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Command and Control Requirements for Moving-Target Defense

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7 Author(s)
Marco Carvalho ; Institute for Human and Machine Cognition ; Jeffrey M. Bradshaw ; Larry Bunch ; Tom Eskridge
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The macrocognitive workplace is constantly changing, and a work system can never match its environment completely; there are always gaps in fitness because the work is itself a moving target. This article looks at a domain where the workplace is a moving target in three ways: cyberdefense. New technology and work methods are continually being introduced, domain constraints are not constant; the work itself is changing in terms of its new goals and requirements, and anything can be surprising. The article presents a possible sensemaking strategy and implications for the design of intelligent systems founded on human-machine interdependence, semantically rich policy governance, and having the goal of achieving resilience in the cognitive work.

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IEEE Intelligent Systems  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 3 )