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Adversary

The other side in litigation. For example, in a lawsuit, the plaintiff and the defendant are adversaries with respect to each other.
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If an adversary has infiltrated the server, however, he or she can see which users are accessing which memory addresses.
ORKOS utilizes a comprehensive approach to analyze data, while generating an interactive attack graph that shows how an adversary could move through the network.
Since the adversary may be a terrorist, a thief, or a deviant, we won't know where they are coming from or what their overall intensions are.
The first of five Tommy and Tuppence thrillers, The Secret Adversary follows the daring and dizzying adventures of the duo through 1920s London.
We need intelligence and automation that empowers security professionals to take action against the adversary and gets the right intelligence to the right people at the right time.
Of course, the United States has long assumed that its power-projection strategy and enabling capabilities would deter many adversary actions that ran contrary to US interests.
For example, in contrast to the Supreme Court's portrayal of the accountant as an impartial arbiter whose ultimate duty runs to the public, the court in Deloitte LLP (which involved the IRS's attempt to obtain documents that had been prepared for Dow Chemical that related to ongoing tax litigation) emphatically rejected the IRS's argument that an auditor and its client are adversaries, stating that "as an independent auditor, Deloitte cannot be Dow's adversary.
Battlespace Awareness: A naval intelligence community able to leverage the full range of Navy intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) assets, as well as the power of the national intelligence community (IC), to: deliver persistent surveillance and in-depth knowledge of both the maritime and information battlespace; deeply penetrate adversary systems to discern their capabilities; understand when, where and how adversaries operate; and convey that intelligence to operating forces in timely, relevant and predictive fashion.
12) Force-level maneuvers might also be ordered in response to long-range detection of adversary reconnaissance assets or seemingly neutral shipping or aircraft, changes in the adversary's satellite dispositions, or emergent tactical intelligence.
By conducting IO coordinated with public affairs, the JFC can effectively communicate to the variety of intended audiences and affect adversary decisionmaking to maximize effects in the information environment.
Keith Alexander said that the US maintains a 'deep, persistent and pervasive presence on adversary computer networks'.