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 Stephen Cambone

Stephen Cambone

Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence
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Former U.S. Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Stephen Cambone, who serves as head of the Texas A&M University System's cybersecurity initiatives, said in a statement the work being done by the center and other A&M faculty working in the cybersecurity field is meeting the growing demand for ...
Second, the Bush administration redoubled efforts to pin the blame on Saddam Hussein, Washington's latest villain du jour. Need “best info fast,” Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld ordered while the towers were still burning, according to notes taken by his aide Stephen Cambone. “…Judge whether ...

Jimmy Tobias at The Nation writes—These Cities Might Just Save the Country: Dispatches from the Urban Resistance, from Atlantic City to Miami Beach: On the second weekend of June, hundreds of activists, NGO workers, mayors, city councilmembers, academics and others from Spain and around the ...
The latest NSA designation follows A&M's announcement last month that Stephen Cambone -- who previously served as the first U.S. undersecretary of defense for intelligence under President George W. Bush -- was hired to lead the Texas A&M University System's new cybersecurity initiative as associate ...
Texas A&M University professor of practice in the College of Engineering Stephen Cambone will head the A&M System's new cybersecurity initiative. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. The Texas A&M University System is looking to position itself as a leader in the field of cybersecurity amid global ...

JS: Well, and just to provide people the historical context for that, you had Stephen Cambone, who was one of Rumsfeld's top deputies, who ran what they call the Office of Special Plans. And Cambone and other minions or representatives of Rumsfeld were doing what's called stovepiping. They were taking ...
With the war on terror intensifying, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld charged Boykin and his superior, Stephen Cambone, with the task of increasing the department's ability to conduct intelligence operations independent from the CIA. Cambone and Boykin concluded that the Pentagon had ceded too ...

In an interview with Government Executive, report author Stephen Cambone, who was undersecretary of Defense for intelligence under George W. Bush administration Pentagon chief Donald Rumsfeld, said as the United States “pivots to Asia from the Middle East and changes sources, the places where ...
Stephen Cambone, who served as the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence from 2003 until 2007, surprised the audience at the Aspen Security Forum this weekend when he hailed the Iraq war as an unalloyed triumph that paved the way for the rebellions now sweeping the Middle East. "It will be one ...
And he didn't get along with Don Rumsfeld and Stephen Cambone. Now ... how does this account for the public opposition from members of the congressional intelligence committees? The allegation here is that Clapper has been less than forthcoming with Congress in private briefings. This may or may ...
Stephen Cambone, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's right-hand man, was for the first time caught in the glare of media attention as part of the congressional inquiry into Iraq prison abuses. Under sharp questioning by a few senators on May 11, 2004, Cambone vigorously defended both Rumsfeld ...


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