Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System


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Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System

The sensitive, compartmented information portion of the Defense Information Systems Network. It incorporates advanced networking technologies that permit point-to-point or multipoint information exchange involving voice, text, graphics, data, and video teleconferencing. Also called JWICS.
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Forces, Korea/ Combined Forces Command), component commands and national intelligence systems and agencies." Each of the user workstations will have the flexibility to communicate via the Defense Switched Network and voice over internet protocol phone and will have access to the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System, SIPRNET, the ROK (Republic of Korea)/US SIPRNET, the tactical web and NIPRNET.
The state-of-the art, pristine environment houses links for SIPRNET and NIPRNET; the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) and other datalinks for intelligence; the Tomahawk missile system; Global Positioning System; CNN feeds; multilevel chat; imagery networks; voice nets; warfare collaboration tools; and much more.
Each analyst in the CIIAC has access to four networks: Nonclassified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET), Secure Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET), Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS), and the INSCOM IDC Network.
CIMS allows MNF-I personnel to tap into NIPRNET (Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router Network), SIPRNET (Secret Internet Protocol Router Network), CENTRIXS (the Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System), voice, VTC (video teleconferencing) and JWICS (the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System).
We have some challenges to overcome with multi-level security, joint information domain exchange and the ability to move data from NIPRNET to SIPRNET to JWICS (Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System).
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