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The observations from Exercise Hamel 16 highlight the lack of security planning and awareness that comes from the absence of command prioritisation and formal articulation of what information is to be protected.

If used appropriately, social media and open source content can also provide an excellent opportunity to develop tactical situational awareness in support of military planning and decision making.

There is still some way to go in examining the opportunities and challenges of social media in these areas. Cleverly employed, and maintaining operational security constraints, it provides timely insights into the daily workings of military organisations or a broad distribution of key initiatives.

Fusion with other intelligence sources can present friendly commanders with a near real-time understanding of atmospherics and critical warnings and indicators for adversarial force actions and intent.

As the following section of the paper describes, there are perils in the employment of social media which members of the military — and military institutions — must appreciate. The story of social media is one of opportunity and threat for members of the military. These rules can provide the balance of safe use by our people, while allowing them to use social media for personal and professional applications.

But the Australian Defence Force does have an obligation to ensure its members use social media responsibly and safely. But is also presents potential threats to our people, units and operations that can materialise without clever, informed use of the various social media available.

Finally, it creates conditions that allow a malicious actor to generate actionable intelligence from aggregating and correlating multiple sources of information. Social media provides an additional layer of understanding for military families, and enhances their capacity to visualise the challenges and achievements of their relatives.

Considering what is uploaded, whether it is an image or information, and who may access it. Persisting only with older forms of communication, without embracing new and relevant means, is like refusing to use telephones a century ago.

Margaret Wheatley, Leadership and the New Science Introduction Social media has revolutionised global communication and professional discourse. That has been the primary aim of this paper; to highlight the benefits and risks of social media and then provide a reasonable middle path.

They have largely embraced the various forms of social media available to them, and they use it to communicate at home, on courses, in the field and on operations. Finally, social media holds potential to be used as an integral part in new digital age education, training and doctrine systems. During Exercise Hamel in Junepersonal or sensitive information was identified on social media for Australian Defence Force members.

But is also presents potential threats to our people, units and operations that can materialise without clever, informed use of the various social media available. Information that would have previously taken traditional intelligence sources days or weeks to confirm can now be collated and analysed almost immediately.

In isolation, the security effect of each individual observation was minor. Awareness of geo-data attached to uploaded content. The observations from Exercise Hamel 16 highlight the lack of security planning and awareness that comes from the absence of command prioritisation and formal articulation of what information is to be protected.

Fusion with other intelligence sources can present friendly commanders with a near real-time understanding of atmospherics and critical warnings and indicators for adversarial force actions and intent. While social media has many clear benefits in sharing information regarding the raising, training and sustaining of military forces, much of that information is also relevant to operations.

But it is also clear that employment of social media for collecting information also has great utility. In the Australian context, the Army Facebook page has a following nearly ten times the size of the regular Army.

That has been the primary aim of this paper; to highlight the benefits and risks of social media and then provide a reasonable middle path. Locations that are visited and geo-tagged online can lead to physical interception of sensitive items, such as mobile phones, that can subsequently be used to attack banking, email, and social media accounts.

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