Deceive spectrum activity at its finest. It doesn’t have to be all political, after all. So China makes dubious legal claims, convinces people that they are real by creating media illusion, and creating political discontent. This is not new, but apparently the west never gave it any great strategic thought… Bet we haven’t given any […]
Ok, so where to begin? Look we all know that hacking is serious now. Control systems hacks are the in thing at the moment, and what is cooler than hacking a 2000 pound mountain of steel and plastic that can barrel down the road at 100 miles per hour? They did it in SnowCrash, and […]
…then only outlaws will have guns. Or so goes the old saying. The Senate Armed Services Committee wants to get control of those pesky cyber weapons that are available for purchase by just about anyone by establishing an arms control regime along the lines of what’s done for missiles, tanks, and fighter jets. via The […]
Security Manager’s Journal: Did DLP tool prevent an assault? – Computerworld. The article discusses how a company practically uses DLP solutions to reduce the risk associated with traditional computer crimes. The interesting item here is the statement that likens the company’s limitation on privacy to the plain view doctrine in law enforcement.
Caught a little of All Things Considered on NPR last night while I was driving and almost had to pull over immediately when I heard Tom Gjelten and Mellissa Block‘s piece titled “Iranian Government May Be Behind Recent Cyber Attacks“. It’s very hard to defend against this type of attacks. There are some cyber-security firms […]