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Cyber Warfare Is Coming To America: What Can We Expect?

Cyber-attacks could potentially cripple America for good!

President Obama signed an executive order back in June of 2011 that lay out the rules of cyber warfare against our enemies with attacks on their grid system and their defense system as possible targets. 810 more words

National Security

Electronic Titling of Lands in the Philippines: The Voluntary Titling Standardization Program (VTSP) of the Land Registration Authority

On July 9, 2014, Dr. Atty. Noel G. Ramiscal was given a great opportunity to lecture before the Land Registration Authority (LRA) Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) seminar series held in conjunction with the University of the Philippines Institute of Administration of Justice (UP IAJ). 1,098 more words

More NSA Stupidity

Germany tells top U.S. spy official to leave the country

By Ben Brumfield, CNN
updated 6:03 PM EDT, Fri July 11, 2014

(CNN) — Germany’s government has asked America’s top spy chief stationed in the country to leave. 856 more words

Politics

The Geography of Cyber Warfare

More than 40% of the world’s populace now have internet connections, with the number of users slated to reach three billion by the end of this year. 669 more words

Blog

NATO moves to apply armed conflict law to cyber warfare

(By Deutsche Welle) The NATO alliance is pushing for a more robust cyber defense strategy ahead of its September summit in Wales. The allies are likely to express their support for applying the law of armed conflict to cyber warfare. 800 more words

United States

Energy companies hit by cyber attack from Russia-linked group

The industrial control systems of hundreds of European and US energy companies have been infected by a sophisticated cyber weapon operated by a state-backed group with apparent ties to Russia, according to a leading US online security group. 430 more words

Technology