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Dmitri and the Wallet

How big is your wallet?  Look at the objects on this tabletop.  I bet your wallet is not as big as Dmitri’s is.  I don’t really know his name.   211 more words

Novel

laws for the U.S. and two other key nations

Create a 1-page 4 row by 3 column table in Microsoft® Word that depicts laws for the U.S. and two other key nations in the strategic, tactical, and operational areas of cybersecurity. 218 more words

Academic Writing

One-fourth of Trump's Cyber Security Council Resign Claiming He is AWOL on Cyber Threats, Threatening Homeland Security

The National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) advises the Department of Homeland Security on cyber security and infrastructure protection.  The NIAC has recently warned that dramatic steps were required to prevent a possible “9/11-level cyber attacks”. 541 more words

Cyber (Data) Security

NotPetya, Trump and a Cyber Katrina

NotPetya, Trump and a Cyber Katrina

The Dangers of a President Who is AWOL on Cyber Attacks

In May the WannaCry ransomware attack hit approximately 400,000 computers in 150 countries. 823 more words

Spying or Cyber War? How to Tell the Difference

The idea of a hostile country hijacking computers deep inside the United States sounds frightening. But is it really so different from what countries—including the U.S.—have always done in the name of espionage? 417 more words

Tech

#Cyberwar #Cloud #Migration

This week the Washington Post published a bombshell story on the recent attacks on the US election infrastructure ironically under their motto “Democracy dies in darkness.” 315 more words

Putin claims Russia proposed a cyber war treaty in 2015 but the Obama administration ignored them

Much of the legal turmoil that has swept through Washington in recent months can be traced back to one major thing: Russia’s alleged hacking of the 2016 presidential election in US president Donald Trump’s favor. 529 more words