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25 years ago, a failed coup in Moscow killed a superpower. Now it's back

Who is the biggest wild card in the extraordinary US presidential election? Is it the renegade¬†Republican nominee, Donald Trump? His bombastic new campaign chief… 655 more words

The Cyber War is Here. How will it be Won?

As a researcher into the New Technologies, it pays to consider the lessons and experiences that history shows us. I constantly wonder what new approaches, techniques and ideas are going to give the cyber bad actor protagonists ‘an edge’ in the Cyber War. 665 more words

Jeremy Samide

Is Moscow the New World Leader? Many Americans Believe So

The American people were shocked when they learned that Russia had hacked the DNC e-mail system and exposed efforts by some leaders of the Democratic Party to ensure a Hillary Clinton nomination. 468 more words

A new definition of DDOS

Apparently 2 million Australians trying to use the one ABS website because they’re convinced the government will fine them if they don’t is the freshly minted definition of “Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS)” attack. 52 more words

Why Cyber Security Fails

by Stephen Bryen

 

The Maginot Line approach to Cyber Security is a self-fulfilling prophecy of disaster.

Today there is a huge cyber security industry organized to try and stop cyber intrusions, information theft, and crippling attacks on the critical infrastructure including our defense systems.   1,329 more words

Technology And Security

The First Weapon Against Lone Terrorists: Big Data Analytics

by Yaakov Lappin
Special to IPT News
August 5, 2016

European security and intelligence agencies are scrambling to regroup and reorganize following a steady, growing flow of jihadist atrocities. 874 more words

Counter Jihad Report