“Information Warfare” is probably a term that you have heard before – it refers to the engagement of military and clandestine intelligence agencies in manipulating the ‘datasphere’. 1,068 more words
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So China has at last admitted, albeit obliquely, that it sponsors offensive hacker units—martial cyber corps, if you will. It’s an unprecedented confession for the state, whose persistent denials have been met for years with the diplomatic equivalent of, “Yeah, right.” 1,510 more words
Hackers are winning the cyberwar and businesses are all too often simply hoping for the best, according to many security experts.
“Assume you’ve been hacked. There are people that have been and know it and people who think they haven’t, but have.”
Image Credit: A still from a CSE presentation obtained by CBC News
Top secret documents from Edward Snowden’s cache have revealed Canada’s ambition to become a big player in the world of electronic spying. 348 more words
When I was a younger version of myself, and when the Internet was an even younger version of itself, I used to fantasize about being able to share in real time what it was that I was experiencing and not only to boast, but it’s like the same thing “they” say about love: What we subconsciously desire at the root of all of those chemicals and emotions, is for another to witness our existence… to validate it…to make it real in a way because it has been documented by memory. 330 more words