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Missile gap? Hold on, we've been there

“The cold war metaphor does not provide a very good rationale for reasserting traditional forms of nation-state power in the name of cybersecurity”, argued Milton Mueller in his award-winning article… 79 more words

DNI: 2014 Was Deadliest Year for Terror Attacks in 45 Years

Washington Free Beacon, by Bill Gertz, Feb. 27, 2015:

Terrorist attacks and resulting deaths increased sharply last year, according to statistics made public Thursday by the director of national intelligence. 1,203 more words

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The Future of War conference, Day One: Falling behind in drones and robotics

Here are some highlights from the first day of the New America/Arizona State conference on the future of war. You can watch Day 2 here… 217 more words



How the NSA’s Firmware Hacking Works and Why It’s So Unsettling | WIRED.

Guys, I really don’t want to spend all my time reading and writing about security. 97 more words


Anti-Government DDoS Attacks Booming As Costs Drop And Effectiveness Rises

DDoS Attacks Against Governments More Powerful And Popular Than Ever

” When the protesters hit the streets, expect DDoS attacks to hit the Web. 

  Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are being used against government targets more than ever before, according to 

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Credit card giant moves to devalue hacked data

Credit card giant moves to devalue hacked data

Payment card giant Visa will announce Friday at the White House Cybersecurity Summit here a move to make hacked credit card data far less valuable to hackers. 510 more words

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