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The Importance of Scooby-Doo to the Provision of Security in the Cyber Environment

In the first week of July I was fortunate enough to attend the annual Cyber Conference at Chatham House, writes Gavin Hall. Two significant trends became apparent, which enable the exploration of a long muted metaphor, of mine, for cyber-security: at the end of every episode of Scooby-Doo the ‘monster’ is unmasked and a human is revealed to be behind the incident. 1,106 more words

Testimonial: Digimon Tale: Cyber Sleuth (PS4).

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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is probably the very best Digimon video game that’s ever been localised below in the West. Although it holds true that the commercial property has actually never ever established the bar especially high with its qualified titles, strip away… 6 more words


Now have I patched my wet ware?

No this blog is not about diving or any other type of sports where one might get wet.  Wet Ware is a rather unattractive name some security professionals give to the user of a computer system.   625 more words


How Far Is Too Far: Cyber Vigilantes

“We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.”

These are the words commonly associated with the online “hacktivist” and activist group Anonymous, which Time magazine has stated are one of the 100 most influential “people” in the world in 2012. 544 more words


White House: The Internet May Be a Strategic Liability to the West

The United States invented the Internet, Silicon Valley firms dominate the tech industry, and much of the web’s key infrastructure resides within American borders. But now the White House believes cyberspace may have become an Achilles’ heel for the United States. 496 more words

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School hit by ransomware

A school in Missouri, US has been hit by ransomware and all operations, including lunch distribution, has been impacted. This is because ransomware, as the name implies, holds files, systems and networks to ransom by encrypting them and preventing the owner/operators access to them until a ransom is paid.   133 more words

Decoding Millennial Trends

The Millennials are a generation of people (age 19-25 in 2016) who have at their disposal all they need to make their dreams a reality, and do so at an unprecedented rate. 997 more words

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