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Richard A. Clarke, Interviewed

Image Attribution - Photographer: Aude - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 FastCompany contributing editor Alex Pasternack has written-up a superb interview piece with the highly respected Richard A. Clarke, detailing his warnings ...
PCE - Premature Cyber Escalation

PCE – Premature Cyber Escalation

via the inimitable Thaddeus T. Grugq comes this superb analysis of clumsily wielded Force Majeure, or Not, and the Long and Winding Path to War, or Not, nearly all of it set ...
The Legality of Waging War in Cyberspace

The Legality of Waging War in Cyberspace

In cyberwar, there is a fine line between acts of war and espionage On June 14, the New York Times reported that U.S. active cyber agents had demonstrated their ability to penetrate ...
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We Are Now On The Offensive... The Target? The Russian Power Grid

We Are Now On The Offensive… The Target? The Russian Power Grid

via Paul Szoldra writing at Task And Purpose, comes a superlative piece on the United States Cyber Command's cible du jour: The Russian Power Grid. This news, arrives via outstanding reporting of ...
Lawfare: US Cyber Command Questionable Strategy

Lawfare: US Cyber Command Questionable Strategy

via Max Smeets, PhD. a cybersecurity post-doc fellow at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), comes this outstanding (PDF Download) dissection of the issue-ridden US Cyber Command strategic focus ...
Are We in a Cyberwar

Are We in a Cyberwar? Yes, Say Many IT Security Pros

When you’re under attack, you want to fight back and protect yourself and defend everything important to you. It’s why countries go to war. It’s why there are laws such as Stand ...
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Dark Web Two-Step

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Jason Rivera (a Director at CrowdStrike) and Wanda Archy (a Supervisor in RSM's security practice, targeting the Dark Web), writing at Small Wars Journal, in a remarkable tour de force of darkness ...
Alleged Peoples Republic of China Hack Targets 27 Universities, US & Canadian Maritime Military Secrets Ostensibly The Loot

Alleged Peoples Republic of China Hack Targets 27 Universities, US & Canadian Maritime Military Secrets Ostensibly The Loot

Shannon Liao, writing for The Verge, has posted an interesting piece detailing an alleged Peoples Repbublic of China operation targeting United States Department of Defense data relevant to research at those universities ...

Gen. Nakasone on US Cyber Command

Really interesting article by and interview with Paul M. Nakasone (Commander of US Cyber Command, Director of the National Security Agency, and Chief of the Central Security Service) in the current issue ...

Cyberinsurance and Acts of War

I had not heard about this case before. Zurich Insurance has refused to pay Mondelez International's claim of $100 million in damages from NotPetya. It claims it is an act of war ...
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