PRC PLA Navy Targeting Undersea Communications Cables?

PRC PLA Navy Targeting Undersea Communications Cables?

Opinion piece of merit, via James Stavridis, ADM USN (RET) and former Supreme Commander of NATO; in which, the good Admiral details behaviors, focus and actions of the PRC's People's Liberation Army ...
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Requiescat In Pacem: Fleming Begaye, Sr., US Marine, Navajo Code Talker

Image Courtesy of Native News Online Fleming Begaye Sr., World War II United States Marine Navajo Code Talker has died on the Navajo Nation Reservation at Chinle, Arizona. There are now seven ...
Huawei Takes US to Court over Ban, Cyberespionage Accusations

Huawei Takes US to Court over Ban, Cyberespionage Accusations

Chinese telecom company Huawei didn’t take lightly the ban on its equipment and services enforced by US officials as part of Donald Trump’s National Defense Authorization Act, which also prohibits government agencies ...
U.S. Senators Concerned by Government Employees’ Use of Foreign VPNs

U.S. Senators Concerned by Government Employees’ Use of Foreign VPNs

Two U.S. Senators expressed their concern that federal government employees could be undermining the United States’ national security by using VPNs made by foreign companies. In a letter dated 7 February 2019, ...
BMDS, The Failed Audit

BMDS, The Failed Audit

via Lawrence Abrams, writing at his web property Bleeping Computer, comes superlative reportage, targeting flaws in the United States Ballistic Missle Defense establishment and Infrastructure. The news source? None other than the ...
DefenseOne's 'Why Haven't Terrorists Hit the US with a Devastating Cyber Attack?'

DefenseOne’s ‘Why Haven’t Terrorists Hit the US with a Devastating Cyber Attack?’

Sounds like a triple-reverse-Stockholm-syndrome-interrogatory, plus a rare reference by Michael Hayden: Note his '“These folks are not cyberdumb.” comment. All via Kathy Gilsinan, an Associate Editor at The Atlantic asking 'Why Haven't ...
SE Labs introducing cyber security to schools

SE Labs introducing cyber security to schools

It's widely acknowledged that the cyber security workforce needs more talented young people to engage. Just as we, at SE Labs, want to help fix information technology security by testing products and ...

Georgia Governor Vetoes Cybersecurity Bill S.B. 315

Tripwire had serious concerns with a cybersecurity bill that was passed by the Georgia legislature in early April. It was Tripwire’s concern that the bill would actually increase cybersecurity risks by criminalizing ...
DOD, The Banning

DOD, The Banning

DOD Bans On-Base Sale Huawei, ZTE Mobile Devices via Graham Cluley, writing at GrahamCluley.com, comes this interesting story, originaly via Stu Woo and Gordon Lubold, both at The Wall Street Journal, in ...
Outsourcing Cybersecurity to Foreign-Based Firms

The Danger in Outsourcing Cybersecurity to Foreign-Based Firms

Sending cybersecurity work offshore isn’t just a bad idea for individual organizations; it can be a security issue. Facing a severe shortage of qualified cybersecurity workers—the InfoSec unemployment rate is expected to ...
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