Category Encryption

‘Very High Level Of Confidence’ Russia Used Kaspersky Software For Devastating NSA Leaks

‘Very high level of confidence’ Russia used Kaspersky software for devastating NSA leaks By Michael B. Kelley, finance.yahoo.com View Original January 13th, 2018 Three months after U.S. officials asserted that Russian intelligence used popular antivirus company Kaspersky to steal U.S. classified information, there are indications that the alleged espionage is related to a public campaign of highly […]

How The Pentagon Should Deter Cyber Attacks

How the Pentagon Should Deter Cyber Attacks Christopher Paul and Rand Waltzman thestrategybridge.org · by Strategy Bridge · January 10, 2018 The most important lesson from Russia’s involvement in the 2016 presidential election may be this: foreign hackers and propagandists are not afraid to launch attacks against the United States in and through cyberspace that they would not […]

What’s In Store For The Cyber Threat Landscape In 2018 — Be Afraid…..Be Very Afraid;  What Are The Potential Sick & Twisted, Dangerous Cyber Attacks We Might See In 2018

What’s In Store For The Cyber Threat Landscape In 2018 — Be Afraid…..Be Very Afraid;  What Are The Potential Sick & Twisted, Dangerous Cyber Attacks We Might See In 2018 www.fortunascorner.com      Is 2018 the year that America suffers the devastating cyber attack that many experts have been warning about for the past decade?  […]

How World War III Could Start: Cut The ‘Cable”

Excerpts: “In the most severe scenario of an all-out attack upon undersea cable infrastructure by a hostile actor the impact of connectivity loss is potentially catastrophic, but even relatively limited sabotage has the potential to cause significant economic disruption and damage,” a former commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, retired US Navy Admiral James […]

Cyber Guru Bruce Schneier Looking For Some Ideas For A Subtitle For His New Book To Be Released September, 2018: “Click Here To Kill Everybody: The Peril And Promise Of A Hyper-Connected Planet”

Cyber Guru Bruce Schneier Looking For Some Ideas For A Subtitle For His New Book To Be Released September, 2018: “Click Here To Kill Everybody: The Peril And Promise Of A Hyper-Connected Planet”   www.fortunascorner.com       Cyber security guru, blogger, and author, Bruce Schneier, is looking for a little help from the rest […]

‘Unhackable’ Internet Breakthrough As Scientists Develop New Quantum Teleportation Tests To Prevent ‘Eavesdropping’

‘Unhackable’ Internet Breakthrough As Scientists Develop New Quantum Teleportation Tests To Prevent ‘Eavesdropping’   www.fortunascorner.com      Cheyenne Macdonald posted an article on the January 5, 201 edition of the website, the Daily Mail, with the title above.  She writes that “a new breakthrough in testing Einstein’s ‘spooky action at a distance,’ could soon pave the way for […]

You Can Be Easily Tracked — Even Without The Use Of GPS 

You Can Be Easily Tracked — Even Without The Use Of GPS    www.fortunascorner.com        Cyber security guru Bruce Schneier posted a December 15, 2017 article with the title above on his blog, www.schneier.com, about how you can be tracked without those tracking you — having to use of a global positioning system (GPS) […]

The Great AI Paradox

The Great AI Paradox By Brian Bergstein, www.technologyreview.com View Original December 15th, 2017 You’ve probably heard versions of each of the following ideas. 1. With computers becoming remarkably adept at driving, understanding speech, and other tasks, more jobs could soon be automated than society is prepared to handle. 2. Improvements in computers’ skills will stack up until machines […]

Tomorrow’s Net Neutrality Vote: Spooks Are Watching It Too

Tomorrow’s Net Neutrality Vote: Spooks Are Watching It Too thecipherbrief.com · by | Levi Maxey · December 13, 2017 Consumer access to the marketplace of ideas, goods and services isn’t the only underpinning of American society to be affected tomorrow, when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) votes on whether to lift restrictions that require internet service providers to […]

When Terrorists Learn How To Hack

When Terrorists Learn How to Hack thecipherbrief.com · by | Levi Maxey · December 3, 2017 Terrorist groups are expanding their use of the internet beyond mere messaging and disseminating operational know-how, slowly adding a cyber-hacking toolset that could one day rival that of criminal or state-sponsored hacking. To date attacks have included website defacement, doxing of personally identifiable […]