The way to reduce the chance that someone can crack your computer code is to write better code, and test it faster than the spooks can.
If the scenario you need to make your theory work in cyberspace is indistinguishable from a James Bond script, you can’t be taken seriously.
That airline security is largely theater is a given. As has been covered by others, precluding cockpit access by anyone but pilots is the safest and sanest security move post-9/11. The rest of the processes are not ill-intended, just ill-conceived.…
The tragedy here is not that we were undone by a shit-bird GI who didn’t have his head screwed on straight, it’s that we will ignore what he is teaching us.
A lot of people fall victim to a number of problems, fallacies and mental traps when they attempt to draw conclusions from data
Ever heard of the steam roller called Internet of Things? Something you should all be aware of: it’s riding on the Internet.
Lesson number one when it comes to trying to assess the motivation of hackers: try not to hurt yourself.
You can still live your life without using TCP/IP or HTTP, you just don’t want to.