It was the cyberwar we were promised; it was the cyberwar nobody expected… The conflict in Ukraine has validated a number of assumptions cyberspace strategy […]
Category: National Security
No regime that works for bugs, gas, or isotopes is going to work for code.
The Global Ungoverned Area
Looking at the Internet through Westphalian-tinted glasses is not going to make us safer or more secure.
Intelligence Agencies Are Not Here to Defend Your Enterprise
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.
Being All You Can’t Be
Who builds weapons? Who connects the far-flung military commands? Where does all the nation’s technical expertise reside?
Five “cablegate” lessons that won’t be learned
So-called “cablegate” and all related fall-out from the PFC Manning debacle have advocates on both sides of the security vs sharing debate up in arms, […]
There is No Digital Pearl Harbor in our Future
Another reason why you can’t take most cyber security commentary seriously.