28 May 2013

The Cyber Moscow Rules

Lessons learned from US agents who operate in enemy territory have been captured for years and transformed into a code of conduct popularly known as “Moscow Rules.” Those old rules existed for a reason. Real-world experience proved their effectiveness when agents had to operate in the presence of adversaries. Since

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29 Jun 2012

US Government Agency Insider Threat Planning

Federal Cyber Security professionals have long considered the “insider threat” as the most insidious, hardest to protect against threat vector. This has always been the toughest form of threat, even before computers were created. Now that every employee in the entire organization must have access to IT the cyber version

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28 Mar 2012

U.S. Outgunned in Hacker War

“The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s top cyber cop offered a grim appraisal of the nation’s efforts to keep computer hackers from plundering corporate data networks: “We’re not winning,” he said. “ (Source: U.S. Outgunned in Hacker War – WSJ.com.)

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