19 Apr 2019

OODA Releases a Traveling Executive’s Guide to Cybersecurity

This report provides detailed guidance for global executives and their security teams on how to protect their information and technology systems while traveling abroad.

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12 Apr 2019

Criminals are Targeting ATM Machines with Explosives

With ATM hacking and credit card skimming becoming more easily prevented and detected, some criminals are resorting to the use of explosive breaches to target ATM machines.

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29 Mar 2019

DHS & FBI Report that Election Infrastructure in all 50 States Targeted During 2016

The Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have issued a special report acknowledging that the election infrastructure in all 50 states was targeted during the 2016 election.

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10 Mar 2019

OODA Research Report: Artificial Intelligence for Business Advantage

We are pleased to announce the next in the series of OODA Loop special reports on Artificial Intelligence, this one focusing on Artificial Intelligence for Business Advantage. This report is the work of OODA co-founders Matt Devost and Bob Gourley, two executives with years of experience in cybersecurity, enterprise IT,

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28 Feb 2019

The Chinese Threat – An OODA Research Report

This members only special report captures insights into the capabilities and intent of the Chinese government, with a special focus on the cyber domain.

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21 Feb 2019

OODA Network Members get a 10% discount on AI and Machine Learning Training

Cognilytica’s AI & ML Project Management Certification Boot Camp is recognized around the world as one of the best AI & ML Project Management and leadership training course available anywhere. OODA Network Members will get a 10% discount on the training.

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21 Feb 2019

OODA Research Report: When Artificial Intelligence Goes Wrong

OODA Loop is pleased to announce our latest members only series on Artificial Intelligence: OODA Research Report: When Artificial Intelligence Goes Wrong This report dives into what may well be one of the most significant limiting factors of the wide spread application of advanced AI applications in business and governments: the

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15 Feb 2019

India Proposes Chinese-Style Internet Censorship

India’s government has proposed new, sweeping rules that would enable strict government censorship of content. The public comment period on the rules has ended and the government could enact them at any time, worrying opposition candidates and free speech activists ahead of national elections scheduled for the spring. The rules

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15 Feb 2019

Iran indictments show even U.S. intelligence officials are vulnerable to basic hacking schemes

As the story broke about the charges against former U.S. Air Force intelligence specialist who defected to Iran and support targeted hacking against some of her former colleagues, one clear takeaway stood out: even U.S. intelligence officers can fall victim to basic, directed hacking campaigns. The process was simple; the

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15 Feb 2019

Fake News Rattles Nigerian Election Campaign

Tomorrow, Nigeria goes to the polls to elect a new President after a long and messy campaign season plagued by fake news stories. From fabricated endorsements to re-used violent images attached to new false narratives, fake news has spread across different social media platforms and been viewed by millions of

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