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  • Nework essentials (part 1)
    Network essentials (part 1)
    A network is a set of devices, known as nodes, these nodes can be a printer, a computer, or other devices capable of sending or receiving data generated by other nodes on a the network. Most networks use distributed processing. Distributed...
  • System Security
    System Vulnerabilities That Hackers Can Easily Exploit
    Businesses are subject to a large number of threats, so many in fact that sometimes it is impossible to manage all of them. This is the fact that hackers prey on – they find the vulnerabilities in a business and use that to their advantage....
  • "On the case with Paula Zahn" S03E13ID
    INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY Hollywood actress goes missing 'Dark side of a Dream'
    "On the Case with Paula Zahn" can be seen on the "Investigation Discovery (ID) channel. Check your local listings for times. The episode called, "Dark Side of a Dream" aired on Feb. 13, 2011. This was the 13th episode of...
  • Document, secret recordings exposes Obama-Muslim Brotherhood ties
    Document, secret recordings exposes Obama-Muslim Brotherhood ties
    Ever since Obama was elected as president in November 2008, many have questioned his stance and relationship ties to the radical Muslim Brotherhood, and now, Garth Kant of WND has reported on Sunday of a secret presidential directive of backing so...
  • Modern International Legal Theory vs 18th Century Military Philosophy
    Carl von Clausewitz Theory of Conflict vs Modern International Security Law
    Clausewitz defines war as “…an act of force to compel our enemy to do our will”, specifically defining force as physical force (Clausewitz Chp 1 pg 14). “A struggle or competition between opposing forces or for a...
  • On alert after Garland
    No credible threat today, thank you
    CNN flashed a headline this afternoon to the effect that the FBI has issued an ISIS threat to military installations but, never mind, it isn’t credible. It reminds us of the stoplight alert system initiated by DHS Secretary Tom Ridge. &ldquo...
  • Amtrak crash
    Piling on the Amtrak wreck
    Improvement comes from learning from disasters, and continuing vigilance and attention.The Amtrak wreck last night in Philadelphia that killed six persons and injured hundreds more was a mass casualty event that was much worse than the DC Metro...
  • DC Metro is down
    Who needs ISIS when you have DC Metro?
    DC Metro lines (orange, blue and silver lines) were down this morning during prime commuter time creating havoc and enormous backups for ground transportation. The cause for the shutdown was smoke in the tube that was apparently caused by a faulty...
  • White House
    White House beefing up security, adding sharp points to fence
    The U.S. Secret Service announced on Thursday that the White House is beefing up its security by adding sharp metal points to the black iron fence surrounding the mansion. This is one part of the series of upgrades that are planned for the White...
  • Secretary of Defense discloses Russian hack of Pentagon network
    Secretary of Defense discloses Russian hack of Pentagon network
    US Secretary of Defense Secretary Ashton Carter disclosed that Russian hackers breached one of the Defense Department’s unclassified computer networks earlier this year.The remarks were made by Secretary Carter during a speech on technology...
  • Eyes of the hacker
    Cybersecurity bill fuels debate of better security versus big brother
    The Protecting Cyber Networks Act was passed this week in the US House by a 307-116 vote. The bill had support from both political parties as a majority of Democrats as well as Republicans voted in favor of the bill.The official US House of...
  • Digital Security Lock
    Protect yourself and your information with a VPN
    We've already talked about data protection and security at the enterprise level, but what about for the typical Internet user? What's out there to protect them? There are multiple options available for small businesses meant to protect...
  • UnitedAirlinesSFO
    United Airlines kicks security researcher off flight over questionable tweets
    On Saturday, April 18, United Airlines showed that they take flight security very seriously. So seriously, it appears, that the company prevented a prominent security researcher from boarding his flight from Denver to San Francisco over a tweet...
  • People running from blast
    States illegally issue IDs that look like driver’s licenses to illegals
    Remember Sept. 11, 2001? That was the date when 19 radical Islamists hijacked jetliners full of fuel and passengers and flew them into the twin towers of the World Trade Center, among other targets.The question of whether you remember 9/11 should...
  • Former Facebook security chief plans to make Uber safer, more sound company
    Former Facebook security chief plans to make Uber safer, more sound company
    Today, the app-based cab service, Uber, hired its first-ever head of security, Joe Sullivan. As Facebook’s former chief security officer, Sullivan was brought on by Uber to fix various safety issues within the company. He will also have to...
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