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From Megatons to Megapings: Cyberwarfare

A bit of news this week dealt with Cyberwarfare. Far from becoming part of the tinfoil hat crowd, cyberwarfare has been growing in real world relevance in the past eighteen months and is the primary impetus for pending legislation. While in the Cold War, detente could be measured in the megatonnage of nuclear weapons, the

Senate Bill 773: What it means for Cyber Security and Cybercrime

Allow me to frame the threat of cybercrime that we all face by quoting from Jeff Debrosse’s 2009 Cybersecurity Review white paper: Cybercriminals are global and often well organized. They are smaller and more maneuverable than most corporations. Some are sheltered by certain G8 economic countries’ policies and laws. Their thefts fuel their home country’s

Conroy’s Folly

For about 18 months now, the Australian government has been planning to spend over A$40 million on a compulsory national Internet filter. This filter seems to have come about as a result of a few very conservative and naive people talking into the ear of Stephen Conroy, the Federal Minister for Broadband, Communications and Digital

H.R.4098 – Secure Federal File Sharing Act & P2P

Yesterday the US House of Representatives approved legislation that would specify and limit open-network P2P usage by government employees and contractors on systems authorized to connected to federal computers and network resources. As with everything in life, there are exceptions. Requests to use open-network P2P applications can be made for the following purposes: necessary for

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