At a time where the West is, generally speaking, not at the top of its game economically, I can see why defence contractors, like anyone else, are anxious to save money, but outsourcing critical systems purely for economic advantage in the hope of submitting the lowest tender is a risky strategy.
Greetings, my faithful fans. Did you miss me? I've just had a restful week hiding from the Internet in a remote cottage in Devon, which is why I've been uncharacteristically quiet. Before that, though, I had an interesting and useful week in London mostly centred round the Infosec Europe expo, where apart from wall-to-wall meetings
I thought I’d blogged myself to a standstill over the weekend, but it seems there’s plenty of life left in the Tibet/China story, even if it’s only the East and the West exchanging accusations. A China Daily headline claims that "Analysts dismiss ‘cyber spy’ claims", though in fact the quotes in the article talk about exaggeration