This is a triumphant story of comeback in life and business. Robert Carr experienced decades of struggle that took him to the brink of home foreclosure at age fifty. He would later make a fortune in the card payments industry, only to lose almost everything in 2009, after one of the most devastating data breaches ever.
This research paper develops the foundation for a new military operating concept to "fight the net" in support of 8th Air Force requirements and stand-up as the new Cyber Command. It applies the Air Force Concept Development framework to examine cyberspace as a newly designated warfare domain.
Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this unique book reproduces five important military reports and studies dealing with cyberspace attacks and computer network security.
This excellent report has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction. This paper describes options for cyber deterrence to address both asymmetric threats from terrorists and the intimidation associated with nation-state peer competitors in the cyber domain.
Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this unique study analyzes and explores the unique position that NATO operates in and the duty of NATO to protect its alliance members, and member states to protect each other.
Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this study explores new horizons in the theory of strategy. In studying existing theory, it doesn't take long to discover the fact that few theories offer any universal prescriptive utility, and the few that do are at best only slightly useful.
Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this study examines how the U.S. government can follow a path to an effective cyberspace deterrence strategy by examining key periods in its past, countering the contemporary hypothesis that the unique nature of cyberspace alters warfare in such a way that historical approaches to deterrence no longer apply.
Jay Marston works for XOr AntiVirus, fighting malware outbreaks. A new virus starts to infect computers the world over. They defeat it, but it bugs Jay. It was too easy. Something else is going on, something much bigger.
Published: November 21, 2014.
Nonfiction » History » Military
This research paper analyzes the globalization trend and the effect it is having on the ability to conduct asymmetrical attacks against the United States and our Allies worldwide. This research is intended to provide insight into the way that globalization is allowing our potential adversaries to act on a global scale.
There's a crisis in Pea City! The King has run out of snacks for his pet bear, Fluffy. In this easy reader chapter book, you'll experience a fun tale that integrates important lessons on cyber attacks. Parents and teachers will find this story a joy for children to simply read for pleasure or to use as a tool to teach about computing safety and information protection.