Exposing the farcical claims about Russian hacking of the election

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Summary: As the hysteria builds about Russia's "hacking" the presidential election by revealing hidden truths, the factual basis of the story continues to erode. The episode displays the symbiotic farce of American politics and journalism, and their decay. Here's another summary of the story, and the overwhelming rebuttal evidence. “Mr. President, if that’s what you … Continue reading Exposing the farcical claims about Russian hacking of the election

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We’ve attacked yet another nation. How long until somebody hits back?

Summary: We feel big and bold, waging one-sided cyber attacks on other nations.  Without warning. Shredding US and international law, including UN treaties signed and approved by the Senate. We are creating the precedents for this new form of war. Eventually we will become a target, vulnerable because of our extraordinary reliance on high-tech system. Probably … Continue reading We’ve attacked yet another nation. How long until somebody hits back?

U.S. Cyber Command Attacks ISIS. Slow Progress. Few Results.

Summary: Our war with ISIS is almost invisible to Americans. Only lightly reported by the press, visible mostly in the domestic terrorism it inspires. Even less visible is our cyberwar with ISIS. One of the most active fronts of the war, it is a harbinger of future conflicts. Here Emilio Iasiello briefs us on the … Continue reading U.S. Cyber Command Attacks ISIS. Slow Progress. Few Results.

We Must Stop The Race to Attribution After Each Cyberattack

Summary: Cybersecurity expert Emilio Iasiello discusses one of the key issues in cybersecurity -- how do we determine who attacked us? Each attack brings forth rapid declarations by the government that the attacker is one of their favorite foes. Should we believe them? The Race to Attribution Needs to Stop By Emilio Iasiello Posted at … Continue reading We Must Stop The Race to Attribution After Each Cyberattack