Journal: Cyber-Security Etc. & Multinational Engagement

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As attacks increase, U.S. struggles to recruit computer security experts

Hackers break Amazon’s Kindle DRM–The great ebook ‘unswindle’

Peace, Justice and the Lord’s Resistance Army

Weapons-carrying plane headed for Sri Lanka

Phi Beta Iota: It has finally come to pass.  Cyber-security–like the Black Plague before it–and of course the ten high-level threats to humanity so ably identified by the High Level Panel on Threats, Challenges, and Change–is a modern demonstration of three irrefutable facts of life:

1.  The US does not know what it needs to know and is incapable of fielding a cyber-security cadre.

2.  Multinational Engagement is the ONLY possible, reasonable, affordable solution for what ails the Whole Earth.

3.  The 21st Century is the Century of unfathomable complexity, when our blissful ignorance of that complexity is just sufficiently lifted so that we realize that we are NOT an adaptive complex society; that our Industrial Era top down command and control based on secrets and unilateral uninformed and often corrupt decision-making is pathologically inept, and that new means, ways, and ends must be found.

Multinational Engagement is NOT about false promises, lip service, tokenism, or blustering treaties and theatrical agreements.  It is about deep open collaboration in eradicating every threat by harmonizing planning, programming, budgeting, and behavior (PPBB) across all twelve policies, so as to enable the eight demographic powers to create a prosperous world at peace despite over 400 years of Western imperialism and coddling of “friendly” dictators.

On background (DVD), as we write this, Gandhi has just been sentenced to jail for non-cooperation with the British government occupying India and now non-violent multi-faith–Hindu and Muslim– citizens of India are marching five by five in an endless number, exhausting the paucity of stick-wielding Vichy Indians.

Journal: Cyber-Security or Cyber-Scam? Plus Short List of Links to Reviews and Books on Hacking 101

Reference: Are Hackers Pioneers with the Right Stuff or Criminal Pathological Scum? Mitch Kabay Reprises

Additional References:


Search: Multinational Engagement (Intelligence)

Definitions: M4IS2 (Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing & Sense-Making

Review: A More Secure World–Our Shared Responsibility–Report of the Secretary-General’s High-level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change

Search: United Nations Intelligence Training

Search: Strategic Analytic Model

Reference: World Brain Institute & Global Game

Search: InfoOps (Information Operations (IO))

Search: The Future of OSINT [is M4IS2-Multinational]

Reference: Department of State Language Gaps

Journal: Director of National Intelligence Alleges….

Reference: National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of America

Review: Promoting Peace with Information–Transparency as a Tool of Security Regimes

Review: Organizational Intelligence (Knowledge and Policy in Government and Industry)

1988-2009 OSINT-M4IS2 TECHINT Chronology

Robert Steele

See Review DVD: Gandhi (1982) as well as Review DVD: Bonhoeffer (2003) and Review DVD: The U.S. vs. John Lennon and also Review DVD: Peaceful Warrior.  Throw in Review DVD: Tibet – Cry of the Snow Lion (2003); Review DVD: The Snow Walker (2003); Review DVD: The Theory of Everything; Review DVD: Joyeux Noel (Widescreen) and you begin to get the idea.  Life as we have known it is OVER.  It’s long past due time we got serious about Multinational Engagement across every discipline and every domain–the Swedes and Earth Intelligence Network call this M4IS2: Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain Information-Sharing and Sense-Making.

Review: The Crisis of Western Culture

Review: National Suicide: How Washington Is Destroying the American Dream from A to Z

Review: Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle

Journal: Obliviousness–and Lies–Kill Own’s Own

Review: The Next Catastrophe–Reducing Our Vulnerabilities to Natural, Industrial, and Terrorist Disasters

Review: Acts of God–The Unnatural History of Natural Disaster in America

Review: Evolutionary Activism by Tom Atlee

Review: Nonzero–The Logic of Human Destiny

Search: Future of Humanity on Earth

Review: Holistic Darwinism: Synergy, Cybernetics, and the Bioeconomics of Evolution

Review: Panarchy–Understanding Transformations in Human and Natural Systems

Review: Resilience Thinking–Sustaining Ecosystems and People in a Changing World

Review: The Upside of Down–Catastrophe, Creativity, and the Renewal of Civilization

Review: Creating a World Without Poverty–Social Business and the Future of Capitalism

Review: The Bottom Billion–Why the Poorest Countries are Failing and What Can Be Done About It

Review: Out of Poverty: What Works When Traditional Approaches Fail

Review: How to Change the World–Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas, Updated Edition

Review: Plan B 3.0–Mobilizing to Save Civilization, Third Edition

Review: Anthropological Intelligence–The Deployment and Neglect of American Anthropology in the Second World War

Use Review categories to explore.  A smaller collection of 500 books can be explored using 2008 Chapter: Annotated Bibliography on Reality.