Reference: $499 Saves Millions — Stephen E. Arnold CyberOSINT Survey of Next Generation Information Access (NGIA) – Foreword by Robert Steele

An Arnold IT CORE Report for Law Enforcement, Security and Intelligence Professionals and Organizations This monograph has a single goal: Provide a Contracting Officer (CO) or Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative (COTR) — or the end-user engaged in investigatory work, military operations, and intelligence activities — with a collection of technology capability summaries about companies building …

Stephen E. Arnold: China Charts a Course in Cyber Space

China Charts a Course in Cyber Space I am not much a political thinker. But even with the minimal knowledge I possess about world affairs, it seems to me that China has made its cyber technology objective clear. Of course, I am assuming that the information in “When China Rules the Web” is accurate. You …

Stephen E. Arnold: Analyze JFK Files with Logikcull & New Dark Cyber Video

Analyze JFK File with Digital Search Logikcull History buffs, especially those interested in the JFK assassination, may want to check this out—“Research the JFK Files for Free with Logikcull.” Since the National Archives’ release of previously classified documents on the matter, eDiscovery firm Logikcull has uploaded them to their platform. They invite anyone interested to …

Steven H. Arnold: HP Showed Russia Source Code for Pentagon’s Cyberdefense Software

HP Showed Russia Pentagons Cyberdefense Software This is a short honk to point out a startling discovery—EtherealMind.com declares, “Reuters: HP Enterprise Let Russia Scrutinize Cyberdefense System Used by Pentagon.” Citing a recent report from Reuters, writer Greg Ferro pinpoints the problem with companies that make nothing but deals:

Stephen E. Arnold: FBI Out-Sourcing on Cyber Equals Inept Stupidity

The FBI Relied on a Private Firm’s Investigation of the DNC Hack—Which Makes the Agency Harder to Trust …if the evidence that they’ve used to level major accusations at a foreign government comes not from agencies of the U.S. government or direct law enforcement investigations, but rather from private sector firms like CrowdStrike, then the …

Stephen E. Arnold: UK Cybersecurity Director Outlines Agency’s Failures in Ongoing Cyberwar

UK Cybersecurity Director Outlines Agencys Failures in Ongoing Cyberwar The article titled GCHQ: Spy Chief Admits UK Agency Losing Cyberwar Despite £860M Funding Boost on International Business Times examines the surprisingly frank confession made by Alex Dewdney, a director at the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). He stated that in spite of the £860M funneled into …