DefDog: Deja Vu on Cyber-Security, 25 Years After Terminal Compromise

Deja vu!  Seem to recall Winn Schwartau saying all of this in 1990-1991. The Looming Specter of Cyber Warfare: Deprivations and Social Breakdowns Keeping your finger on the pulse of evolving cyber threats is very difficult as they change so frequently and abruptly. In the following interview, IDGA’s @DefenseInsider explores the current and future landscape …

Berto Jongman: Has General Vincent Stewart, USMC, Figured Out that US Has Cyber All Wrong? BRAVO ZULU!

Is the Defense Department’s entire vision of cybersecurity wrong? “What if the way we’ve structured Cyber Command and our thinking about this space, what if it’s wrong?” Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, deputy commander of U.S. Cyber Command, said during a keynote presentation at the CyCon U.S. conference in Washington Nov. 14. Cyber Command’s latest command …

DefDog: The infamous ‘take down the Internet in 30 minutes’ hearing from 1998 — Tens of Billions Later, NSA and OMB Have Not Done Their Jobs, US Cyber is Wide Open and Unsafe at Any Speed + Meta-RECAP

This is the famous hearing where Mudge told senators he could K-O the Internet in 30 minutes. It was a wide-ranging discussion, though Mudge’s claim is what the media ran with at the time. Watch and ask yourself, as Trustwave’s Tom Brennan does on his Facebook page this morning: “14 Years… have we gotten better?” …