Blog Posts Tagged with "Military"


Analysis of the 2008 Pentagon Hack

August 30, 2010 Added by:Simon Heron

Are we to believe that a foreign government trying to hack into the Pentagon would use a relatively benign worm based on an existing and two-year old worm, SillyFDC, that had limited ability once installed? Or would they go for something a bit more sophisticated?

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Army Private Cloud RFP Released

August 07, 2010 Added by:Kevin L. Jackson

Traditionally the Army has used a relatively decentralized approach to provision of information systems and services. This approach has enabled significant innovation and enhanced warfighting capability. The Army is now ready to leverage a more centralized approach...

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In Rebuke of China

February 02, 2010 Added by:Tom Schram

In the current issue of Foreign Affairs, former NATO Commander General Wesley K. Clark and current Department of Veteran Affairs CTO Peter Levin write:  “There is no form of military combat more irregular than an electronic attack: It is extremely cheap, is very fast, can be carrier out anonymously, and can disrupt or deny critical servi...

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