Also, Fake PornHub And Google Android Apps Are Actually ‘Russian Spy Tools’ First FaceApp, now a fake PornHub, and a fake Google Android App are being created and distributed as Russian tools and weapons, all forms of Information Warfare. This appears to be a trend, perhaps State sponsored, controlled or coordinated App Warfare? App Warfare,… Continue reading Russian defense contractor developing smartphone spyware: U.S. firm
Joint Force Quarterly 93 (2nd Quarter, April 2019) Tactics in the Cyber Domain Warrior Women Unity of Command and Military Justice Source: https://ndupress.ndu.edu/JFQ/Joint-Force-Quarterly-93.aspx Tactical Maneuver in the Cyber Domain: Dominating the Enemy By Jennifer Leigh Phillips Imagine the possibilities if tactical teams could plan a raid that integrated air and ground support, and on-call fires in… Continue reading IO Topics In JFQ 2nd Quarter 2019
In this article, please note the Russian sources for both the RIA and TASS articles. “Russian news agencies cited an unnamed security source as saying…” The NYT’s article, stating that the US has attacked Russian infrastructure, only cited anonymous sources. Here are a few things to note when reading these type articles Anonymous, unnamed… Continue reading World’s First Cyberwar Probably A Case Of “He Said, She Said”
Beside the obvious, that State eliminated this program and is now re-establishing it, the question is “why?” Yes, a position and a support staff is needed to coordinate efforts of monitoring and perhaps controlling dual-use cyber technologies and cyber weapons technologies, globally. The question would be, then, why was the position eliminated in the… Continue reading State Dept Plan for $20 million Cyberspace Security and Emerging Technologies Bureau
22 May, Tallinn – A new paper by NATO CCDCOE law experts addresses legal developments and trends in international law for cyberspace. It is generally held that international law applies to cyberspace, now the legal debate has shifted to how exactly the legal principles apply in the cyberspace. The CCDCOE published paper ‘Trends in International… Continue reading CCDCOE: New Study: International Law Applies to Cyberspace, Polarization over State Control Prevails
Tom McCuin / Apr 22, 2019 The Department of Justice released Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final “Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election” on Thursday. Predictably, it won’t be changing any minds. But it does reinforce one particular point that I’ve been making in this space for the last two years: Russia… Continue reading Russia: Adversary or Enemy? Depends on Your Definition of Cyber Attack.
The agenda for the eighth annual International Conference on Cyber Engagement has been released! REGISTER Tuesday, April 23, 2019 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Lisner Auditorium US and foreign government workers and students attend for free! On the evening before the conference, The Hon. John Demers, Assistant Attorney General for National Security at the US Department of… Continue reading REGISTRATION OPEN: Eighth Annual International Conference on Cyber Engagement in Washington, DC on April 23, 2019