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History of Hacktivism 0

History of Hacktivism

Nice article by Dorothy Denning. Hacktivism emerged in the late 1980s at a time when hacking for fun and profit were becoming noticeable threats. Initially it took the form of computer viruses and worms that spread messages of protest

Defending All the Targets Is Impossible 0

Defending All the Targets Is Impossible

In the wake of the recent averted mass shooting on the French railroads, officials are realizing that there are just too many potential targets to defend. The sheer number of militant suspects combined with a widening field of potential targets have presented European officials with what they concede is a nearly insurmountable surveillance task. The scale of the challenge, security experts fear, may leave the Continent entering a new climate of uncertainty, with added risk attached to seemingly mundane endeavors, like taking a train

IoT and Cyberwars 0

IoT and Cyberwars

The internet is built on a flawed design – this is actually well known. The whole network security industry grew because of this weak foundation.

(Known) SCADA Attacks Over The Years 0

(Known) SCADA Attacks Over The Years

After having spent the past few months trying to get myself acquainted with the world of SCADA, it was time to look into the history of attacks it has been subject to. For the uninitiated, SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) is the term…