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Edward Snowden Interview is Quite Revealing

If you missed the Edward Snowden interview what you should know is he tried to use proper whistle-blower channels to get the word out about the US population being spied upon. This has been confirmed in fact by NBC News....

Russia and US Internet Freedoms Go In Opposite Directions

Edward Snowden left the US and fled to Russia after effectively causing the largest security leak in US history and today, both countries seem to be going in somewhat opposite directions with regards to electronic freedom. In the case of...

Healthy Private Sector Key to Private Sector Jobs

There is a fascinating battle taking place in many countries between how best to grow private-sector employment. Shockingly some of the politicians who are cited by the media for their incredible intelligence imply that inequality in wages can be fixed...

Espionage via APT or Advanced Persistent Threat Widespread

Corporate and government secrets are currently being stolen on a grand scale - can anything be done about it? If you are one of those people not easily rattled, please have a seat and get ready to shake. A new...

Selling to the Government: GSA Explained

 There is a once in a lifetime opportunity ahead of us as the government prepares to spend unprecedented amounts of money for a variety of initiatives. The reality is that a small percentage of companies are doing most of the...

Lost Smartphone? Take These Precautions First

I spent much of Sunday in Manhattan with the family and while there stopped by one of our favorite restaurants for lunch. A bit later in the day my wife realized her iPhone had gone missing. The last place she...

The Latest in Carrier Testing

Mu Dynamics Adam SteinAs service providers grapple with providing more complex individual services as well as converged services, the need to test these systems grows as well. Providers need to ensure their subscribers receive high levels of service quality as...

Google's Government Wins

Google is slowly but surely racking up government wins and has some pretty big names under its belt so far. For example, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, the U.S. Coast Guard, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the...

Microprocessors: The Weakest Security Link

Although there seem to be limitless ways to attack computers, a vulnerability you might not have ever seen coming takes place in the microprocessors. As chips have become more powerful than , it is now possible for a person in...

AT&T: Ouch

Although this is funny, I think blaming AT&T for working with the government is not fully fair. What do you think?...

More on NSA

Here is more on the NSA showing how much of the agencies’ resources were being used for surveillance. None of it is surprising to me. Where do you think billions of dollars each year goes? After all, how many $900...

NSA Recording

I am not at all surprised that the NSA is recording all calls. Many of my friends in the DSP business told me about the massive quantity of boards they sold to the government during the downturn -- after 9/11....
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