The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), independent thinking on defence and security, released the new issue of its periodical.
RUSI Defence Systems is produced three times a year and examines strategic, conceptual and acquisition issues faced by the global defence community. It is read in over a hundred countries and regularly features contributions from prominent and distinguished defence chiefs, scientists and industrialists from across the globe.
The Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday rolled out its much-anticipated white paper on the ecosystem of cybersecurity.
The new issue of the Air Force’s Strategic Studies Quarterly explores the strategic issues of cyberwar, with a really interesting introduction of retired four-star Gen. Michael Hayden, former NSA and CIA chief.
The means and tools of cyber espionage are well known and used widely in practice. But has the United States intelligence community put into practice a structured operation to gather both open source and private intelligence and properly analyze and distribute it? This post proposes one such operational structure. The tools and methods are described including the use of custom Trojans, back hacking, infiltration, exfiltration, recruitment, IP signal intelligence, seeding, and poisoning. It describes the scope of the data handling and analysis problem and suggests best practices for sharing and analyzing cyber intelligence. Getting actionable intelligence into the right hands, the hardest task of all, is addressed.