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Book Review: Lights Out

After finishing Countdown to Zero Day, I saw another book about cyberwarfare was available for review and requested it as well. Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath, written by Ted Koppel, is a look into how our nation is prepared for a cyberattack with a focus on taking


This is Important: CISPA is Back

In general, I try to avoid politics on this site. But when one of the worst bits of internet legislation makes a return to the house floor, I need to do whatever I can to spread the word. CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act) is a bill that will allow companies to


Facebook Doesn’t Own Your Stuff

About once every six months or so, it seems a meme (for lack of a better term) pops up in Facebook land. The text is usually a little different, but it basically says “Hey Facebook, I own my stuff and since I posted this you have to acknowledge it so there!” So,