The Pentagon’s New Cyber Strategy: Defend Forward

The military has a new doctrinal approach to cyber.

Source: The Pentagon’s New Cyber Strategy: Defend Forward

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Defending Forward: The 2018 Cyber Strategy Is Here

Great-power strategic competition, defend forward, and prepare for war: These are the three central tenets of the newly released summary of the 2018

Source: Defending Forward: The 2018 Cyber Strategy Is Here

Document: Pentagon’s 2018 Cyber Strategy Report Summary

This pretty much covers any thing, any time, any where. Might as well put a 7th SFG insignia on it.

The Department of Defense has released a summary of its 2018 Cyber Strategy Report. The document is below:

Source: Document: Pentagon’s 2018 Cyber Strategy Report Summary

What’s in the House and Senate Intelligence Authorization Bills for

The House and Senate intelligence committees have put forth a draft of their priorities for the intelligence community in 2019.

Source: What’s in the House and Senate Intelligence Authorization Bills for

Shining a Light on Federal Law Enforcement’s Use of Computer Hacking Tools

Privacy International, the ACLU, and the Buffalo School of Law filed a series of FOIA requests seeking records about the use of hacking tools by U.S. federal law enforcement agencies.

Source: Shining a Light on Federal Law Enforcement’s Use of Computer Hacking Tools

Russian travel company advertises tours to Salisbury after novichok poisoning | Daily Mail Online

How could 2 gay men miss a 400ft spire?

Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov flew from Moscow to Heathrow and took the train to Salisbury where they put deadly nerve agent novichok on Sergei Skripal’s door-handle before flying home.

When online speculation began over their sexuality, interviewer 38-year-old Margarita Simonyan – who is head of the Kremlin ‘propaganda’ channel – retorted: ‘I do not know if they are gays or not.

‘They are quite fashionable – with little beards, hair cuts, tight pants, sweaters tight over big biceps. They did not harass me.

‘Anyway I’m already out of the harassable age. Still, I poured them cognac for courage.

‘During the interview I told them that the world least of all worries with the question if they slept in one bed or not.’

The pair suggested they were ordinary tourists wanting to see – among other sights – Salisbury cathedral.

The debate over their sexuality drew attention away from whether this pair were using alias names when they visited Salisbury, as Britain has argued.

Source: Russian travel company advertises tours to Salisbury after novichok poisoning | Daily Mail Online