Pentagon Puts Cyberwarriors on the Offensive, Increasing the Risk of Conflict

Until now, the Cyber Command has assumed a largely defensive posture, but in the spring the Defense Department opened the door to nearly daily raids on foreign networks, seeking to head off attacks.

Source: Pentagon Puts Cyberwarriors on the Offensive, Increasing the Risk of Conflict

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Opinion | A License to Discriminate

If you’ve got the “right” job, race and gender, marketers use tracking to flatter you. If you don’t, tracking is is more likely to be used to exploit you.

Source: Opinion | A License to Discriminate

At a Crossroads, Part II: No More Shadows: The Future of Intelligence Oversight in Congress – War on the Rocks

In the 2012 James Bond film Skyfall, M (Judi Dench) and Gareth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes) debate how to respond to a leak that has led to the assassination of several MI6 intelligence agents.

Source: At a Crossroads, Part II: No More Shadows: The Future of Intelligence Oversight in Congress – War on the Rocks

Canada’s Long-Needed Improvements Intelligence Information-Sharing Require More Work

Lawmakers have proposed reforms to how Canada’s national security and intelligence agencies share information with one another. But unless information-sharing is mandatory, broader reforms will be squandered.

Source: Canada’s Long-Needed Improvements Intelligence Information-Sharing Require More Work

Integrated Posts Updates

It is about disrupting and holding accountable entrenched actors and conduct that have reared their ugly heads again and again over the years continuing to present.

The following have been updated and added to the integrated slides:

Posts:
Never Too Late

Seattle Federal Corruption Slides Integrated:
(Non-exhaustive) Significant Omissions of Official Narratives

 

This post is the 3nd addendum to (previous limited information 9 posts) and  integrated post for documentation and reference purposes. Information, context and statements were previously and contemporaneously documented and independently verifiable. Conclusions and assessments are self-evident or clearly marked and separately identified. Related efforts are not recent and have been ongoing for a significant period.

Matthew Levitt: In Search of Nuance

Lawfare is pleased to announce the publication of a new paper in the Lawfare Research Paper Series: In Search of Nuance in the Debate over Hezbollah’s Criminal Enterprise and the U.S. Response, by Matthew Levitt, Fromer-Wexler Fellow and director of the Stein program on counterterrorism and intelligence at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

Source: Matthew Levitt: In Search of Nuance