Independent & None — basically nein! — and this is just one ally. So many ways to skin a cat … internationally speaking.
Nice post-mortem. But the guns should also turn inward by asking what irrelevant and inflated games were some unionized bureaucrats wasting their resources on? Did someone downplay the Russian involvement and focus on Wiener’s dick right at the height of this and against the DNI’s assessment? That was not Trump’s job.
Some where between the leaks of CIA and NSA hacking tools this insider threat was silently lurking and growing until disrupted by selfless unsung heroes. FreedomPay saved!
The CIA contractors shared a vending machine hack to steal more than $3,000 in snacks.
In May, a so-called ransomware attack hit computers in over 150 countries. But two weeks earlier, one security expert found something a lot worse.
Blackouts in Ukraine were just a trial run. Russian hackers are learning to sabotage infrastructure—and the US could be next.
State and local election officials are eager to assure the public that voting systems are secure. They have no idea if that’s true, lacking both the resources and skill to defend against cyber attacks or even condust forensic assessments of a breach.
A successful quantum communication network will rely on the ability to distribute entangled photons over large distances between receiver stations. So far, free-space demonstrations have been limited to line-of-sight links across cities or between mountaintops. Scattering and coherence decay have limited the link separations to around 100 km. Yin et al. used the Micius satellite, which was launched last year and is equipped with a specialized quantum optical payload. They successfully demonstrated the satellite-based entanglement distribution to receiver stations separated by more than 1200 km. The results illustrate the possibility of a future global quantum communication network.