cyber warfare

Word of Mouth
9:42 am
Wed January 9, 2013

The Miniature Cyber-City: A New Training Ground

Courtesy Ed Skoudis

Computers are often associated with certain intangibles: data, communication, and storage space rank among them. At a recent hacker conference, a speaker presented his ability to tap into and display anything on the monitors of a public train system. Increasingly, computers are gaining an ability to control things in the real world. In anticipation of this threat, Ed Skoudis has created a real-life miniature training ground for tomorrow's cyber-warriors.



The Exchange
9:00 am
Tue July 3, 2012

The Age of Cyber Warfare

Defense Images via Flickr Creative Commons

The United States and other nations, along with terrorist and criminal groups, are increasingly engaged in high-tech espionage and cyber attacks, often with an aim at destabilizing communications and other critical infrastructure. We discuss the nature of this growing threat  and how it affects both government and the private sector.

 

Guests:

Siobhan Gorman, intelligence correspondent for The Wall Street Journal.

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