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Kevin Coleman

Digital Conflict

By Kevin Coleman

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Cyberattacks might threaten personal safety

Many people did not realize that June was National Internet Safety month. During that time I was contacted a number of times by researchers and investigators and a common theme emerged from their many questions. The question was: Is our safety affected by the increasing threats in cyberspace? The answer was easy: Yes. That has been stuck in my mind ever since.


Posted on Sep 20, 2012 at 12:54 PM0 comments

Don't let your guard down on cybersecurity

On Sept. 5, Iain Lobban, who is the head of Great Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, which is a member of the British intelligence community, hosted a discussion with executives from the Financial Times Stock Exchange 100-listed companies. During that discussion he advised that businesses face and unprecedented threat from cyberattacks.


Posted on Sep 13, 2012 at 2:46 PM0 comments

What's the best solution to the national debt?

Well it happened. The U.S. national debt has reached $16 trillion (twelve zeros). America has had to spend an unprecedented amount of money to reach this level of debt. Many financial experts, political scientists as well as security experts and even some of our best military minds have warned that the greatest threat to the United States is our national debt.


Posted on Sep 06, 2012 at 2:46 PM3 comments

Cyberattacks come from foes big and small

At an AFCEA conference held in Baltimore in August, Marine LtGen Richard Mills, who led international forces in southwestern Afghanistan between 2010 and 2011, said during his briefing that U.S. commanders now consider cyber weapons another weapon in their arsenal to prosecute their missions.


Posted on Aug 30, 2012 at 12:54 PM0 comments

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