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Largest ever cyber wargame tests Europe’s defences

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Europe’s biggest ever cyber security war diversions exercise has started, with the point of testing how nations can cooperate against a significant cross-fringe security danger. Throughout its first stage, the Cyber Europe 2014 occasion unites more than 200 associations including vitality organizations, telecoms administrators, and 400 security experts. The scale of the cyberwargame demonstrates how genuinely countries now take the danger of computerized assaults, and is only one of various such wargames being run in Europe as advanced systems are currently seen as a standard battleground in any clash. The coordinators said the topic of the occasion was not impacted …continue reading

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Snowden testifies / Nagoya protocol / Roadworthiness tests


MEPs hear Snowden’s eagerly awaited response to the LIBE inquiry, vote to approve rules on access to genetic resources and benefit sharing, and standardising…

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Coast Guard tests oil spill technologies in Operation Arctic Shield

Top Priority Sector:  disaster_preparedness_emergency_response The Coast Guard Research and Development Center (RDC) led a team of engineers and scientists from multiple Coast Guard units, other federal agencies, and universities in evaluating methods to detect, track and respond to simulated oil spills off the North Slope of Alaska as part of Operation Arctic Shield 2013, Sept. […]

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Smith & Wesson M&P #209001 9mm – Gun Tests Pistol of the Year

Our first impression of the $679 S&W M&P 9mm was that it felt extremely comfortable in the hand. It was well balanced, not too heavy—at least without a magazine full of 17 heavy-bullet loads—and was pleasantly devoid of extraneous controls and levers. We note S&W also sells a version with a thumb safety, along with […]

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Publishing News: Ownshelf tests ebook lending waters

Here are a few stories from the publishing space that caught my attention this week. Pushing the envelope in ebook lending innovation Martin Bryant at The Next Web took a look at this week at Ownshelf, a startup looking to … View full post on O’Reilly News and Commentary

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Joint exercise tests UAV sense-and-avoid technology

Top Priority Sector:  airport_aviation_security Image Caption:  NASA Cirrus SR-22 The National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), a not-for-profit research and development organization and a university completed two weeks of flight testing “sense and avoid” technology that could help unmanned aircraft better integrate into the national air transportation system some day. The MITRE Corporation and the […]

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NNSA tests preparedness in radiological emergency response exercise

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  cbrne_detection Image Caption:  RAP exercise Radiological emergency response teams gathered for a terror-attack response exercise in Albuquerque, NM, the week of Sept. 10. Members of the National Nuclear Security Agency’s (NNSA) Radiological Assistance Teams working under the NNSA’s Radiological Assistance Program (RAP) attended intensive training classes during the exercise, said […]

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Ocean Power Technologies wins autonomous grant, tests for PowerBuoy

Top Priority Sector:  maritime_port_security Image Caption:  PowerBuoy Pennington, NJ-based Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (“CRADA”) with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) Science & Technology Directorate (“S&T”) to perform a new round of in-ocean tests on its autonomous PowerBuoy application for ocean surveillance. Homepage position:  10 […]

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DHS S&T bio sensor tests underway in Boston subway

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  cbrne_detection Image Caption:  MBTA Somerville station The planned tests of bio sensors in Boston’s “T” subway by the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T) using real, but harmless, biological agents are underway. A statement by DHS S&T on Aug. 24, said the agency’s planned release of […]

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Bringing the Unsexy Back: The Process of Selling SE Penetration Tests

By Chris Hadnagy

For the past few months, I’ve brought you articles on launching your career as a social engineer, the psychology and history behind hacking humans and even some scams you can pull on your clients for their own good. As wonderful as it is to talk about the methods, the tricks and the sexy stories of social engineering pwnage, we need to take a step back and discuss the business end of this spectrum.

Yes, I said it… business side. After all, most of us reading this article either are in IT/Security or want to be….

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