NATO & Critical Infrastructure Protection – Tech Demo

I (and a lot of other people) helped define some of the margins of and requirements for this, once upon a time.  NATO Sponsors Critical Infrastructure Protection Technology Demonstration From 5-15 October, “BELCOAST 09” is marking the fifth anniversary of NATO’s Defence Against Terrorism Programme of Work (DAT PoW), demonstrating technologies that can improve the … Continue reading NATO & Critical Infrastructure Protection – Tech Demo

Omnivore 22/09/09

From Dragons to Smartphones, Jon Evans, Wired Blog How To Live Off the Grid, Nick Rosen, Wired UK Harness Maharishi Effect, Combat Cyber Attacks, Tim Stevens, Ubiwar Foul Play: The Risk of Antisocial Behavior in Online Gaming, Max Burns, Pixels and Policy Illuminating Dark Economies, Lee Billings, Seed Magazine Embrace Human Cloning, Greg Easterbrook, Wired … Continue reading Omnivore 22/09/09

Winston the Carrier Pigeon

Low-tech. Faster than broadband in South Africa, apparently: A company is to start using a carrier pigeon to transfer data between its offices - because bosses believe it will be quicker than broadband. IT experts at a firm in South Africa said it takes up to six hours to transfer four gigabytes of encrypted data … Continue reading Winston the Carrier Pigeon