What can, or should, the Internet and Social Media companies do to fight terrorism? How do we wade through the murkiness of cyber defense and offense when it comes to war? What happened with the DDoS attack on the Internet’s backbone and is it worth worrying about?
This is Hurricane Labs InfoSec Podcast Episode .07: The “Blurred Lines and the Murkiness of Cyberwar” Edition, featuring Kelsey Clark (Host and Marketing Person), Tom Kopchak (Doer of Stuff and Things), Rob Palcisko (Intern turned Full-Time Network Engineer); and Neil Madaczky (Splunk and The Webs).
Show note articles:
- Terror on Twitter: How ISIS is taking war on social media – and social media is fighting back
- What Can – Or Should – Internet Companies Do To Fight Terrorism?
- New Bill Would Force Social Media Companies To Identify Potential Terrorists, Report Them To Government
- Politico’s The Agenda Cyber Issue: America’s Secret Arsenal
- Attack floods Internet root servers with 5 million queries per second
- It Works! Google’s Quantum Computer is ‘100 Million Times Faster’ than a PC