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Priorities in the Cyber Domain

February 2, 2010
By Maryann Lawlor

"Ignorance is our biggest vulnerability [in the cyber domain]." --Vice Adm. Carl Mauney, USN, deputy CO, STRATCOM

The Next Sneak Attack May Come From Cyberspace

February 2, 2010

"I believe that it's more likely that an attack will come from not a bomb off a bomb rack, but instead electrons in cyberspace."

Blogging at West 2010

February 2, 2010
By H. Mosher

Editor in Chief Robert K. Ackerman, Executive Editor Maryann Lawlor, and Associate Editor Katie Packard are on site at WEST 2010. Click here to see their blog entries on speakers, technology, and goings-on at the conference.

Money Talks, But Digital Currency Flies

February 2, 2010

"Paper money-kiss it goodbye."

Missile Defense Goes Global

February 2, 2010

"We are starting to build a deterrent construct that will be better than mutual assured destruction."-Gen. James E. Cartwright, USMC, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

A Healthy Economy is Key to National Security

February 2, 2010

"We're in a major economic crisis. Economics is a big part of warfare. If you ignore it, you'll do it at your nation's peril."

Now on to the Real Technology

February 2, 2010

Tweet was for swag; SIGNAL Scape is for great tech!

Budget, QDR Are Driving Necessary DOD Change

February 2, 2010

"Whatever it is that we think we'll do next, whomever it is we think we'll fight next, we'll be wrong."

Americans Need Cyber Sanctuaries

February 2, 2010

"We have no authority in that Wild Wild West called .com, but we still operate there."

Cool App-titude: Science Friday

February 2, 2010
By Katie Packard

Science nerds, gather 'round! Every Friday afternoon, you can get your science on with Science Friday, a weekly talk show that focuses on timely science topics. But now the show has launched an application that lets fans of the show access podcasts and videos any day of the week.

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