A critical discussion on the available 'cyber intelligence'
reports from various vendors
How hard is attribution in cyber space, really?
"Alternative analysis" - why isn't it being used enough in
cyber intelligence reporting?
Discussion on 'degrees of certainty' and its apparent lack of
application to cyber intelligence
Extensive discussion on avoiding confirmation bias, critically
reviewing intelligence work, and peer reviewing processes
Kinetic responses to cyber threats and other outrageous
Hacking back? but hacking whom?
Jeffrey Carr ( @JeffreyCarr
) - Jeffrey Carr is a cybersecurity analyst and
expert.He lives in Seattle Washington. He is founder and CEO of
Taia Global inc. He is also the founder and principal investigator
of Project Grey Goose, an open source investigation into cyber
conflicts including the Russian cyber attacks on Georgia, the
Indian Eastern Railway Website defacement and the
Israeli-Palestinian war in 2008 to 2009. He is also a government
contractor who is consulted on Russian and Chinese cyber warfare
strategy and tactics. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffrey_Carr ]
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