US Nuke Stockpile Control Systems Are "Under Constant Attack"

You may never have heard of the National Nuclear Security Administration but that doesn't mean foreign agents haven't. The agency tasked with protecting America's nukes and nuclear secrets has disclosed that its computer systems are attacked as many as 10 MILLION times a day. » 3/20/12 7:40pm 3/20/12 7:40pm

Panetta Is Wrong: The Next Pearl Harbor Will Not Be a Cyber Attack

Everyone's favorite Italian grandmother and likely next Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta made headlines last week when he cautioned that "there's a strong likelihood that the next Pearl Harbor we confront could be a cyber attack." That's fear-mongering nonsense. » 6/13/11 4:30pm 6/13/11 4:30pm

The North Korea Cyberattack Aftermath: We Are F*cked

Defense Tech has some interesting analysis of what happened with the North Korea's attacks on United States and South Korean government sites. Given Kim Jong Il's pathetic telecommunication infrastructure, their summary is both scary and kind of saddening. » 7/14/09 10:00am 7/14/09 10:00am

North Korea Now Attacking US Government Sites, Sources Say

Since North Korea's unreliable "Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles" are still far from hitting the US, Kim Jong Il's hacker hordes are now attacking US government web sites. At least, according to the South Korea Information Security Agency. » 7/08/09 12:50pm 7/08/09 12:50pm