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“The Rise of Cyber Espionage” – The Counter Terrorist Magazine August 5, 2012

Posted by Chris Mark in cyberespionage, cybersecurity, terrorism.
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UPDATE:  I want to thank The Counter Terrorist magazine staff for including attribution to the article.  They quickly corrected a mistake and the inaccuracy.  Kudos!

Chris Mark (that is me;) has an article in the June/July 2012 issue of The Counter Terrorist Magazine.  The article is titled: “The Rise of Cyber Espionage” and provides an overview of the current cyber espionage issues being faced by US businesses today.  The article covers the breach at RSA to the subsequent attacks at Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics and others as examples of the types of attacks being faced by state sponsored cyber espionage groups. While this magazine may be new for some readers of this particular blog, it in its 4th year and is filled with great information for military, law enforcement, first responders, and even businesses.  This particular issue is 76 pages of information covering Iran’s Nuclear Objectives, Cyber Espionage, First Responder Intelligence, Intelligence for Terror, and a number of great product reviews and other information.  The magazine is subscription based but if you are interested in a copy of this particular issue, leave a comment with your email and other contact information and I can forward a free ezine.


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2. Brad Sobel - June 4, 2012

Hi Mark. I would be really interested to read your article as well as check out the magazine. Thanks, Brad


Thank you!

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