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The “Deep Web” in Tactics & Preparedness Magazine May 15, 2017

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TacticsPrepDeepweb_smallDeveloped by the Naval Research Laboratory in 1994, The Onion Routing (TOR) protocol was originally designed to allow spies to communicate securely.  It is this protocol that ushered in the “Deep Web” which enabled Edward Snowden to bypass the NSA using an operating system called TAILS.  If you want to know more about the Deep web and how to gain access, please read my latest article in Tactics & Preparedness magazine.

Chris Mark to speak at 2016 TASSCC Annual Conference June 3, 2016

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I wTASCCas excited to receive a call yesterday evening in which I was informed that my presentation abstract was accepted for the 2016 TASSCC Annual Conference being held in August in Galveston, TX!  If you are not familiar TASSCC is Texas Association of State Systems for Computing and Communications.  They host a great event every year and are pretty selective about choosing speakers.

My topic will be a variation of my dissertation study related to adversarial analysis.  As opining on Bayesian Inference, Proximate reality, and apophasis as they relate to security events would likely put the crowd to sleep I am going to cover some important topics at a high level and then provide a live demonstration of the dark web.  People are always shocked to see in real time where they can hire a hitman, or have a Kilo of Cocaine delivered to their door using only BitCoins.

Chris Mark Speaking at OpenEdge 2016 Partner Advisory Board May 27, 2016

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OpenEdgeI am honored to have been asked to present as the keynote speaker at the OpenEdge 2016 Partner Advisory Board on June 6th, in Chicago, Il.  I will be speaking on the state of cybercrime today and provide a live demonstration of the Dark Web as well as a description of how cyber thieves steal and use payment card data.  It should be a fun event for everyone!  If you are an OpenEdge Partner please consider attending!

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