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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 speaking at Secura Risk Management Fall Forum (Oct 28-29) October 24, 2015

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SecuraIf you are a bank, credit union, or work for one and want to listen to me (Chris) speak and are looking for a reason to go to beautiful Charleston, South Carolina..check out the Secura Fall Risk Management Forum!  Yours Truly will be speaking on CyberCrime and the DarkNet as well as EMV “Chip & PIN” (a misnomer but…I will not discuss here).  Should be a great event and will be in one of my favorite US cities…Charleston, South Carolina!..I have not had an opportunity to speak at a Secura event yet but they appear to be very well put together and the agenda looks very compelling.  Also, if you didn’t have a chance to attend the AT&T Cyber Security Conference in NYC, you can watch a replay of the event here!  You can see me on the ‘big stage’ talking with Jamie Wallace on Mobile Security.  It was a great event with top shelf speakers…(notice that I am rocking my Recon Jack to represent the USMC Recon Community!)

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