The Threat: Inside The Soviet Military Machine

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The Threat Inside the Soviet Military Machine Andrew The Threat Inside the Soviet Military Machine Andrew Cockburn on FREE shipping on qualifying offers This book is recommended for any of those who wish to know about what is really going on behind the Iron Curtain and the Soviet Regime. Insider Threats as the Main Security Threat in The Threat Is Coming From Inside the Network Insider The Threat Is Coming From Inside the Network Insider Threats Outrank External Attacks For the two previous years, malicious code and sustained probes or scans dominated the security incident landscape However, Shellshock and Heartbleed were game changers in , which allowed Unauthorized Access incidents to rise to the top and account for percent of all events in , up percent from . Inside the Insider Threat United States Cybersecurity The real insider threat, is not the malicious insider, the nave or ignorant end user, or even the disgruntled employee The real insider threats are people responsible for designing, securing, maintaining or funding an infrastructure that allows a malicious, nave or ignorant insider to commit acts of sabotage, access and exfiltrate data The Insider Threat Pike Logan, by Brad Taylor The Insider Threat is another fantastic entry in the Pike Logan series Very up to date with the current threats in the world, this novel deals with Americans being radicalised by ISIS and sent back to Insider threat Insider threat An insider threat is a malicious threat to an organization that comes from people within the organization, such as employees, former employees, contractors or business associates, who have inside information concerning the organization s security practices, data and computer systems. Insider Threat Software Engineering Institute The Challenges of Insider Threats The threat of attack from insiders, or an insider causing harm without malicious intent, is real and substantial To prevent harm to their assets, historically, organizations focused on external facing security mechanisms, such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and electronic building access systems. The quiet threat inside internet of things devices The quiet threat inside internet of things devices by The Conversation in Syndication shares. Insider Threat Mitigation Homeland Security What is an Insider and Insider Threat According to the National Insider Threat Task Force NITTF an insider is any person with authorized access to an organization s resources to include personnel, facilities, information, equipment, networks, or systems. The Threat Matrix Inside Robert Mueller s FBI and the War The Threat Matrix Inside Robert Mueller s FBI and the War on Global Terror Garrett M Graff on FREE shipping on qualifying offers An intimate look

  • Title: The Threat: Inside The Soviet Military Machine
  • Author: Andrew Cockburn
  • ISBN: 9780450058011
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I read this back in the 80s when the Cold War was very much still with us. Despite the title the book is actually more about how the perception of the threat was arrived at, with a major theme being that the true threat was being greatly exaggerated, both in terms of Soviet intentions and their capability. One memorable line talked about how in a certain model Soviet tank, the gun mechanism was prone to loading the gunner rather than the shell. The insights continue to be relevant in terms of ho [...]

    2. Read this book after enjoying Cockburn's recent book, "Kill Chain." I was curious to see if Cockburn had gotten the Soviet Union correct. He sure did, rightfully pointing out all the problems with the structure of the military, the poor quality of the military personnel and the weapons.

    3. Fascinating insights from the early 1980s on the Cold War and what might happen if World War III had broken out. The book gave me the impression it probably would have been a real clusterfuck as the technology of both sides was not actually as good or as functional as they tried to make it seem.

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