In the past several weeks there have been numerous stories in the press regarding hacking incidents against major newspapers in the United States that have been attributed to the People’s Republic of China. These incidents follow closely on other reports of hacking incidents against U.S. financial institutions that were attributed to the Islamic Republic of … More An Overview of the Intricacies and Multifaceted Dimensions of Offensive Cyber Operations
The Effectiveness of The Defense Sector After January 2013 Editorial by Richard Kaplan | Washington DC | Monday November 19th, 2012 January 2013 will be a critical period for the Department of Defense if the Congress and the White House fail to reach an agreement on future decrements to Government spending to reduce the Nation’s … More United States Military Preparedness: The Effectiveness of The Defense Sector After January 2013
OECD Launched The ‘Global Recalls Portal’.
Differing views does not mean a contradiction in news or statements made Today as the United Nations tells of Somalia‘s progress on peace, the Department of Defense releases a story with what might appear to be contradictory viewpoint. It’s not really, see, the United Nations is looking from things at a Global Perspective and in … More Economic Warfare: An Aside #3 Differing views: Somalia
This article was written by someone whom I am honored to call an acquaintance and if I could be so bold, to call him a friend. His expertise in the area you are about to read in, is unparalleled. Richard Kaplan retired in May after dedicating his life and career to civil service. After he retired … More The Next Great Battlefield: Economic Warfare