Recently I attended a class where I was introduced to the work of Christopher Bowers and his methodology for categorizing emerging threat groups in a hybrid warfare environment. In his paper Bowers suggests that a groups threat level can be ranked by the combination of it’s capabilities, Maturity level, and the degree of complexity in… Read More Adapting the Organizational Maturity model to categorize adversarial groups
This article is a little older, but it was news to me. worth checking out: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/craigsilverman/fake-local-news-sites-albany-edmonton
An Iranian Disinformation Operation Impersonated Dozens Of Media Outlets To Spread Fake Articles
The people over at the US Army’s Training and doctrine command have a new blog all about the combination of military strategy and pop-culture called the monolith. It might be pretty ok. Check it out… They make some good movie/book suggestions. Some of them I haven’t read yet, so I’ll be adding them to the… Read More Mad Scientist’s new blog
Bored? Need something to read? Want me to tell you about a book? Look at the MW Reading list. All of the books here are one’s I’ve read and recommend. Don’t take my word for it though.
I recently finished the Audio book of “The Hard Thing about Hard Things” by Ben Horowitz. This is an excellent book, however narrator in the version I listened to was not a good fit for most of the book. There are a ton of hip-hop references and quotes in this book, and unfortunately the version… Read More Book Review: The Hard Thing about Hard Things
A winter storm took out the internet and electricity where I live. It’s not fully back up yet, but as soon as it is i’ll post more..