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CSUSB Magazine » Class Warfare

April 11, 2011


Class Warfare FEATURES, TOP READS — DECEMBER 3, 2010 Between the university’s cybersecurity program, its Model UN and Arab League courses, Arabic studies and a national security studies program that has gained national attention, CSUSB has planted a firm foot in the perilous fields of American security and diplomacy. via CSUSB Magazine » Class Warfare. […]

One Burst And The World Goes Dark

October 27, 2010


Electromagnetic pulse impact far and wide From USA Today: Modern society relies on technologies vulnerable to electromagnetic pulse effects that, if strong enough, can induce currents that burn out wires and circuits. The following are two worst-case scenarios depending on whom you believe, the threat of an electromagnetic pulse triggered by either a supersized solar […]

The Online Threat

October 25, 2010


Should we be worried about a cyber war? By Seymour M. Hersh The New YorkerNovember 1, 2010 Pg. 44 A great deal of money is at stake. Cyber security is a major growth industry, and warnings from Clarke, McConnell, and others have helped to create what has become a military-cyber complex. The federal government currently spends […]