This book sheds light on a major crime that is under-the-radar. Individuals and groups (known as gangstalkers) are using radio frequency waves and electromagnetic energy to electronically target and harm people. Also known as electronic harassment, this cyber crime is increasing exponentially, and the perpetrators are literally getting away with murder. Harassed individuals, known as targeted individuals (TIs) die of heart attacks, collapse and die with no specific cause, commit suicide, are mis-diagnosed with rare cancers, or labeled as mentally ill. Targeted Individuals (TIs) in society are maligned and isolated. TIs are victimized twice by a society that is not aware of cyber attacks and would have trouble understanding digital murder.This book sheds light on cyber attacks and seeks to stop these crimes. It also provides relief methods for targeted individuals. It specifically asks lawyers, police, coroners, and medical professionals to learn about this crime, learn how to spot it, and help TIs. With public awareness, methods and laws to catch these cyber criminals must be enacted.
In this ebook we outline a set of practical and pragmatic cyber security considerations for organisations designing, developing and, testing Internet of Things (IoT) devices and solutions. The purpose is to provide practical advice for consideration as part of the product development life-cycle from concept to after market support.
While IoT products by their very nature encompass many forms of traditional embedded devices and supporting systems, we felt that distilling our knowledge and experience in the specific context of IoT would be useful. A lot of the concepts in this eBook could easily be applied to many other related areas of software and hardware product development.
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What if hacking approaches could be redirected for productive means? How can we harness the positive attributes of hacking to drive meaningful outcomes in our companies, careers, and communities?
New York Times bestselling author Josh Linkner has ‘cracked the code’ in his latest book, Hacking Innovation, providing a new framework for innovation, reinvention, and transformation. Linkner reveals the Five Core Mindsets and Ten Primary Tactics of hackers as the new model for complex problem solving, innovation, and growth. These fresh approaches enable leaders at all levels to topple their competition with stunning efficiency. Hacking Innovation translates the complex hacker philosophy into a simple, yet effective system for modern business success.
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This thesis describes the development of a prototype security hardened field device (such as a remote terminal unit) based on commodity hardware and implementing a previously developed security architecture. This security architecture has not been implemented in the past due to the difficulty of providing an operating system which meets the architecture's isolation requirements. Recent developments in both hardware and software have made such an operating system possible, opening the door to the implementation and development of this new security architecture in physical devices attached to supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. A prototype is developed using commodity hardware selected for similarity to existing industrial systems and making use of the new OKL4 operating system. Results of prototype development are promising, showing performance values which are adequate for a broad range for industrial applications.
I founded a bot company back in 2007 and over the course of a decade, I have made huge mistakes, wrong assumptions, and I missed a ton of opportunities. I wrote this book because I have learned many valuable lessons during this time, and if I can answer just one person’s question and prevent a repetition of my mistakes, that would be the best value I could provide, not only just for that business but interestingly also for my own.
Over the course of a decade, my company Botego went almost bankrupt not once, but twice. Thinking that Bots will never really take off as a serious industry I was considering closing the company a mere couple of weeks prior to the TechCrunch article announcing that Facebook would be announcing a Bot platform within a month! As of January, 2017 the same company now has a multi-million dollar valuation. 30% of our company has been acquired by Sestek, a prominent voice technology company. Nevzat Aydin a well-known entrepreneur who sold his company to Delivery Hero for $600+ million recently invested in Botego, and he is holding 15% and a seat in the Board of Directors.
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