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Analysis & Commentary - Samantha F. Ravich

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13th November 2017 – Quoted by Julie Weed - The New York Times

Foiling Cyber-Spies on Business Trips

Samantha F. Ravich

The admonitions to business travelers headed to other countries should be familiar by now: Keep your laptop with you at all times. Stay off public Wi-Fi networks. Don’t send unencrypted files over the internet. more...

10th October 2017 – Quoted by Kevin D. Freeman - Global Economic Warfare

When the IT Supply Chain is Compromised “Inside the Wire”

Samantha F. Ravich

The term “inside the wire” generally suggests a zone of safety. Going outside the wire suggests being at risk. But what happens when the enemy gets inside the wire? Extreme threat. more...

17th August 2017 – Quoted by Dan Boylan - The Washington Times

Pentagon eyes bitcoin blockchain technology as cybersecurity shield

Samantha F. Ravich

Used by terrorists, drug dealers and money launderers, the shadowy online currency bitcoin may soon be drafted by the Pentagon as a way to shield U.S. military technology, communications and purchases. more...

13th July 2017 – Quoted by Andrea Leal - Cripto Noticias

Fundación para La Defensa de La Democracia propone blockchain para la defensa territorial U.S.

Samantha F. Ravich

Registros médicos, auditorias forenses, herramientas humanitarias y sistemas financieros. more...

11th July 2017 – Quoted by Michael del Castillo - Coindesk

Defending Borders with Blockchain: Former Cheney Advisor Calls for Action

Samantha F. Ravich

Published by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a Washington, DC-based think tank, a new research memo released today details how blockchain technology could be used to prevent maliciously modified hardware components from being built into infrastructure deemed crucial to national security. more...

30th June 2017 – Quoted by Alyssa Schmitt - Cleveland Jewish News

Israel Bonds Cleveland Women’s Division raises $1.4 million

Samantha F. Ravich

The Israel Bonds Cleveland Women’s Division hosted its annual sponsors luncheon. more...

29th June 2017 – Quoted by Morgan Lynch - MeriTalk

U.S. Announces Partnership With Israel on Cybersecurity

Samantha F. Ravich

The United States and Israel announced plans June 27 to cooperate on cybersecurity issues. more...

15th June 2017 – Quoted by Barbara Boland - Gov Con Wire

Experts Warn Lawmakers of Increasing China Cyber Espionage Attacks

Samantha F. Ravich

Experts at a Senate Committee on Foreign Relations hearing warned lawmakers Tuesday that Chinese government hackers appear to be once again targeting private U.S. companies and organizations. more...

15th June 2017 – Quoted by Griffin Connolly - Roll Call

US Cybersecurity in Need of Rapid Repair, Senators Told

Samantha F. Ravich

Cybersecurity in the United States is in a severe state of disrepair, leaving the country vulnerable to attack from hacking groups backed by its opponents, two witnesses testified in a Senate subcommittee hearing. more...

15th June 2017 – Quoted by Jessie Bur - MeriTalk

Feds Lack Cyber Leadership to Deal With Nation-State Threats

Samantha F. Ravich

The Federal government lacks the empowered leadership necessary to address U.S. cyber vulnerabilities, according to former Federal experts testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on June 13. more...

14th June 2017 – Quoted by Nic Rowan - The Washington Free Beacon

Sen. Cory Gardner Calls for Cyber Committee to Oversee Prevention of State-Sponsored Attacks

Samantha F. Ravich

The United States may need a cyber committee to oversee the prevention of state sponsored cyber attacks from countries such as China, North Korea, or Russia, according to Senator Cory Gardner. more...

23rd February 2017 – Quoted by Sean D. Carberry - Federal Computer Week

How to define cyber-enabled economic warfare

Samantha F. Ravich , Annie Fixler

The U.S. and its allies lack coherent doctrine and policy to defend against the growing range of cyber threats, and that is because of a failure to even agree on a common language to describe a "cyber attack," the authors contend. more...