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DailyDirt: Like Water Off A Duck's Back...

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Surfaces that repel water are pretty fascinating to watch in action, especially on clothes when possible stains are magically avoided. There are plenty of other uses for hydrophobic materials that are cool, and some newer materials are omniphobic -- even superomniphobic. Here are just a few examples of these products...
DailyDirt: Like Water Off A Duck's Back...
Cybersecurity Act morphing into an executive order? A leaked draft of White House plan

DailyDirt: Like Water Off A Duck's Back...

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Surfaces that repel water are pretty fascinating to watch in action, especially on clothes when possible stains are magically avoided. There are plenty of other uses for hydrophobic materials that are cool, and some newer materials are omniphobic -- even superomniphobic. Here are just a few examples of these products...
DailyDirt: Like Water Off A Duck's Back...

Hold on to your butts, US Secretary of Defense warns cyberattacks could threaten infrastructure

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US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta warned in a speech about cybersecurity on Thursday that the agency is aware of foreign perpetrators that have remotely gained access to control systems for vital American infrastructure, such as chemical, electricity and water plants, as reported by The Wall Street Journal. “We know...
Hold on to your butts, US Secretary of Defense warns cyberattacks could threaten infrastructure

What Do Sandy & Pearl Harbor Have In Common? Politicians Exploit Both To Push Cybersecurity Agendas

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Defense Department boss Leon Panetta has been recycling his cyber Pearl Harbor ghost stories for a few years now to push for expansive cybersecurity legislation (i.e. budget and power to spy on people), but Pearl Harbor is a bit outdated these days. So why not shoot for a more contemporary...
What Do Sandy & Pearl Harbor Have In Common? Politicians Exploit Both To Push Cybersecurity Agendas

Militarisation of cyberspace: how the global power struggle moved online

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Rise of cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure on both sides of Atlantic calls for creation of cyberweapons and new rules for their useJonathan Millican is a first-year university student from Harrogate in North Yorkshire. He says he doesn't think of himself as a "stereotypical geek", but having been crowned champion in...
Militarisation of cyberspace: how the global power struggle moved online
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