- New academic paper looks at systems engineering for resilience
A new paper, written by John S. Brtis and Michael A. McEvilley from MITRE Corporation introduces the subject of 'Systems engineering for resilience' looking at ways of addressing system resilience within systems engineering methodologies.
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- How vulnerable are the undersea cables that power the global internet? – CNN
On July 29, 1858, two steam-powered battleships met in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. There, they connected two ends of a 4,000 kilometer (2,500 mile) long, 1.5 centimeter (0.6 inch) wide cable, linking for the first time the European and North American continents by telegraph.
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- Don't fall into the trap of thinking you're safe and secure in the cloud. It could become a right royal pain in the SaaS • The Register
But don't think, just because you've handed the keys of your IT estate to somebody else, your days spent having to think about the security of your software, applications, and data are gone. They aren't.
- Siemens Contractor Pleads Guilty to Planting 'Logic Bomb' in Spreadsheets
A former Siemens contractor has pledged guilty in federal court Friday to secretly planting code in automated spreadsheets he had created for the company over a decade ago that deliberately crashes the program every few years.