Posts Tagged stuxnet
Next month, I’m excited to be giving a public lecture sponsored by The Tuesday Women’s Association (TWA) and the American Association of University Women (AAUW). It is part of their 2012 International Relations Lecture Series and is entitled Cyberspace: A New Cold War Front. It will be held on January 10, 2012 at 10:45am at the Ethical Society building on 9001 Clayton Rd., St. Louis, MO 63117.
I’m really looking forward to it. I’m used to lecturing at Washington University, and giving industry tutorials, and making business and standards body presentations, but a public lecture like this is is something different!
And this is a really interesting topic, too. I’ll be talking about Stuxnet, and other industrial cyber espionage. I’ll get to talk about the attacks on Google originating from China. I’ll talk about hacking as a weapon in various conflicts between Russia and former Soviet republics.
Of course, I’ll try to educate about computer and Internet security, drawing some examples from my techno thriller cyber crime mystery Counting from Zero. While it is mainly about cyber crime for profit, the techniques and attacks are similar.
If you are in St Louis, it would be great to see you there. If not, maybe I’ll post a recording or at least my slides on this blog.