Category Archives: Cyberterrorism

In the News: Cyberterrorism

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano recently said that cyberterrorism is now our biggest security challenge.  Here’s a video of the news program Energy Now (uploaded August 16, 2011) with James Woosley, former head of the CIA under the Clinton Administration.

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Cyberattack on Twitter

On Thursday, Twitter was attacked for a second time in recent months by a group calling themselves the Iranian Cyber Army.  The strike re-directed traffic to an anti-American message.  Click here to read about the attack in an article from … Continue reading

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Introduction to Disaster Planning for Libraries

Click here to view an 8:51 screencast that I did of the importance of disaster planning in libraries.  The focus of the screencast is on major disasters that can greatly impact library operations.

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Trends

Every morning, I spend about 20 minutes looking over my RSS news feeds, all related to emergency preparedness.  Currently, most of the news is about the just-ended hurricane season, however, I’ve noticed a trend toward a greater concern about the … Continue reading

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