NATO has – not surprisingly – been named the winner of the Locked Shield online wargames held last week at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn, Estonia. The 48-hour exercise, which has been held annually for the last five years, simulates a coordinated attack by "Red" forces (a continuing …
Paul Van Riper you say?
No relation to Col Jack D. Riper?
I think I'm learning to stop worrying and learning to love the bomb.
Be suspicious of the losers
No Mr NATAO - here under very public conditions we were totally unable to hack your wonderfully secure systems. We recommend you make no changes to your procedures.
Your Russian friends
If looks could kill...
They probably will...
Andre has a red flag, Chiang Ching's is blue
They all have hills to fly them on except for Lin Tai Yu
Dressing up in costumes, playing silly games
Hiding out in tree-tops shouting out rude names
If posts could bore ..
Dude, wtf ? Why are you simply regurgitating the original lyrics. Couldn't you at least riff on them a little in the spirit of the article ?
They're having a bash for hacks that crash ..
War games without frontiers,
Your post bored me to tears ..
"...would look rather lass pleasing to the military eye."
Aye, it's nice to look at a nice young lassy. Now where's my deep fried Mars bar?
Am I really the first to state...
that the only winning move is not to play?
Re: Am I really the first to state...
It might have been better to ask "Wouldn't you prefer a nice game of chess?"
IMHO in the best war games the home team don't win.
They teach you more lessons.
Especially about acceptable ways to wage war and blind spots.
Which it would appear Mr Riper brilliantly exploited.
I hope some year (not too far from now) someone like him gets to lead Red team.
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