“… these men came here – British and our Allies, and Americans – to storm these beaches for one purpose only, not to gain anything for ourselves, not to fulfill any ambitions that America had for conquest, but just to preserve freedom. . . . Many thousands of men have died for such ideals as these. . . but these young boys. . . were cut off in their prime. . . I devoutly hope that we will never again have to see such scenes as these. I think and hope, and pray, that humanity will have learned. . . we must find some way . . . to gain an eternal peace for this world.”
Alex Stamos Alex Stamos, Professor, Freeman-Spogli Institute, Stanford University Alex Stamos is a cybersecurity expert, business leader and entrepreneur working to improve the security and safety of the Internet through his teaching and research at Stanford University. Stamos is an Adjunct Professor at Stanford’s Freeman-Spogli Institute, a William J. Perry Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation, and a visiting scholar at the Hoover Institution.ool of Information
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via the Coordinated Science Laboratory at The Grainger College of Engineering, on the University of Illinois Campus at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois comes news of a tactic utilizing on-board flash memory to outwit ransomware hooligans. But will they make a movie about it? Apparently, they have (download only)...