Type: Academic clubAvailable To: Undergraduate and Graduate
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(Fulfills the general education requirement in communications.) A study of business communication management in a military context. The objective is to develop appropriate and effective communication products for military audiences and within military environments through the application of accepted business communication practices. Topics include communication theories; research methods; organization of information; formats; writing and editing strategies; and techniques for guiding subordinate communication, conducting interviews, and managing meetings. Assignments may include making speech presentations; instructing a class; conducting interviews; managing meetings; and writing and editing reports, letters, e-mails, proposals, and personnel evaluations.
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A senior analyst at McAfee that the Olympics more cyber attacks before closing ceremonies. A researcher at ThreatConnect that organizations like Fancy Bear have no reason to stop operations just because they've already stolen and released documents. Even the United States Department of Homeland Security to those traveling to South Korea to remind them to protect themselves against cyber risks.
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Meanwhile, a Russia-linked cyber attack has already documents from other Olympic organizations. The so-called group, or APT28, began its operations in late 2017 -- and , two private cybersecurity firms -- eventually in 2018 outlining the political tensions between IOC officials and World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) officials who are policing Olympic athletes. It also released documents specifying exceptions to anti-doping regulations granted to specific athletes (for instance, one athlete was given an exception because of his ). The most recent Fancy Bear leak exposed details about a Canadian pole vaulter's positive results for cocaine. This group has WADA in the past, specifically during the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Assuming the attribution is right, the action appears to be Russian retaliation for the punitive steps against Russia.
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