Saturday, 29 March 2008
Truth is, they just made a training course that emulates my brain
Its Called "See inside a computer hackers brain"
Yes, its held in America
They know how i think
Somehow they've got the inside line on me
Someone worked out how i think
Somehow they hacked my brain, whilst i wasn't even looking
So whats the point?
Everytime i think, every time i do, they know me
So whats the point?
Everytime i sense, every time i feel, they know me
So whats the point?
Yep, i reckon that i'm on computer hard disk now
In the memory
On the big screen
Type in my name
Now i'm classified as Hacker type 34
A biometric finger print of lil old me
Wait a minute.
It cannot be true
I'm 78100 computer hackers, not one or two
Its not really possible to see inside my brain
Since there are actually 70 billion pieces of my DNA deployed in different terrain
So don't waste your time, trying to record every part
Because tomorrow i will make 10'000 other hydra pieces
Each one - absolute pure art!
Friday, 28 March 2008
Thursday, 27 March 2008
Anyone can become a White Hat. Anyone! Not anyone can be the best athlete or a brain surgeon, but anyone can become a White Hat. It means in reality that anyone can become an artist, because that is what white hat hackers are. They are skilled craftsmen that through their hands and minds create powerful online expressions that help save peoples lives. In fact I would go to say that they will become the Galileo's, the Einstein’s, the Da Vinci's of their day, only they will go one step further than the fore mentioned.
They are the artists who have the most remarkable of all missions. To rid the world of evil and bring freedom to all through their work. What artist of yesterday, today or tomorrow will truly be able to say they had such power to move hearts and minds of whole nations away from evil and tyranny towards fair and reasonable behaviour? The "white hat" hacker is truly going to have an impact on what we know today as art. White Hats are going to give new meaning to art that will not be accepted by the establishment, yet will not be able to be denied by it either.
Wednesday, 26 March 2008
Blogging is a marvellous form of communication, you never really know which direction your editorial will take, which is of course dependent upon the interests of your readers. Our original thoughts were to be able to develop a resource to educate and inspire senior management to think more creatively about the kinds of risk that they might be susceptible too from numerous influences in the future.
It seems from the response, that we have certainly achieved that objective, but with one interesting twist. It seems that Brand Killer Robots has been just as interesting to students than the long serving investment banker and the like.
One particular line of communication has opened up with a young inventor who wishes us to represent his biometric handwriting product to financial services organisations. His product is apparently one of the first of its kind and we do very much believe the story behind the idea.
If you can tie a signature to a particular person, without doubt they created it - how important would that be in the field of data assurance and forensic analysis? The biometric is patent pending and applications have been developed and now take the form of pen systems and digital writing pads. All that is required is for managers to introduce the technology to field trials on selective projects.
It seems that whilst the concept is compelling and all are in agreement of its potential, there are three primary concerns preventing the uptake of the technology:
1. Extensive testing of the technology and associated output data is a requirement prior to client engagement with the technology.
2. UK Courts to recognise digitally produceble analogue handwriting signature data as a basis of evidence, in support of cases.
3. Clients would expect to engage with the technology with a mature information security provider who would need to licence the technology from the inventor.
So whilst we started out writing a blog, we have become very differently involved with some of our readers and we look forward to extending our services to other interested readers in the future.
Tuesday, 25 March 2008
As the markets crash and burn we write with some concern over a very recent revelation relating to the nature and style of investment management, here in the UK. Concern was raised when we witnessed the personal assasaination of one of the countries finest entrepreneurs, by another group of leading entrepreneurs. It appears that this person (who incidently) built a £100million brand starting from a kitchen table, is now apparently without good name, because the banks wouldn't lend certain sums to assure the future of the company. It appears that in order for the brand to survive that it must be acquired and money pumped into it by other (supposedly) more effective entrepreneurs. So this person walks away without a company, without a brand, without a job and most importantly - with reputation in tatters. Even worse is the fact that this person gets to see other less caring souls take over the baby that he had created. Haunted each and every day by what happened in the past, constantly aware of how the company is performing in the here and now and still feverishly pouring over the forecasts of the future of the company. Whilst all the time feeling bitter enough to secretly hope that the company takes a downward turn and for people to then say "told you so - they should never have got rid of me".
Our very real concern is that UK LTD/PLC is being hijaaked by Spin Jockeys (asset strippers, financial conjurers and ego maniacs), leaving little room for the entrepreneurs who actually develop the brands in the first place. Are we in danger of replacing creativity, integrity and hard working entrepreneurs with Spin Jockeys who know how to cut n paste business models and massage the meta money structures - but add little to the real potential of UK LTD/PLC and almost nothing to the real growth of our markets.
Whilst the real entrepreneur sits at home or does very little in comparison to their potential, the money making machine operators make the brand dance to the dismal tune of the latest disaffected CEO and the company walks uninspiringly into the wall of depression.
Should we be doing more to help those people who have contributed to building the markets, or to the parasites, crazy makers and con artists that are currently entrenched in positions that they are unworthy of?
Sunday, 23 March 2008
Saturday, 22 March 2008
Making us easy prey for the biggest con-men of all -
From the 2007 book --- The Matrix Hackers
Friday, 21 March 2008
Thursday, 20 March 2008
Wednesday, 19 March 2008
I mean its paying the bills at least!
Better work on my courage!
Monday, 17 March 2008
You can also learn a lot from the enemies of your enemies!
Sunday, 16 March 2008
We danced in the sunshine in the mid morning, with those who know and who dare
Saturday, 15 March 2008
Friday, 14 March 2008
Wednesday, 12 March 2008
Saturday, 8 March 2008
Are Websites for Whistleblowers "Imagination without reason or worse still - imagination without foundation?"
Friday, 7 March 2008
Thursday, 6 March 2008
After the intial rants of who could have done it and who had the most to gain, everyone calmed down and called up the local website hosting company. Only to get the response that they only hosted the website and that another company appeared to hold the domain name. Upon further investigation it transpired that the domain name was in fact registered in the name of a former employee and ex Director of the company.
After some fairly frank exchanges between the Directors it further transpired that this individual was more likely to be acting maliciously and would have deliberately misdirected the domain in order to sabotage the business. In fact this was the worse kind of sabotage - this was premediated and calculated sabotage. Designed to have the maximum impact at the most important time for the company.
It took the directors 2 weeks to get the site back online, costing thousands in legal fees, at an unspecified cost to the brand and the company profit.
Advice being, always make sure that it isn't just the tangible things (like the keys to the company car) that are handed over at the time of directors departure. Also ensure that the intangibles are extracted too.
Wednesday, 5 March 2008
Predictive intelligence means bounding the space of future uncertainties within an estimative framework!
Tuesday, 4 March 2008
By changing your patent language - you can use a patent strategy called "Many Faces, Many Places!
Monday, 3 March 2008
It is true that there are many layers of innovation above the current implemented layer of technology. Some of these innovation layers are already perceived by innovators and have been mapped into Patent applications. Over and above this, there are many areas of innovation still available to be mapped into patents.
Brand Killer Robots therefore have two perspectives:
1. Attack existing patent application spaces by finding vulnerabilities and then re-apply for much enhanced counter patents.
2. Perceive new innovations and apply for new patents.
Over the past 6 months we have received a great deal of interest in this blog, much of which has come from talent scouts, high-tech providers, financial investors and government institutions.
We call on commercial organisations around the world to consider this question!
Just who is the best department to be heading up your business security?
Should it be operations, IT or marketing? Just what type of level of person do you require? Should their background be technical, intelligence based or business management. Are they tactical focused, strategic minded or both? Are they concentrated on inside issues, external considerations or competitor focused? Do they deal with policy making, procedure biased or totally fluid in their approach?
Are they architects, designers, builders, testers or QA men? Are they offense or defense driven or both? Does their remit cover a specific area of the business dynamic or do they see security as a multi-dimensional, multi-faceted enterprise wide responsibility? Are they commercially astute and see business security as a strategic weapon for defeating their enemies (the competition) or do they take an approach that is simply concentrated on maintaining the security dynamic?
Just what type of animal is the best to be running your business security capability?
When conducting an audit on your business security, concentrate on discovering the gaps between the various security officer remits and not so much on the effectiveness of what is covered. Consider the patterns of attack that are possible in these gaps and the effectiveness of the security organisation to respond. Concentrate on patterns of attack that cross departmental borders and those that use multi-faceted, multi-functional-level methods of attack.
Ask any security manager to describe the remit he covers, then consider the wider picture of business security and you will begin to understand the problem.
After many years of considering this problem, our recommedations are to appoint a small team of seasoned "Competitive Intelligence Officers" as the key custodians of security in your business. These people would be supported by relevant specialist security officers and would report directly to the CEO.These would be the best people to lead commercial security in the 21st Century?
For a detailed profile of the ultimate security team email email@example.com
Sunday, 2 March 2008
Behold: the mind of the Predator: Let it not be in You? Lest you use it to counter the predators tactics.
Have you ever followed someone home in the dark? Do you feel their fear? Do they keep looking back? Can you sense their anguish as you draw closer? Never knowing whether you might take them from behind. Pulling them to the floor. Devouring them piece by piece as their screams go unheard. Understand that this is the condition of the predatory mind. Can you feel the power of the predator? Can you feel the power of the dark side? Its attraction is strong and there are many who have crossed over, never to find their way back again. In the days when man had to hunt to feed his family these predatory instincts were vital to his survival.
Today the predatory mind is used to covet other people’s possessions, to subvert good causes and to spread the influence of the devil to the far corners of the earth.
SEEK IT NOT, FOR IT WILL SEEK YOU – BEWARE!!!
Do you recognise the power of the predatory mind? Have you seen it before? Either in yourself or the actions of others? Would the world be a better place full of predators, or would it be a better place without predators? Without those who pretend that humanity is somehow in need of such flawed attributes? Behold: the mind of the Predator:
Let it not be in You? Lest you use it to counter the predators tactics.
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Saturday, 1 March 2008
Free to safeguard our nation and free to someday take up a senior position with one of the most prestigious organisations in the world.