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What happens when a fan presents Dr. Who star David Tennant with a tiny cow? Hilarity ensues! (note: we were in the audience this morning, but this isn't my video)
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Want to see a rocket launch with your Sunday evening dinner? SpaceX will be launching the DSCOVR satellite at 6:10pm ET tonight. Although we won't see it live, they will also be trying again to land the 14-story first stage of the rocket on a barge floating at see - which will be historic if they succeed. Check it all out here! #NASA #NOAA #SpaceX #Falcon9 http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html#.VNfomVPSlHc
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"It's an amazing story, but only a story" - an interesting but ultimately improbable scenario for rescuing the crew of Columbia. This would make a great movie in the vein of "Gravity."
The untold story of the rescue mission that could have been NASA's finest hour.
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With the recent rash of security vulnerabilities in web browser plugins, here is a good tool to check to make sure you have the latest and greatest versions of the major plugins - Java, Flash, Adobe Reader, Quicktime, Silverlight, and maybe others. Not a bad time to check, because on top of the recent issues with Java, there's another serious issue with Flash that surfaced today.
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This one could be bad - or at least that's my initial gut reaction.  Time to put the Java browser plug-ins to rest for good? #infosec 
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Another launch NASA Social / Tweetup opportunity! Any NASA Social event is worth attending, but for me, there's nothing quite as magical as watching a launch as NASA's guest. All they ask is that you share what you learn with your circles. And, you will see amazing things and learn more than you can imagine. Apply now!
 
What is NASA's new mission to study the Van Allen Belts? Want to see the twin Radiation Belt Storm Probes launch? Register now for the #NASASocial http://go.nasa.gov/MGtJZX
NASA will host a two-day event for 50 social media followers on August 22-23, 2012, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA’s twin Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) are scheduled to lift off ...
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While getting into a NASA Social / NASA Tweetup event can be a long shot since a lot of folks apply (and even fewer spots are available this time), these are simply incredible, life-changing events! And even more so when there is a launch involved. This one will be a chance to see history in the making, as SpaceX continues developing a revolutionary rocket and spacecraft that may be flying astronauts to the International Space Station in a few years. Consider applying if you can be there!
 
Registration is open for the NASA Social with SpaceX! It closes tomorrow at noon ET. Hurry up and click here to be a part of it: http://www.nasa.gov/connect/social/social_spacex_043012.html
NASA and SpaceX will host a two-day event for 50 of its social media followers on April 29-30, 2012, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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For any of my #infosec  friends who still need to pick up a #valentines card for their significant other - one of these may have you covered: http://www.chicagonow.com/listing-toward-forty/2015/02/valentines-day-cards-for-infosec-geeks/
Information security specialists are not just people who nag you about strong passwords and not clicking on strange things. We are also people. People with hearts. People with hearts that love. I’ve made some Valentine’s Day cards for my fellow infosec geeks. Enjoy. You have my permission to save, print, and share these valentines with those... <a href="http://www.chicagonow.com/listing-toward-forty/2015/02/valentines-day-cards-for-infosec-geeks/...
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Attention all #infosec  professionals, bookmark this timesaving tool now: http://www.ranum.com/security/computer_security/editorials/generator/index.html
My Comments on the breach at [$COMPANY_NAME$]. I heard about the breach at [$COMPANY_NAME$] and the [$BREACH_QUANTITY$] [$DATA_TYPE$ one of "credit card", "patient record", "social security number", "user login", "hashed passwords", "national security secrets", "Hollywood star's 'selfies'"] ...
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Interested in a free online course on software security? NC State's Computer Science department has you covered! Starting next Monday, October 13th, Dr. Laurie Williams and Dr. Emerson Murphy-Hill will be teaching a "MOOC" (Massively Open Online Course) that covers the following topics:

- Security risk management
- Security testing
- Secure coding techniques
- Security requirements, validation and verification

For more information, see:

https://ncsu-secure-software.appspot.com/softwaresecurity

#infosec   #ncsu  #ncstate #softwaresecurity
Software Security. Starts October 13, 2014! This MOOC introduces students to the discipline of designing, developing, and testing secure and dependable software-based systems. Students will be exposed to the techniques needed for the practice of effective software security techniques.
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Hi,

Thanks for sharing this.  (I got a re-share of this in my stream.)  Do you happen to know anything about the course?  It says it is supposed to start tomorrow, but there is no other information on the page.  I signed up for it, but didn't get email confirmation or any other details.  (Sorry for the random contact out of nowhere, but I thought maybe you might know the people giving the course since you went to NCSU.)
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Watch now!  It's worth staying up late for this...
 
Live from mission control: the Mars Curiosity rover is about 2 hours from landing. Watch live on NASA TV: http://www.nasa.gov/mars  
The Mars Science Laboratory is the most ambitious, complex mission in the history of robotic space exploration. On August 5/6, 2012, the mission will set down a large, mobile laboratory - the dune buggy-sized Curiosity rover - using a new form of precision landing technology that makes many of Mars' most intriguing regions viable destinations for the first time.
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