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Jeffrey Carr
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This was hard for me to write, but I know that there are many founders like myself who have struggled with how to make their company profitable, and how everyone around them paid the price.

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Crushing Force as a Change Agent (or The Bullshit Luxury of 10,000 Failed Attempts)
"I have not failed 10,000 times. I have successfully found  10,000 ways that will not work."  - (Thomas Edison) I’m the founder of a failed cybersecurity startup. Or, to use Edison’s perspective, I’ve successfully found multiple ways for my startup not to m...

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Faith-Based Attribution
"Faith-Based Attribution" is my latest article on the challenges of attributing attacks to the person or entity responsible. Check it out at Medium.com .

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The DNC Breach and the Hijacking of Common Sense
"When you need something to be true, you will look for patterns; you connect the dots like the stars of a constellation. Your brain abhors disorder. You see faces in clouds and demons in bonfires. Those who claim the powers of divination hijack these natura...

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The DNC Hack: Dangers of Playing the Nation State Blame Game
On June 14, the Washington Post reported that the Democratic National Committee had suffered a breach of their network by Russian hacker groups who stole the DNC's opposition research on Donald Trump. The Post's headline read "Russian Government Hackers pen...

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The Next Evolution of Suits and Spooks: Entertainment
I founded Suits and Spooks in 2011 in an effort to make it easier for startup technology companies to engage with the Intelligence Community; a problem based largely back then on an antiquated acquisition system. A lot has changed in five years, and so has ...

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How Common Is It To Underestimate Customer Acquisition Costs?
I'm not a marketing guy. I always figured that if you build a solution that solves a hard problem, the customers will come. Right now, every marketing guy reading this is falling down laughing, but I really did believe that. In 2011 and 2012, after partici...

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Cyber Espionage's Three-Legged Stool Dilemma
Cyber espionage is a worldwide multi-billion dollar problem for every technologically advanced nation; even the ones that the U.S. traditionally considers its adversaries (Russia and China).  Think of it as a stool with three legs: Targets (High Value Techn...

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Don't miss this workshop on ISIL, Terrorism, Technology and the Law coming up next Tuesday in Washington D.C.

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Attend Our Counterterrorism Workshop on March 29 in Washington DC
ISIL, aka ISIS or The Daesh, has claimed responsibility for yesterdays suicide bomber attacks in Brussels which targeted transportation hubs.  Government and corporate employees are invited to attend Taia Global's one­ day workshop on Terrorism, Technology ...
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