McCarthyism, also known as the Second Red Scare, refers to the political repression and persecution of various politicians, government employees and military personnel, in an attempt to spread the fear of alleged communist and Soviet influence on American institutions and of Soviet espionage in the United States during the late 1940s through the 1950s. After the mid-1950s, Senator Joseph McCarthy, who had spearheaded the campaign and after which the campaign is named, gradually lost his public popularity and credibility after several of his accusations . . .
TABLE OF CONTENTS
United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Information Integrity and National Identity
- QKD versus PQC: A Quantum Showdown? Part 1
- QKD versus PQC: A Quantum Showdown? Part 2
- Avoiding Phantom Risk – Chasing Exploitability, Not Vulnerability
- What is Cyber Leadership?
- It’s Time for Intelligence Teams to Recommend Operational Changes
- The Unintended Consequences of Connectivity: How a Zero Trust Approach Can Shrink the Attack Surface
- Russia and ‘The New Norm’