et in on the shooter quickly. As for the students, while there's still a lot of information we don't know, your best chance at survival is to move out of the area as quickly as possible. Hiding under desks or in corners provides very little safety, moving is always your best chance of survival. We call it in bodyguard language getting off the X. A moving target is much harder to hit, and every foot you get away from the shooter, the greater your chance of surviving the attack. Even running past the shooter as fast as possible is better than standing still. It sounds counter intuitive, but the shooter is much more in control shooting at stationary targets. Do not be in the X. Move.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Troops in Iraq and Afghanistan have been dealing with IEDs and roadside bombs for over 15 years. As the insurgents got better at disguising bombs, we had to get better at recognizing them. And the FBI got better at tracking them down.
Whether this is the work of one bomber or copycats, the end result is the same: fear and uncertainty. If you weren’t expecting a delivery, or see unattended packages or backpacks in public places, don’t even go near it. Call 911
There's a sweet spot between long, complex passwords and the simple easy-to-guess ones. But not everyone can hit it, and trying to remember 50 passwords for all your accounts is difficult. Password managers help, but biometric identifiers are the future.
This is not a big surprise. The general aviation community take pride in policing themselves, and would rather not have to deal with the TSA like the large airport operators.
Monday, March 19, 2018
These cyberattacks have a purpose, and it not to sit quietly on the network forever. At some point they (or the people that hire them) will seek to disable the system or destroy it. https://t.co/aQktia87DG
This is a man who really can not decide why he is going to act out, but is determined to anyway.