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On ResearchGate: Researchers render cyberspace like a 3D video game ... by Katherine Lindemann

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On ResearchGate: Researchers render cyberspace like a 3D video game to make identifying threats easier

24th July 2017 by Katherine Lindemann

Cybersecurity analysts may soon be able to travel through cyberspace like outer space and see attacks with the naked eye.

On ResearchGate: Researchers render cyberspace like a 3D video game to make identifying threats easier
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Well done.
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It's look months of software development to get to this stage.

If I commanded an army of software developers, I could change the world and the future of cyberspace and cyber defense, for sure!

But I don't ... (sigh)
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If I commanded an army of software developers
LOL. If i had a billion dollars - it wouldn't change anything, but at least I'd be stinking rich. ;-)

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But I don't ... (sigh)
Oh, my! Me neither.

Anyway - well done and i am glad you get the recognition you deserve.

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