The UK government has published a details-light “cyber security export strategy” intended to help local SMEs win contracts abroad – despite having struggled to boost its own spend with small businesses. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox, who resigned in disgrace as Defence Secretary under David Cameron, strangely pointed to the on-going cyber threats with the […]

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Chinese President Xi Jinping / Getty Images BY: Bill Gertz Follow @BillGertz March 26, 2018 3:03 pm China’s government is engaged in a systematic program of cyber attacks on American and foreign companies, according to a US government trade report made… read more at: http://freebeacon.com/national-security/asia-times-u-s-trade-report-lays-bare-chinese-government-cyber-espionage/

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“This alert [from the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation] provides information on Russian government actions targeting U.S. Government entities as well as organizations in the energy, nuclear, commercial facilities, water, aviation and critical manufacturing sectors.” — Joint DHS and FBI memorandum, March 15, 2018 One curiosity of the cyber-age is […]

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Regulatory Reporting Manager – Corporate Bank To discuss the role in greater detail please contact Edward Manson on 0203 637 1601 or email your CV to [email protected] £80,000-£100,000 basic salary bens, London (Central), London (Greater) … read more at: https://www.risk.net/journal-of-operational-risk/5462036/bridging-networks-systems-and-controls-frameworks-for-cybersecurity-curriculums-and-standards-development

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Protecting exports The Department for International Trade’s (DIT’s) Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU) is the national export licensing body and – supported by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) – will advise companies on when an export licence may be needed. “The licensing process examines each application against the consolidated EU and national arms export […]

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CYBERUK 2018 is fast approaching, and I am really looking forward to spending three days in Manchester from April 10–12 catching up with the great and the good of the U.K. security world. The event offers a chance to rub elbows with established grandees, hear their opinions about future challenges in security and talk to […]

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Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) said about 10 days before the end of the latest continuing resolution that he was optimistic that congressional appropriators would find some money for the Technology Modernization Fund. Margaret Weichert, the deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget, told the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee the […]

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Cyberspy Shannen Rossmiller posed as male Iraqi and Afghan militants in extremist chat rooms to expose weapon caches and bomb plots.Credit: David Howells/Corbis/Getty Computer hacking is becoming more widespread and damaging. Headlines highlight attacks on government agencies, political campaign offices, financial institutions and big corporations. But citizens and consumers are paying a heavy price. In […]

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China’s government is engaged in a systematic program of cyber attacks on American and foreign companies, according to a US government trade report made public last week. The cyber intrusions into corporate networks are one of four areas identified by the office of the US Trade Representative as unfair trading practices. These have prompted the […]

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Britain and the US have issued an unprecedented statement about their plans to develop more offensive and defensive cyberweapons amid growing online threats from Russia and terrorist groups. Jeremy Fleming, the director of GCHQ, General Sir Chris Deverell, the commander of the military force that oversees UK military cyberoperations, and Admiral Mike Rogers, the director […]

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