Cyber Warfare

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN) do not want to lose the cyber war to the opposition during the 14th General Election. Chairman of Umno’s information technology (IT) bureau Datuk Seri Ahmad Maslan said as such, the IT and social media personnel appointed at each of the 191 parliamentary constituencies must play an active […]

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PYONGYANG, Feb. 24 (Xinhua) — The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) Saturday accused the United States of secretly making preparations to wage a large-scale cyberwar on Pyongyang prior to a real military attack. The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) and official daily Rodong Sinmun said the U.S. magazine Foreign Policy has disclosed in […]

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North Korea on Saturday accused the US of secretly making preparations to wage a large-scale cyber war on Pyongyang prior to a military attack. The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) and official daily Rodong Sinmun said the US magazine Foreign Policy has disclosed in its February 15 issue that Washington is ramping up its […]

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Disruptive technological innovations diffuse and reach saturation points in several ways. Often the innovation attracts competition and then sparks price wars or feature function wars — or both — that can lead to margin erosion and commoditization. Another aspect of some disruptions can be international competition and excessive friction between nations. For example, during the […]

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This article first appeared on the American Enterprise Institute site. This column will posit a difficult task for the reader: Focus on the Kremlin, not the Trump White House. While the president may or may not be guilty of the illusive term “collusion,” special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian indictments pose much larger and possibly intractable […]

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Our vulnerability is not just to technology but also human. Omand told participants, “Subversion and sedition is going on day by day. It affects major policy issues such as the future of Ukraine, the Baltics, to survival of our democratic process. Threat intelligence is needed to pull together the different information and spot patterns.” He […]

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Last Friday, the Department of Justice indicted 13 Russians and three Russian companies for interfering with the 2016 elections. Also last week, several countries including the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia, and Denmark accused Russia of being behind last summer’s NotPetya attack. [ How much does a cyber attack really cost? Take a look at […]

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Free Cyberwar Screening at The NZ International Fraud Film Festival Aucklanders are invited to a free screening exploring the grubby professional and personal revelations exposed by the most audacious computer hacks of the decade. Opening day two of the Fraud Film Festival on Saturday March 3 at ASB Waterfront Theatre, two episodes of VICELAND investigative […]

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There should be an international treaty on cyberwarfare that sets clear boundaries for nation states around hacking computer infrastructure, the former director of GCHQ has said. In a wide-ranging interview, Robert Hannigan spelled-out the growing threats cyberwarfare, Russia, and artificial intelligence pose as well as calling for tighter regulation. “We should be looking at some […]

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