Cyber Warfare

The geopolitical row between the United States and China is the great schism of our times. For Cold War warriors such as me, there is something very familiar about the current geopolitical mood. Western concern with the enemy’s new weaponry, its readiness to rewrite the very idea of deterrence and challenge the world order, the […]

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There are many front lines in the battle to secure cyberspace for any given business: hackers, nation states, corporate espionage, supply chain security, AI-powered cyber tools, and ratcheting-up risks with the Internet of Things. All these facets—together with the tech companies carving a path through the dangers to take control in the ever-shifting state of […]

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ON A COLD spring day, crowds of Japanese gather to peer at the hulking grey ship moored in the port of Yokosuka, just south of Tokyo. The Izumo, the country’s largest warship, has attracted attention at home and abroad since December, when Japan’s government announced that it would upgrade her. Her deck, and that of […]

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FBI Director Christopher Wray; CIA Director Gina Haspel; Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats; Gen. Robert Ashley, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency; Gen. Paul Nakasone, director of the National Security Agency; and Robert Cardillo, director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency testify at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on worldwide threats Jan. 29 in Washington, […]

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2006 Assange creates Wikileaks with a group of like-minded activists and IT experts to provide a secure way for whistleblowers to leak information. He quickly becomes its figurehead and a lightning rod for criticism. 2010 March: U.S. authorities allege Assange engaged in a conspiracy to hack a classified U.S. government computer with former Army intelligence analyst […]

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The emerging space scenario Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently announced the successful test-firing of a rocket, which shot down one of its live satellites orbiting about 186 miles above the earth at a velocity of nearly 17,000 miles per hour. It considered the test safe enough for debris to fall down to earth in […]

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Photo By Petty Officer 2nd Class William Sykes | 190405-N-XK809-1034 FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (April 5, 2019) Capt. Michael Tanner,…… read more … read more at: https://www.dvidshub.net/news/318306/reserve-ip-officers-meet-annual-symposium

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FORT POLK, La. (KALB) – Soldiers in the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division are facing a more modern enemy as part of their rotation at Fort Polk’s Joint Readiness Training Center this month to make sure they’re ready for any conflict. Soldiers in the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division are in […]

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DUBAI: Saudi Arabia is the target of the highest number of cyberattacks in the Middle East, with over 160,000 hitting servers every day. The aim of the attackers is simple: To cripple the national economy by targeting the online systems of public and private sector organizations. Despite being one of the more technologically advanced nations […]

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