More than a year after a drowned Syrian toddler washed up on a beach in Turkey, the tiny refugee’s body, captured in a photograph that shocked the world, reappeared on computer screens across Saudi Arabia — this time as a prelude to a cyber attack. The strike last month disabled thousands of computers across multiple […]

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Not unexpectedly, cybersecurity over confidential information stored on computers and transmitted over the Internet is a growing issue. Government and private data storage and transmission are vulnerable to ‘hackers’ ranging from individuals motivated by perverse satisfaction, companies stealing technology and intellectual property for profit, to governments involved in espionage and counter-espionage. Cyberwarfare capabilities, which involve […]

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By Gil Baram* From the early days of statehood, technology occupied a prominent place in Israel’s national security concept as it sought to establish a qualitative edge over its vastly more populated and better endowed Arab adversaries. In the past few years, a new tech-nological challenge, that of cyber warfare, has grown to the point […]

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By Press Association Published: 01:50 EST, 9 December 2016 | Updated: 01:50 EST, 9 December 2016 e-mail The threats posed by cyber attacks are still greatly underestimated by the majority of Britons, new research from BT claims. The telecoms giant found that 60% believe they are more likely to be the… read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/pa/article-4015580/Cyber-threat-underestimated-despite-risks-high-burglary-survey-shows.html

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Not unexpectedly, cybersecurity over confidential information stored on computers and transmitted over the Internet is a growing issue. Government and private data storage and transmission are vulnerable to ‘hackers’ ranging from individuals motivated by perverse satisfaction, companies stealing technology and intellectual property for profit, to governments involved in espionage and counter-espionage. Cyberwarfare capabilities, which involve […]

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The Senate passed the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act Thursday, and delivered it to President Barack Obama to sign. Marine Commandant Robert Neller said just prior to the vote that the bill, which strengthens front-end ground troop levels, would allow the Marines to devote more human resources to cyber, information operations, intelligence analysis, and electronic warfare […]

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