Russia has integrated electronic warfare capabilities into its conventional warfare assets to achieve spectacular results in real battle scenarios such as in Syria, a leading expert on the Kremlins armed forces said Monday. Roger McDermott, a senior research fellow in war studies at Kings College London cited their recent response to...
Belgian Defence has ordered Termas ylon Integrated Dispensing System (PIDS+) configuration pylons for its fleet of F-16 fighter jets. According to company press release, all of the original European Participating Air Forces (EPAF) countries – Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, and Belgium – have now ordered the Terma PIDS+ pylons for their...
Stryke Industries LLC announced Thursday the contract awarded by the US Army to supply artificial intelligence technology, as part of the U.S
Israels largest bank Poalim Bank and prime aerospace and aviation manufacturer Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) have announced collaboration for leveraging Blockchain technology to create innovative cyber solutions. The joint research undertaken by the two companies will examine how Blockchain, the innovative technology at the basis of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, could...
The Indonesian Cyber and Intelligence Agency (BSSN) has been placed under direct presidential control, an order this effect was issued by the office of President Joko Widodo on December 16, 2017. According to Presidential Regulation No
China on Tuesday unveiled a Cybersecurity Innovation Center (CIC) to develop cyber defense systems ‘to help win future cyber wars. The CIC was set up under the instruction of the Central Commission for Integrated Military and Civilian Development and related military bodies, which will also supervise and manage the center during its operation by one of Chinas leading cybersecurity companies, 360 Enterprise Security Group, Chinamil website reported today
In a first for a Singapore Government agency, selected ‘white hat hackers from around the world will test major Ministry of Defence (MINDEF)s Internet-facing systems for vulnerabilities (or "bugs"), and will receive rewards (or "bounties") for doing so. The MINDEF's Defence Cyber Chief, Mr David Koh, announced the MINDEF Bug Bounty Programme on the sidelines of his visit to the Cyber Defence Test and Evaluation Centre (CyTEC) on Tuesday
Cyber-security firm, Kaspersky Lab will provide the source code of its software including software updates and threat-detection rules updates for independent review and assessment as part of its Global Transparency Initiative (GTI). Kaspersky Lab today announced the launch of its GTI as part of its ongoing commitment to protecting customers from cyber-threats, regardless of their origin or purpose
Leonardo, working in partnership with the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency), has completed the rollout of its cyber monitoring and response service to a number of additional NATO headquarters. The service, called NATO Cyber Incident Response Capability – Full Operational Capability (NCIRC-FOC), sees a combined Leonardo and NCI Agency staff of around 200 computer security experts provide a rapid-response cyber defence capability, around the clock, to more than 70,000 NATO users around the world
Cybersecurity firm BAE Systems Plc said on Monday that North Korean hacker group is likely responsible for a cyber-theft of $60 million from Taiwans Far Eastern International Bank. The cyberattack, in which malware was used to steal the money through the international Swift banking network, bore “some of the hallmarks” of Lazarus, a hacking group linked to North Korea, according to the British Firm
North Korean hackers have allegedly stolen large cache of military documents from South Korea including a plan to assassinate their Norths leader Kim Jong-un. The compromised documents include wartime contingency plans drawn up by the US and South Korea and also include reports to the allies senior commanders, Rhee Cheol-hee, a South Korean lawmaker was quoted as saying
The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has revealed that a cyber-hack last year gained access to the restricted technical information on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, Australian naval vessels and defense aircraft. According to ASD incident response manager Mitchell Clarke, the cyber thief hacked into the network of a 50-person aerospace engineering firm that subcontracts to the Department of Defence