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Textron Systems to Supply SCTV Armored Vehicles to Ukraine

Textron Systems announced today the first export sale of its SCTV (Survivable Combat Tactical Vehicle) to the Ukraine. In 2015 the US Government has agreed to deliver Ukraine 200 HMMWVs from US military surplus; Some of these vehicles will be converted by Ukroboronprom into SCTV, using Textron delivered kits.

The International Brigade to be Activated in Poland This Year

Defence Ministers of of Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine have agreed to establish an international brigade manned with units from the three armies, following the LITPOLUKRBRIG formation agreement signed in September 2014. The new formation will help infuse western standards and methodologies into the Ukrainian military, paving the way to closer integration of NATO standards.

Iran’s cruise missile could strike targets beyond 2000 km

Iran unveiled today a new, long range surface-launched cruise missile designed for land-attack. The cruise missile called 'Soumar' was presented today. The missile is believed to be one of the variants of the 'Meshkat' cruise missile announced in 2012. Meshkat is believed to be a reverse engineered version of the Russian Kh55 cruise missile, transferred by Ukraine to Iran in 2001.

Cyber Intelligence Report – June 1, 2014

In this edition: Physical cyber infrastructure failure | Israeli insurance industry involved in cyber security | BlackShade arrests cause largest international cyber crackdown | Five Chinese military officers indicted for cyber espionage activities | Anonymous planning major cyber-attack on World Cup corporate sponsors | Russia involved in cyber spying operation in Belgium | Russian hackers cripple Ukraine's network ahead of presidential vote | The Wall Street Journal Twitter hacked by the SEA | Iranian espionage through social media revealed | South Korea developing new cyber technologies in cooperation with U.S. | UK: A bilateral agreement with Israel on Cyber Defense | French Ministry of Defense establishing new data center

The Ukrainian crisis – a cyber warfare battlefield

The crisis in Ukraine was the largest battlefield of cyber war since Russia's cyber-attacks on Estonia in 2007 and Georgia in 2008. Russian cyber operations in Ukraine were based on the experience and lessons learned from previous attacks; they haven't left 'fingerprints' leading to the sources. Russia has managed to hit almost all Ukraine government websites and it was able to take control and to put on surveillance and monitoring all the Internet and telephone communications lines, before the invasion and occupation of Crimea by its military.

Cyber Intelligence Report – April 1, 2014

In this edition: Cyber Attacks vs Cyber Defense | #OpIsraelBirthday promises damage to Israel via cyberspace | US signs agreement with EU on cyber issues | The US Defense planning to increase cyber workforce by 2016 | Russia deploying highly sophisticated cyber weapons | First global cybersecurity conference in Abu Dhabi | China training cops for cyber war | Palo Alto opened cyber security lab in Singapore | Romania is world's top hacking and global cyber-attack country | UK launched Computer Emergency Response Team after delay | TOR escalates in hiding criminal activity

Cyber Intelligence Report – March 26, 2014

In this edition: Two weeks of diverse cyber-attacks in Israeli cyberspace | SEA claims to have succeeded in hacking CENTCOM | Russian citizens called for terrorist activities on social networks | Kuwait urges Arab countries to unite against security challenges| Kenya’s ministry of transport website hacked | New Chinese stealth fighter aircraft created because of cyber-spying operation | UK expanding cyber training to children | NATO websites targeted by Ukrainian cyber-attack | Latvia establishing new Cyber Defense Unit

Cyber Intelligence Report – March 18, 2014

In this edition: Israel - New opportunities in cyber security | Anonymous member sentenced to 12 years of prison in U.S. | White House announces voluntary Cybersecurity Framework | Russian - largest spam contributer | The Russian roots of Uroburos cyber malware | UAE invests in cyber security | FC Barcelona Twitter account hacked by SEA | China planning to be strong Internet power | New cyber defense headquarters in France | Netherlands shut down Darknet website

Poland is Interested in Ukraine Anti-Tank Missiles

The Defense Ministry of Poland is considering purchasing anti-tank missiles from the Ukraine as part of the implementation of a weapons modernization program. According...

Enhancing the Royal Thai Army

In recent years the Ukraine is becoming a dominant player in the Thai defense market, particularly in all matters related to land combat. Since...

Fact or Fiction? Russian Arm’s Sale to China

In response to a 25 March Chinese announcement of a major arm’s deal between Moscow and Beijing, Russia denied the deal ever exist. We can only speculate as to the validity of the Chinese claims that the deal was signed or if the Russian denial is a firm fact, a temporary postponement, or a ruse designed to mislead for unknown reasons.

Kazakhstan to Jointly Produce Ukrainian BTR-4 APCs

An unexpected agreement was signed at Kadex 2012 Show by the representatives of Kiev and Astana about a local production of the Ukrainian 8x8...

Ethiopia Orders 200 Upgraded T-72s from Ukraine

Ethiopia has ordered more than 200 T-72 upgraded tanks from Ukraine, in a deal worth over US$100 million. State controlled arms exporter Ukrspecexport SC has signed the contract yesterday with the Defense Ministry of Ethiopia.

FBI Clamp Down an International Cyber Network

The FBI arrested 20 persons suspected to be members and operators in an international cyber crime network charged with bank fraud scheme. The network...