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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
In this edition: Israeli research on online privacy | U.S. to discuss Cyber Legislation this summer | Russian cyber community wants creation of an Information and Defense Ministry | Jail for Saudi editor who discussed religion online | Expert speaks on Islamic inspired cyber terrorism | Terror cyber-indoctrination in Syria | Japan and the E.U. on the way to their first cyber agreement | British IT workers targeted by foreign intelligence agencies
In this edition: Developments in IDF cyber campaign for officials | Revelations about secret Israeli cyber unit, S-74 | Heartbleed bug takes general public by storm | FBI informant related to campaign of cyber-attacks against foreign countries | Hagel urges trilateral work for threat assessment, cybersecurity | Russian cyber-attack threat to western financial system | Saudi Arabia ranks second in Gulf for exposure to cyber attacks | Iran calls for broader international campaign against cyber crime | SEA attacks RSA conference | Chinese cyber spying campaign targets Australian Parliament | A new chief to British communication intelligence agency | Increasing costs of cyber-attacks defenses | (ISC)2 launches new European qualification | New cyber search engine for buying illegal products
Future drone attacks could be more pervasive and less constrained by access permissions and host country support, once the US Navy goal to integrate...
In this edition: Israel well prepared against cyber-attacks | New cyber centers being developed in Israeli universities | U.S. government suggest private companies share cyber-threat information | Foreign social networks banned in Russia | Iranian and Syrian cyber-attack activity on the rise | Japan and U.S. hold second cyber security cooperation meeting | The British GCHQ to approve U.K. postgraduate degrees in cyber security
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
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
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
This spring with the aid of a small, unmanned drone more than half a ton of cocaine was confiscated — signaling the first time...
College students can be flunked for cut-and-paste reports, think tankers can be embarrassed, Defense News staff writers can be fired, but not, apparently, members...
France has requested buying 16 U.S. General-Atomics (GA-ASI) MQ-9 Reaper Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA), a sale that could top US$1.5 bn., The first two will be delivered this year with the remaining shipped in late 2015 or early 2016.
The finalized bill sets the DoD’s base budget at $527.7 billion which is $1.7 billion more than the president requested, but represents a reduction of $29 billion from current spending levels. However, according to Defense secretary Panetta, Congress was too generous in allocating $74 billion in funding programs the military does not need, does not want, and previously scheduled for termination.
On 21 December, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) notified Congress of a possible sale of four Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Block 30(I) Global Hawk UAVs to the Republic of Korea (ROK) for an estimated sale price of $1.2 billion, almost a year after a proposed Global Hawk purchase was postponed by South Korea, due to concerns related to pricing and aircraft performance. Washington’s foot-dragging on the deal has been a major disappointment for South Korean leaders and military commanders.
The Boeing Company has selected Elbit Systems to provide advanced avionics systems for its fighter aircraft. Elbit Systems’ Brazilian subsidiary AEL Sistemas S.A. of Porto Alegre is positioned to become a key member in the program, supporting Boeing's F/A-18E/F bid for the FX-2 in Brazil