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The Moscow Times
Russian Military Launches Cybertraining Program for YouthThe Russian military launched a new cybersecurity training program for young mi
Russian Military Launches Cybertraining Program for Youth
The Moscow Times / Posted 12 hours ago
The Russian military launched a new cybersecurity training program for young military cadets at a St. Petersburg military academy on Tuesday, the Defense Ministry was quoted as saying by the RIA Novosti news agency. “The unique educational... Read more
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iol.co.za
Cyber squad for SAAPThe new bill allows for fines of up to R10m, and/or 10 years jail, to be impo
Cyber squad for SA
iol.co.za / Posted 15 hours ago
APThe new bill allows for fines of up to R10m, and/or 10 years jail, to be imposed in the event of a guilty verdict for unlawfully accessing or intercepting national critical information infrastructure and critical data. Photo: Altaf Qadri Durban -... Read more
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Business Insider
Russia and China could be 'making it impossible for the US to hide' its intelligence activitiesREUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonChina's President Xi Jinping (front), Russia's President
Russia and China could be 'making it impossible for the US to hide' its intelligence activities
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonChina's President Xi Jinping (front), Russia's President Vladimir Putin (2nd row), and U.S. President Barack Obama (3rd row) walk as they take part in an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) family photo inside the... Read more
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Norwalk Reflector
China and Russia are cross-indexing hacked data to target US spiesWASHINGTON — Foreign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressi
China and Russia are cross-indexing hacked data to target US spies
Norwalk Reflector / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON — Foreign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressively aggregating and cross-indexing hacked U.S. computer databases — including security clearance applications, airline records and medical insurance forms — to identify... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
China and Russia are cross-indexing hacked data to target U.S. spies, officials sayForeign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressively aggregat
China and Russia are cross-indexing hacked data to target U.S. spies, officials say
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
Foreign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressively aggregating and cross-indexing hacked U.S. computer databases — including security clearance applications, airline records and medical insurance forms — to identify U.S.... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
China and Russia are cross-indexing hacked data to target U.S. spies, officials sayForeign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressively aggregat
China and Russia are cross-indexing hacked data to target U.S. spies, officials say
Sun-Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Foreign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressively aggregating and cross-indexing hacked U.S. computer databases — including security clearance applications, airline records and medical insurance forms — to identify U.S.... Read more
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Business Insider
The US may have to go after the 'Great Firewall' to stop China's cyber-attacksAs the world recalls how two atomic bombs were dropped on Japan to end the seco
The US may have to go after the 'Great Firewall' to stop China's cyber-attacks
Business Insider / Posted 2 days ago
As the world recalls how two atomic bombs were dropped on Japan to end the second world war in Asia 70 years ago, a digital deterrent of a similar magnitude could be Washington’s only way to stop cyber attacks from the latest Asian aggressor, China,... Read more
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Daily Mail
British ISIS computer hacker is killed in US drone strike in SyriaMrs Terror's husband is killed in drone strike in Syria: US confirm jihadi grou
British ISIS computer hacker is killed in US drone strike in Syria
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Mrs Terror's husband is killed in drone strike in Syria: US confirm jihadi group's British cyberwar chief dead in direct hit US official said Junaid Hussain was killed in a US drone strike yesterday Hussain, was no.3 on America's ISIS target list... Read more
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New York Magazine
The Key Lesson of the Ashley Madison Hack — Even for Non-AdulterersPhoto: Carl Court/Getty Images It’s a disaster. That's the expert consensus ar
The Key Lesson of the Ashley Madison Hack — Even for Non-Adulterers
New York Magazine / Posted 7 days ago
Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images It’s a disaster. That's the expert consensus around the massive hack of Ashley Madison, the cheater-centric dating website popular with millions of Americans. Not only does the data dump — a stunning ten gigabytes... Read more
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Salon.com
Noam Chomsky: America is the gravest danger to world peaceThroughout the world there is great relief and optimism about the nuclear deal
Noam Chomsky: America is the gravest danger to world peace
Salon.com / Posted 11 days ago
Throughout the world there is great relief and optimism about the nuclear deal reached in Vienna between Iran and the P5+1 nations, the five veto-holding members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany. Most of the world apparently shares the... Read more
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Computing.co.uk
“A lot of attacks from Western countries go through China,” says Bruce SchneierThe former chief technology officer of BT Managed Security Solutions, now CTO a
“A lot of attacks from Western countries go through China,” says Bruce Schneier
Computing.co.uk / Posted 12 days ago
The former chief technology officer of BT Managed Security Solutions, now CTO at Resilient Systems, had expressed scepticism at the time of the attack that the secretive dictatorship had been behind the attack, motivated by the theme of the film: two... Read more
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The Register
Bruce Schneier: 'We're in early years of a cyber arms race'LinuxCon 2015 Security guru Bruce Schneier says there's a kind of cold war now
Bruce Schneier: 'We're in early years of a cyber arms race'
The Register / Posted 13 days ago
LinuxCon 2015 Security guru Bruce Schneier says there's a kind of cold war now being waged in cyberspace, only the trouble is we don't always know who we're waging it against. Schneier appeared onscreen via Google Hangouts at the... Read more
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Slate
Auto Companies Should Be Very Worried About Car Hacking. So Should You.Last month, Wired published an article with a headline that sounds like absurdi
Auto Companies Should Be Very Worried About Car Hacking. So Should You.
Slate / Posted 14 days ago
Last month, Wired published an article with a headline that sounds like absurdist science fiction: “Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It.” Two security specialists had figured out how to hack into a Jeep Cherokee’s onboard... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Stuxnet Raises 'Blowback' Risk In CyberwarThe Stuxnet computer worm, arguably the first and only cyber superweapon ever d
Stuxnet Raises 'Blowback' Risk In Cyberwar
KPBS San Diego / Posted 17 days ago
The Stuxnet computer worm, arguably the first and only cyber superweapon ever deployed, continues to rattle security experts around the world, one year after its existence was made public. Apparently meant to damage centrifuges at a uranium... Read more
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The Star
Hackers want attention, say expertsKUALA LUMPUR: Cyber attacks and threats from hackers can jeopardise national se
Hackers want attention, say experts
The Star / Posted 19 days ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Cyber attacks and threats from hackers can jeopardise national security at large even if they are not politically motivated, said local experts. Cyber warfare experts believe hackers just want attention when they try to bring down... Read more
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The Washington Times
Inside the Ring: NSA pinpoints China’s cyberattacksA secret National Security Agency document has revealed the massive nature of C
Inside the Ring: NSA pinpoints China’s cyberattacks
The Washington Times / Posted 20 days ago
A secret National Security Agency document has revealed the massive nature of China’s cyberattacks against the United States, with nearly 700 intrusions in private-sector and government networks. The cyberattacks were outlined on a map that... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Hacking may jeopardise national security, say tech experts Published: 12 August 2015 9:45 PM Cybersecurity experts believe hackers just
Hacking may jeopardise national security, say tech experts
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 20 days ago
Published: 12 August 2015 9:45 PM Cybersecurity experts believe hackers just wanted attention in their move to disturb and bring down democratically elected governments. – Reuters file pic,... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Cruz Stays Above Fray In Combative First GOP Debate (Video)CLEVELAND — If there's one thing Ted Cruz relishes, it's a confrontation. Yet i
Cruz Stays Above Fray In Combative First GOP Debate (Video)
KERA North Texas / Posted 25 days ago
CLEVELAND — If there's one thing Ted Cruz relishes, it's a confrontation. Yet in his first outing on the presidential debate stage, the Texas senator found himself far away from the center of the action, largely above the fray while a handful of foes... Read more
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CNET
American Airlines, Sabre join growing number of China hacking targetsAs if health insurance and government information weren't enough, Chinese hacke
American Airlines, Sabre join growing number of China hacking targets
CNET / Posted 25 days ago
As if health insurance and government information weren't enough, Chinese hackers may be targeting air travel. American Airlines and Sabre, a company that processes airline reservations, may have been hacked by China-based hackers, Bloomberg is... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
As cyberattacks mount, Pentagon looks for ways to retaliateWASHINGTON — A barrage of cyberattacks on government agencies, blue-chip compan
As cyberattacks mount, Pentagon looks for ways to retaliate
Bangor Daily News / Posted 30 days ago
WASHINGTON — A barrage of cyberattacks on government agencies, blue-chip companies and critical infrastructure has prompted Pentagon officials to take a hard look at adapting the military concept that helped keep the world safe from nuclear bombings... Read more

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