Cyber Defence

 

Denmark invests in cyber offensive capabilities

Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 1/5/2015

Denmark invests in cyber offensive capabilities - Defence IQ Press

After discovering at least four Danish defence companies, including Novozymes and Terma, Denmark's largest weapons company, were targeted by hackers – probably from China – over a four year period between 2008 and 2012, the country is hitting back with a coordinated cyber security strategy. Full Article »


 

Interview: Brian Contos, Solera Networks

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Posted: 4/5/2013


Interview: Brian Contos, Solera Networks -

Brian Contos, Worldwide VP of Sales Engineering and Professional Services at Solera Networks, pinpoints where the shift in the cyber threat vector lies and how his company provides a solution to a wide range of concerns Full Video »


 

ICS Cyber Security Live Hacking Exercise: Meet The Host -

ICS Cyber Security will be hosting a two-day live hacking exercise specifically to enhance participants' knowledge of protecting industrial control systems within a real-time, realistic environment. This not-to-be-missed experience will be hosted by Matt Luallen, president and co-founder of CYBATI. In this 20 minute podcast interview, Matt introduces himself, along with the benefits of attending the exercise. He also explores his own hands-on perspective on the ICS domain as a whole and what the industry needs to know today for better protection tomorrow. Full Podcast »


 

The main cyber threats target big money

The head of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Troels Oerting, recently admonished businesses that still fail to take cyber threats seriously. Speaking at the tail end of what has become an annual cyber security awareness month, his words underscored the fact that one of the biggest concerns to global stability is in the unknown dangers of an online world rather than those we expect. Full Sector Report »


 



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