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Keeping your finger on the pulse of evolving cyber threats is very difficult as they change so frequently and abruptly. In the following interview, IDGA’s Chris Archer explores the current and future landscape of cyber warfare with Scott Borg, CEO of the Cyber Consequ...
"We’re seeing 66,000 pieces of malware a day according to FireEye data; last year it was 20,000 a day and two years ago it was only 5,000 a day," said Robert Lentz, President of Cyber Security Strategies and former CISO for the U.S. DoD at the Cyber Defence and Networ...
Defemce IQ talks to Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar, Senior Advisor to the Undersecretary at the Estonian MoD, about the pioneering work that Estonia has contributed to global cyber security measures. Defence IQ: Heli, welcome to the session. HTK: Thank you. Hello....
Cyber security is becoming an increasingly important component of national security doctrine as states pour vast amounts of money into developing capabilities to compete in the cyber battlefield.
Colonel Suzik (left) welcomes NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and Estonian Minister of Defence Sven Mikser to the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence. Photo: Estonian Defence Forces
ICS Cyber Security Live Hacking Exercise: Meet The Host
Brig Gen Helmut Habermayer is the deputy Planning Head of the Austrian Armed Forces (AAF), which includes the positions of Chief Information Officer (CIO) and the Cyber Coordinator of the AAF. Ahead of the Cyber Defence & Network Security conference, Brig Gen Habe...
The military’s reliance on computers is now so great that a sustained cyber attack from enemy actors could deal a fatal blow to much of its weapons and technology. Entire combat units could be rendered useless. That’s the conclusion of a report by the Commons defence...
The June 2012 report by New York Times chief Washington correspondent David Sanger that the Stuxnet cyber worm was only part of a broader operation, Olympic Games, launched against Iran by the United States and Israel affirmed what many suspected: cyber attack is not...
Is it possible to accurately measure the cost that the UK is paying as a result of hacking, data theft, corporate espionage, and other cyber offences? Defence IQ’s Calum Jeffray explores this question in the wake of a report published by the University of Cambridge lo...
Defence IQ recently spoke with Dave Palmer, director of technology at Darktrace, a rapidly growing cyber threat defence company based in the UK that recently raised $18 million from Invoke Capital, Talis Capital, and Hoxton Ventures, about the security challenges faci...
The history of Chinese cyber attacks on American networks is rooted in the history of how China views the western world. According to Lt Col Bill Hagestad, Author of ‘21st Century Chinese Warfare’, you "cannot pick up a newspaper or read a blog without hearing about t...
This is the speech Pieter De Crem, Minister of Defence for Belgium, gave at this week’s Cyber Defence and Network Security conference in London. Chair, Excellences, Ladies and Gentlemen,
The top threats being brought right into your living room
Lockheed Martin, the world’s largest defence contractor, continues to diversify its global offerings and looks to be heading into the cyber security for industrial control systems (ICS) game with the acquisition of Industrial Defender.
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