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Here is the concluding part of the Defence IQ Cyber Security special. The first half is available at DefenceIQ.com. When Policy and Industry Collide
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,
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...
Cyberspace presents a formidable range of security challenges for states, commercial and international organisations, and, indeed, private individuals. As such, cybersecurity has grown in the public and media consciousness in recent years. This is due to the widely pu...
Defending military assets from attacks generated through the digital cyber domain means that traditional battle domains – air, land, sea and space – now have a fifth operational category, cyber space. Defending this fifth domain is only going to become more important...
Will there be a &quote;International Cyber Security&quote; event at Hotel Le Plaza in Brussels this year? Like the &quote;International Cyber Security 2012&quote; and &quote;Cyber Security 2011&quote; events?
In the Cabinet reshuffle last month Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North, was shipped in to the Cabinet Office to undertake a role in cyber security, presumably under Francis Maude, the often muted Minister for Cyber Security. Few news agencies reported on Smith’s new...
Geospatial systems are becoming a keenly valued capability for port security measures, wherein security teams have found an advantage in advanced surveillance and tracking of the immediate area.
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...
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.
McAfee and the Security & Defence Agenda (SDA) recently released their report, Cyber-security: The Vexed Question of Global Rules, which gives a snapshot of the cyber-readiness of global powers.
Do banks have adequate defences to resist a major, sustained cyber attack? The financial system will be put to the test next month when one of the most elaborate and expensive cyber threat exercises takes place to assess the sector's preparedness following a securi...
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....
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