NATO sharpens technological edge with innovation initiatives

NATO Allies are launching a ground-breaking initiative to sharpen the Alliance’s technological edge. On Thursday (7 April 2022), Allied foreign ministers approved the Charter of the Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic – or DIANA. “Working with the private Read More …

Australia’s cyber laws potentially harmful to security: Critical Infrastructure community

A slew of Australia’s critical infrastructure service providers and union groups have lambasted the federal government’s critical infrastructure cyber laws due to it requiring organisations to install third-party software onto their systems if they are deemed to not be “technically Read More …

Potential for Malicious Cyber Activities to Disrupt the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics

The FBI is warning entities associated with the February 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and March 2022 Paralympics that cyber actors could use a broad range of cyber activities to disrupt these events. These activities include distributed denial of service (DDoS) Read More …

Cybersecurity and Drones: How to Address the Security Threats

The Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) industry has become a massive technological playground worldwide. Their extensive applications make UAS very popular for the public and the private sector. Armed forces, agricultural industry, law enforcement, meteorological agencies, medical services, environmental companies, and Read More …

Australia, UK, and US form trilateral pact focused on security in Indo-Pacific

Australia, the UK, and the US are setting up a trilateral partnership aimed at addressing defence and security concerns in the Indo-Pacific region. The security partnership, called AUKUS, will look to promote deeper information and technology sharing between the three Read More …

Names and addresses of 110,000 UK gun owners are leaked online by animal rights activists in huge security breach

Authorities are investigating a large data breach that could put thousands of Britain’s gun enthusiasts at risk. The names, home addresses and contact details of 111,295 people who own firearms in the UK have been taken and leaked online by Read More …