NATO and Japan intensify dialogue on cyber defence

NATO and Japan held cyber defence staff talks this week to assess current cyber threats and policy developments.

NATO ‘will defend itself’ from cyber attack

In the event of a serious cyber attack, NATO would invoke the collective defence Article 5.

MP Twitter account hacking claims do not add up

Ian Lavery MP claimed he had been "hacked", but was he?

Secretary General gives speech on NATO adaptation to cyber threats

NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg was at the National Cyber Security Centre.

Cyber ‘at the forefront of UK’ approach to warfare

Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has announced £22 million in cyber funding.

Mike Pompeo urges UK to prioritise allies in Huawei decision

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has again criticised the UK government’s decision.

Cybersecurity demand grows C4I market say analysts

The C4I market direction will be driven by contemporary defence concerns.

NATO takes part in international cyber security exercise

A team of nearly 40 cyber security experts are competing in the world’s largest 'live-fire cyber' security exercise.

The race for autonomous cyber defence

The next generations of autonomous military systems will be dependent on who is able to ensure cybersecurity and by when.

Leonardo signs contract with NATO to support delivery of cyber capabilities

Under the new contract, Leonardo will continue to support the delivery of cyber-security capabilities to the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) for a further 18 months.



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