US Naval Academy graduates first cyber operations Midshipmen

The first 27 of the US Naval Academy’s cyber operations majors graduate this week.

Data flows in a post-Brexit Britain

Some Brexit critics have argued that Brexit will lead to decreased data sharing and threaten our national security.

F-35’s logistics system undergoes penetration test

A penetration test is the practice of testing a computer system or network to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit.

Defence Minister opens £3M Cyber Security Centre in Gloucester

Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin visited Gloucester to open Lockheed Martin’s £3 million Cyber Security Centre.

Location Based Social Media and its Impacts on Society and Security

Location based media platforms like Snapchat’s so-called ‘Snap Map’ and Pokemon Go have received mixed responses in terms of their effects on society and personal security.

Cyber security fears prompt £260m contract for advanced IFF technology

The Ministry of Defence has awarded a £260 million contract to supply British forces with new Identify Friend or Foe (IFF) technology.

WannaCry Malware Outbreak – A Summary

WannaCry - You've all heard about it, now it's time to discover a little more about it. The aim of this article is to...

Global scale of cyber-attacks that hit the NHS now understood

An attack that hit the NHS brought to light a global ransomware infection, hitting 75,000 computers in 99 countries, demanding ransom payments in 20 languages.

NHS hit by UK-wide cyber-attacks

NHS services across England have been hit by a large-scale cyber-attack, reports are also coming in of attacks against other trusts around the UK.

NATO and Finland step up cyber defence cooperation

Citing a rapidly evolving cyber threat landscape, NATO and Finland stepped up their engagement with the signing of a Political Framework Arrangement on cyber defence cooperation.



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