NATO report looks at impact of technology on security

NATO has published a major new report looking at defence technology trends over the next 20 years and their impact on collective security.

Coronavirus contact tracing app fails cyber security tests

The government's coronavirus contact tracing app has reportedly failed cyber security, performance and clinical safety tests.

UK and US issue COVID-19 cyber threat update

It is expected that the frequency and severity of COVID-19 related cyber attacks will increase over the coming weeks and months.

Analysts see ‘cyberspace’ as growing focus of defence electronics

Computer and information technology advancements have propelled C5ISR to the top of the US defence electronics market say analysts.

US Air Force partners with Google to improve IT security

"We want to understand how Google provides secure and reliable access to data"

Airbus CyberSecurity and Amossys sign cyber security partnership

Airbus CyberSecurity and Amossys have signed a partnership agreement at the International Cybersecurity Forum in Lille.

Royal Signals complete first Cyber Warfare Competition

The British Army say that 100 soldiers from across the Royal Signals took part in the inaugural cyber warfare competition.

Three days in Tallinn – how Estonia does Cyber defence

From the moment Estonia joined NATO in 2004, it was warning that the alliance was not prepared to counter emerging threats from cyber warfare. According to officials in Tallinn, these warnings were repeatedly ignored.

BAE to provide intel analysis for US Defense Intelligence Agency

The Defense Intelligence Agency has awarded BAE Systems a prime contractor position on Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3.

BAE Systems to develop new cyber tools for DARPA

BAE Systems says it will develop new cyber tools designed to help prevent vulnerabilities in electronic files that can lead to cyber attacks.



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