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Wall Street to simulate cyber attack
Hack the Street.
Jun 19 2013 6:17AM
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Conventional warfare isn't cyber.
May 22 2013 11:42AM
Google's Schmidt criticises China
Dubs hacking as "sophisticated and prolific".
Feb 5 2013 9:10AM
Australia in five-nation talks to declassify infosec data
Should governments be forced to rationalise classification decisions?
Feb 4 2013 6:55AM
Five eyes push to declassify security vulnerability data
Security pundits push for Australian and allied agencies to release threat information to industry.
Jan 31 2013 12:40PM
Anonymous attacks Israeli government sites
Gaza conflict spills over onto the Internet.
Nov 17 2012 10:28AM
US Air Force issues cyberwarfare concepts tender
Binary bombs away.
Aug 30 2012 9:46AM
Cyber war puts civilians on the front line
Defence should get off the civilian internet, Ranum says.
Jun 4 2012 12:10PM
Natanz insider planted Stuxnet
Insider planted malware using a corrupt memory stick.
Apr 17 2012 11:51AM
Israeli hacker posts 18,000 Arab Facebook logins
Calls for ceasefire in hacking war.
Jan 24 2012 9:44AM
Cyber attacks against Israel continue
Cyber attacks against Israel continued this week with the websites of its stock exchange and national airline El Al hit.
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NATO issues cybersec tender
But deal worth less than a fighter jet.
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Recorded during his recent presentation in Sydney.
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Police claim four hackers funded by militant Saudi group
Philippine police and the FBI arrest four.
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US says China and Russia are cyber threats
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Scandinavia wants cyberwar weapons
Defensive capabilities can't exist without a "counter-punch".
Oct 24 2011 2:57PM
US knew of Libyan radar bugs, expert says
Same flaws said to be used by Israel in 2007 attacks in Syria.
Oct 19 2011 10:46AM
Britain cyberwar talk gets offensive
Australia on the defence.
Oct 19 2011 3:17AM
$14m Canberra crisis centre a cyberwar defence
Unit handles cyber, terror threats and natural disasters.
Oct 17 2011 1:00PM
British defence firm makes play into infosec
Move will add network and hardware security modules for the distribution of cryptographic keys.
Sep 30 2011 7:17AM
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