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Wall Street to simulate cyber attack
Hack the Street.
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Conventional warfare isn't cyber.
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Did not come from China.
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Google's Schmidt criticises China
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Australia in five-nation talks to declassify infosec data
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Five eyes push to declassify security vulnerability data
Security pundits push for Australian and allied agencies to release threat information to industry.
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Gaza conflict spills over onto the Internet.
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US Air Force issues cyberwarfare concepts tender
Binary bombs away.
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Cyber war puts civilians on the front line
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Calls for ceasefire in hacking war.
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Scandinavia wants cyberwar weapons
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Same flaws said to be used by Israel in 2007 attacks in Syria.
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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.
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