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Today’s interdependent and interconnected world requires joint efforts and holistic approaches to protect critical infrastructure assets from the growing number of attacks and to address ever-evolving convergent threats to our economy, security and well-being.

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  • India-Japan Talks To Focus On Defence And Security

    June 17, 2018

    India and Japan will hold their ‘2+2’ dialogue this week with the participation of foreign and defence secretaries of both countries as the bilateral focus shifts slightly from infrastructure and economy to defence and security. The defence secretaries are expected to meet on Monday, with the ‘2+2’ scheduled for Tuesday. India and Japan may hold their ...

  • Employee suffers radiation exposure at controversial Idaho nuclear waste site

    June 16, 2018

    A worker was exposed to dangerously high levels of radiation after an accident on June 5 at a Department of Energy facility in Idaho where there have been multiple accidents in recent years. The June incident was not publicly disclosed at the time by the government or by Fluor Idaho, the contractor that runs the ...

  • PLATINUM SECURITY EXHIBITION – 10-12 April 2019: International Exhibition for Private Sector

    June 15, 2018

    The world private security market is growing rapidly. Faced with the rise of malicious acts, and growing insecurity, players in the field (businesses, high-end shops, luxury infrastructure, personalities, …) need to secure their properties and their spaces. Thousands of sites are to be equipped and the needs in new or proven technologies are real. Platinum ...

  • Gloucester Police Fined For Disclosing Victim Details In Bulk Email

    June 15, 2018

    An officer failed to activate the ‘BCC’ function in a bulk email, landing the force a £80,000 penalty The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined Gloucester Police £80,000 after it inadvertently identified child abuse victims in a bulk email. The case is one of the few that are still being dealt with under the provisions of the ...

  • Pentagon suspends commercial drone purchases and use

    June 13, 2018

    The commercial quadcopter is a small computer with rotors. Cheap, versatile, and adapted for everything from peacetime wedding photography to battlefield improvised explosive device, quadcopters open up the possibility of aerial scouting and attacks to any military, uniformed or otherwise, with a few hundred dollars and the ability to charge batteries. Behind that low cost is ...

  • Eight tonne cache of explosives seized by Afghan authorities on Pakistan border

    June 12, 2018

    A huge cache of explosive materials was discovered by Afghan security forces in a vegetable truck crossing from Pakistan, in one of the largest ever finds. Intelligence officers found nearly eight tonnes of ammonium nitrate – the chemical widely used in making explosives – hidden beneath sacks of vegetables on the vehicle at the Torkham border crossing, at the ...

  • US seeks to head off new terrorist threats against air cargo

    June 11, 2018

    US security officials have uncovered specific cargo-related terrorist threats against US-bound aircraft, prompting the customs agency to tighten requirements related to air cargo reporting. “ has received specific, classified intelligence that certain terrorist organisations seek to exploit vulnerabilities in international air cargo security,” the agency says in a new rule made public ...

  • China blamed for data theft from US Navy contractor

    June 11, 2018

    China is being blamed for a cyberattack on a US Navy contractor which has led to the theft of sensitive military information. As reported by The Washington Post, US officials have claimed that up to 614 Gigabytes of information was stolen, including signal and sensor data, as well as submarine radio information relating to cryptographic systems. Plans for ...