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Welcome to the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Review website.

Today’s interdependent and interconnected world requires joint efforts and holistic approaches to the growing number of attacks against critical infrastructure assets, which have increasingly become a necessity in order to address ever-evolving convergent threats to our economy, security and well-being.

Delta Business Media announces the debut of Critical Infrastructure Protection Review, the go-to destination for the latest news, insights and expert knowledge, which will assist governments, and the public and private sectors to improve the security and resilience of vital critical infrastructures and strengthen their preparedness to recover from the physical and cyber attacks.

With an initial subscriber base encompassing key decision makers and professionals from the defence, law enforcement, transportation, energy, banking, telecommunication and other critical sectors, the publishers aim to enhance cooperation and provide an effective information-sharing platform, which will engage top-security leaders through news, articles and events.

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  • Security training review to stay secret amid terrorism fears

    May 5, 2017

    A government-ordered review into aviation security training will be kept secret amid warnings that terrorists will continue trying to thwart security measures. The Australian can reveal that the Inspector of Transport Security review will not be made public despite calls by a Senate committee that it be published. This is because the inquiry covers “security sensitive information”, ...

  • Explosive Detection Systems Order for New Istanbul Airport

    May 5, 2017

    The management team from the New Istanbul Airport has ordered 24 MV3D Hold Baggage Explosives Detection Systems (EDS) from L3 Security & Detection Systems. L3’s MV3D was designed to provide a high level of detection performance without the use of a rotating gantry. The manufacturer says the machine utilises a series of fixed X-ray sources and ...

  • Debenhams Data Breach Affects 26K Customers, Payment Details Exposed

    May 5, 2017

    Personal data of up to 26,000 people was exposed due to a data breach affecting customers of Debenhams Flowers, the retailer’s florist arm. According to Debenhams, the site is actually operated by Ecomnova, which is a third-party supplier. Therefore, customers of other services it provides have not been affected in any way. On the other hand, Ecomnova ...

  • Russia testing airport explosive detection system

    May 3, 2017

    Russian scientists and the Federal Security Service (FSB) have developed a remote control device for detecting explosives at airports and other public places, Director of the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics Pavel Logachyov said on Wednesday. “An experimental prototype has been made with the FSB’s support and it is now undergoing trials. This technology has been ...

  • Factory Robots Are Easy to Hack, Researchers Show

    May 3, 2017

    In perhaps one of the scariest findings in recent months, researchers have discovered that factory robots can easily be hacked. This, of course, could have grave effects on entire industries and pose safety issues. Cybersecurity firm Trend Micro found that numerous factory robots have a weak network security, using simple combinations of username and passwords that ...

  • Hundreds of Fake UK Bank Sites Exposed, Pose High Risk for Customers

    May 3, 2017

    Hackers have registered over 300 domains with names similar to those of several popular British banks, which they use to trick customers into handing over personal details or login data. According to DomainTools, a company handling domain names and DNS-based cyber threats, 324 such domains were discovered only in relation to banks in the United Kingdom, ...

  • After years of warnings, mobile network hackers exploit SS7 flaws to drain bank accounts

    May 3, 2017

    Experts have been warning for years about security blunders in the Signaling System 7 protocol – the magic glue used by cellphone networks to communicate with each other. These shortcomings can be potentially abused to, for example, redirect people’s calls and text messages to miscreants’ devices. Now we’ve seen the first case of crooks exploiting the ...

  • DDoS Attacks Can Cost Businesses Up to $2.5M Per Attack, Report Says

    May 2, 2017

    The time to respond and mitigate DDoS attacks can be costly for companies, and some businesses can lose roughly $2.5 million on average per attack, a research report released today said. Neustar, an analytics firm that sees swathes of DDoS attack telemetry daily, boiled down some of the figures in a dispatch, its annual Worldwide DDoS Attacks and Cyber Insights ...

  • Siemens, Darktrace form cyber security partnership

    May 1, 2017

    Darktrace, a provider of Enterprise and Industrial Immune System technology, and Siemens, a global engineering and technology provider, have entered into a strategic partnership to bring cyber defense for operational technology (OT) to the oil and gas industry and electric utilities. With Darktrace’s Industrial Immune System and Siemens’ domain OT security expertise, the partnership will ...

  • Russian-controlled telecom hijacks financial services’ Internet traffic

    April 28, 2017

    On Wednesday, large chunks of network traffic belonging to MasterCard, Visa, and more than two dozen other financial services companies were briefly routed through a Russian government-controlled telecom under unexplained circumstances that renew lingering questions about the trust and reliability of some of the most sensitive Internet communications. Anomalies in the border gateway protocol—which routes large-scale ...


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