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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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Top News


  • New Zealand has no new coronavirus cases and no patients with COVID-19 in hospital

    May 27, 2020

    New Zealand has nobody in hospital with coronavirus and has not discovered a new case for five days, the health ministry said today. The last remaining hospital patient was discharged in Auckland overnight in the latest mark of success for New Zealand’s widely-praised response to the pandemic. New Zealand only confirmed its first case on February 26, but had shut ...

  • Coronavirus: China’s plan to test everyone in Wuhan

    May 27, 2020

    China has been carrying out an ambitious plan to test everyone in Wuhan, the city where the Covid-19 pandemic began, following the emergence of a cluster of new infections. The authorities had pledged to test the city’s inhabitants over a 10-day period, starting on 14 May. We’ve looked at what was achieved, and over what period of ...

  • How droplets can spread on transport

    May 27, 2020

    Graphic new simulations published by the University of Oregon show how easily droplets can spread in confined spaces, underscoring the need for social distancing on public transport. A video published by the university and shared by the BBC shows how a person talking can spread droplets further than one might think. Respiratory scientist, Dr Julian Tang of ...

  • Why blackouts are so common in Afghanistan

    May 27, 2020

    Early this month, Afghanistan’s electricity sector took three major hits after blasts crippled transmission towers in Kabul’s Chimtala area and Charikar city in Parwan province. The next day in Charikar, explosives detonated at the site killed one official and injured four more employees from the country’s state electricity company, Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (Dabs), as ...

  • Excess UK deaths in Covid-19 outbreak approach 60,000

    May 26, 2020

    The number of excess deaths registered in the UK during the Covid-19 outbreak has almost reached 60,000, as an international comparison showed the country has one of the world’s highest rates of coronavirus deaths per capita. Figures released on Tuesday by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed cases have been falling, but they came as University of Oxford researchers ...

  • Mold, Legionnaires’ a worry as offices reopen to workers

    May 26, 2020

    Workers headed back to the office face new risks once stay-at-home orders are lifted: Legionnaires’ disease and exposure to mold. With buildings closed to non-essential workers, water in plumbing systems can stagnate and increase the risk for growth and spread of Legionella, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Legionnaires’ disease kills about 1 ...

  • Australia: Black Summer bushfire smoke killed nearly 450 people, inquiry hears

    May 26, 2020

    Health experts have told the Bushfire Royal Commission smoke from the Black Summer bushfires that raged across Australia affected 80 per cent of the population. The commission, which is looking into Australia’s preparedness for and responses to natural disasters, is hearing from health experts about the short and long-term impacts of bushfires. On Tuesday, the commission heard ...

  • Time to Move Beyond the Rhetoric of Protecting Civilians in Conflict

    May 26, 2020

    In his annual protection report to the United Nations Security Council, released this month, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has issued a clear call to parties to conflict and States: move beyond the rhetoric and make the protection of civilians a reality for the millions of people affected by armed conflict. And with good cause. As reported by ...

  • Huawei’s future in U.K. 5G networks in question again

    May 26, 2020

    Huawei’s role in U.K. mobile networks may be in question once again, as the country’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) launched a review of what impact new U.S. sanctions on the China telecom giant might have on Britain’s telecom networks. In an emailed statement, a spokesperson for the U.K. government said: “The security and resilience of ...

  • Linking Energy, Food Security, and Health Can Help Face COVID-19

    May 26, 2020

    As the novel Coronavirus known as COVID-19 continues to spread in developed and developing countries alike, not all have the privilege of applying basic prevention measures, and energy and food play a key role in several of these. Almost one billion poor people worldwide have little or no access to reliable, affordable energy to remotely communicate ...

  • EasyJet faces £18 billion class-action lawsuit over data breach

    May 26, 2020

    UK budget airline easyJet is facing an £18 billion class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of customers impacted by a recently-disclosed data breach. Made public on May 19, easyJet said that information belonging to nine million customers may have been exposed in a cyberattack, including over 2,200 credit card records. The “highly sophisticated” attacker to blame for the security incident ...

  • Cyberattacks against hospitals must stop, says Red Cross

    May 26, 2020

    Immediate action needs to be taken to stop cyberattacks targeting hospitals and healthcare organisations during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic – and governments around the world need to work together to make it happen, says a newly published open letter signed by the International Committee of the Red Cross, former world leaders, cybersecurity executives and others. The joint ...


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