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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

  • TSA unveils cyber roadmap

    December 4, 2018

    The Transportation Security Administration unveiled a cybersecurity roadmap that it says will not only line it up with current administration cybersecurity efforts, but also expand its collaboration with private commercial critical infrastructure partners. TSA Administrator David Pekoske announced the roadmap that will guide its cybersecurity policy for the next five years in remarks at the American ...

  • Autumn 2018 edition of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Review magazine is now available

    December 4, 2018

    Articles, in-depth analysis and insights from the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats, Hungarian Ministry of Defense, Secure Chorus and more. To view contents please visit the following link: Critical Infrastructure Protection Review Autumn 2018 – contents pages or subscribe here. We would like to thank all organisations and authors of the articles for their support and contributions to ...

  • New passenger scanner uses space technology to speed up airport security

    December 4, 2018

    A super-sensitive passenger scanner that reveals hidden security threats is being trialled at Cardiff Airport in the UK. The walk-through scanner, which uses space technology to image human body heat, is the result of a collaboration between Sequestim Ltd. and Cardiff University scientists. Computer learning allows the scanner to distinguish between threats and non-threats but without the ...

  • U.S. Financial Firms to Further Increase Cybersecurity Spending

    December 3, 2018

    U.S. banks and other financial firms are projecting higher spending on cybersecurity as they face bigger threats and more attacks. In a survey of 100 senior security officers, 84 percent said their firms are planning to spend more this year on cybersecurity, up from 78 percent a year ago, data-security provider Thales eSecurity said in a report to ...

  • Australian government announces cybersecurity grants for SMBs

    December 3, 2018

    The Australian Government is aiming to make small businesses feel more secure with the launch of a new $10million cybersecurity initiative today. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews says the grants initiative forms part of the Liberal-National Government’s Cybersecurity Small Business Program. “The Liberal-National Government recognises that confidence in the security of data is vital ...

  • Stolen car explodes in DHA, Karachi

    December 3, 2018

    A stolen car with a bomb installed inside exploded at a vacant plot in Khayaban-e-Mujahid area of Defence Housing Authority in the early hours of Monday. According to reports by DIG South Karachi Javed Odho, the car was installed with a homemade vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (VBIED) and had been stolen from Jamshed Quarters in the ...

  • Five Middle East States to share sensitive aviation security information

    December 3, 2018

    Following their presentation of working paper entitled “Sharing of Aviation Security Information Between States” at the Second High-level Conference on Aviation Security (HLCAS/2-WP/2), Egypt, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and United Arab Emirates have signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) in this regard. It is a precursor to the subsequent signing of a Memorandum of ...

  • Riots In Paris: ‘Yellow Vests’ Violence, Vandalism And Chaos Hitting Tourism

    December 2, 2018

    The violent turn taken on Saturday by street protesters known as the “Gilet Jaunes” (Yellow Vests) due to their fluorescent outerwear and who have been demonstrating for two weeks against gas taxes and rising cost of living, forced the evacuation of tourist shopping meccas including the department stores known as the Grandes Magasins (Galeries Lafayette, Printemps, Bon Marche) as well as other ...

  • Explosives attack at US consulate in Guadalajara, Mexico

    December 2, 2018

    The US consulate in Mexico’s second city, Guadalajara, was attacked with explosives hours before a visit to the country by Vice President Mike Pence and first daughter Ivanka Trump, authorities said Saturday. The explosion late Friday night damaged a wall but caused no injuries, they said. “The investigation has been handed over to federal authorities, who will ...

  • Security agencies demonstrate Ghana’s readiness to combat terrorism

    December 2, 2018

    The Security Agencies and the Emergency Services in the country have conducted a Counter Terrorism simulation exercises codenamed ‘Exercise Home Shield’ within the Accra and Tema Metropolis. The Exercise under the Ministry of National Security code named “Home Shield” was aimed at practising and harnessing the various roles and expertise of all the stakeholders in the ...

  • Burkina Faso: Four police among five dead in IED blast

    December 1, 2018

    Five people including four police officers have been killed by an explosive device left on a road in eastern Burkina Faso, reports say. Friday’s blast from an improvised explosive device (IED) took place in Boungou, an area that has seen a series of attacks attributed to jihadist militants. The police officers were providing an escort to goldmine ...

  • Why the Ebola outbreak in DRC has spun out of control

    December 1, 2018

    An Ebola epidemic that experts are calling “exceptionally dangerous” is unfolding in the Democratic Republic of Congo. So far, there have been more than 420 cases and 240 deaths, which makes it the largest outbreak of Ebola since the 2014-2016 West Africa outbreak, which killed 11,000. It’s also the second-largest Ebola outbreak on record. Humans have tangled with ...



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