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  • Spring 2018 edition of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Review magazine is now available to read online and in print

    May 22, 2018

    Articles, in-depth analysis and insights from U.K. Civil Aviation Authority, Hungarian Ministry of Defence, Brazilian Information Technology Center Renato Archer and more. To view contents please visit the following link: Critical Infrastructure Protection Review Spring 2018 – contents pages or subscribe here. We would like to thank all organisations and authors of the articles for their support and ...

  • Revealed: Pentagon Push to Hack Nuke Missiles Before They Launch

    May 22, 2018

    The Pentagon has embraced a controversial policy of destroying enemy nuclear missiles before they launch, an internal policy document from May 2017 shows. It’s an effort that appears to include executing cyberattacks against missile control systems or components. The Pentagon document does not name adversaries. But experts who reviewed it for The Daily Beast considered it ...

  • Radiation monitors in Fukushima to be scrapped after malfunctioning to the tune of ¥500 million a year

    May 21, 2018

    The thousands of radiation-monitoring posts installed in Fukushima Prefecture after the 2011 nuclear crisis have malfunctioned nearly 4,000 times, sources said Sunday as the Nuclear Regulation Authority prepares to remove them after spending ¥500 million a year on repair costs. “It’s all about the budget in the end. They can’t reuse the devices and there seem ...

  • RAF to ‘protect and defend’ UK space assets

    May 21, 2018

    Space isn’t just about what happens up there, near the stars – it is about what happens down here, on the ground. Like cyber, we’ve all become entirely reliant on it without really realising. Mobile phones, navigation, weather forecasts, you name it; the life-enhancing technology that we all now take for granted is only possible because of ...

  • Incurable ‘bat virus’ Nipah sparks alert in India’s Kerala state

    May 21, 2018

    A deadly virus that causes fever, vomiting and convulsions – and for which there is no vaccine – has sparked a health alert in India. Nipah is mainly carried by fruit bats and has a mortality rate of around 75%. It can also be passed on by pigs and from human-to-human contact and can lead to coma ...

  • Breaches in the USA and Denmark cast a further spotlight on cyber security in the rail industry.

    May 21, 2018

    Cyber security (or lack of…) has been one of the most consistent themes running through business news stories these recent years. Elements of rail and metro have been slow to wake up to the threat, but two events from last week, have reiterated the importance of a robust and updated cyber-security for both operational and ...

  • Defense Ministry to outsource cybersecurity work to private sector

    May 20, 2018

    The Defense Ministry is set to outsource part of its cybersecurity operations to the private sector to bypass training needs for its own staff, sources close to the ministry say. The move comes amid intense competition with friendly and other nations to develop capabilities that allow them to enter foreign systems while also addressing the growing ...

  • Air Force to deploy drones to secure oil facilities in Niger Delta

    May 19, 2018

    The Nigerian Air Force has said it would deploy drones to secure oil installations in the creeks of Niger Delta. The service said its recently inducted drones otherwise known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, UAVs, will help secure oil and gas pipelines as well as other critical oil installations in the Niger Delta. Read more… Source:  Vanuard  

  • BT joins with Europol to build a safer cyber space

    May 18, 2018

    BT has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Europol, The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Co-operation, to share knowledge about major cyber threats and attacks, as the two organisations reinforce their efforts to create a safer cyber space for citizens, businesses and governments. The agreement, which was signed by both parties at Europol’s Headquarters ...

  • ‘Very high’ Ebola risk in Democratic Republic of the Congo, says WHO

    May 18, 2018

    There is a “very high” public health risk from Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the World Health Organisation has said. The health agency has raised its earlier assessment after one patient in a major city was confirmed as having the disease. Although the global risk of an Ebola outbreak remains low, the WHO says ...

  • French police foil terror attack using highly toxic ricin six days after Paris knife rampage

    May 18, 2018

    Police in France have foiled a suspected terror attack using highly toxic poison and arrested two brothers of Egyptian origin, authorities have said. Ricin or explosives are thought to have been prepared ahead of the planned attack, according to French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb. The revelation came after a 29-year-old man was killed and five other people injured in a deadly ...

  • Armed police seize hand grenades, guns and ammunition as bomb squad descends on lorry in Sussex business park

    May 18, 2018

    Explosives were discovered attached to the underneath of a lorry in Sussex on Thursday. Two plastic cases containing guns, grenades and ammunition were found underneath the HGV, held on by magnets, at Rosier Business Park in Sussex. Armed police and military bomb disposal teams swooped on the area in dramatic scenes. The area was surrounded by officers and ...


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