Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) and associated companies have commercialized InteRSePT1, a jointly developed cyber security technology for critical infrastructure control systems. InteRSePT1 provides real-time anomaly detection and response for unknown cyber-attacks, contributing to safe and secure system operations
An international gang of cyber criminals accused of stealing and selling credit card and personal identity data has been busted with the arrest of a Russian national in Bangkok on Friday. The Thailand Police have detained the Russian national, Sergey Sergeyvich Medvedev believed to be the No
Indonesias cyber defence organization, the State Code and Cyber Agency (BSSN) said it will team up with Australian counterpart in creating standard of handling cyber attacks. "Yesterday we organized a workshop with friends from Australia and we will cooperate technically at least in incident handling, in creating the standard," BSSN spokesman...
China on Tuesday unveiled a Cybersecurity Innovation Center (CIC) to develop cyber defense systems ‘to help win future cyber wars. The CIC was set up under the instruction of the Central Commission for Integrated Military and Civilian Development and related military bodies, which will also supervise and manage the center during...
In a first for a Singapore Government agency, selected ‘white hat hackers from around the world will test major Ministry of Defence (MINDEF)s Internet-facing systems for vulnerabilities (or "bugs"), and will receive rewards (or "bounties") for doing so. The MINDEF's Defence Cyber Chief, Mr David Koh, announced the MINDEF Bug Bounty...
About 60 classified documents were among 40,000 hacked from South Koreas Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in April 2016 allegedly by North Korean cyber groups. The documents included information on construction technology, blueprints, weapons systems data, and evaluations of the ships and submarines, a South Korean opposition lawmaker said Tuesday
Cyber-security firm, Kaspersky Lab will provide the source code of its software including software updates and threat-detection rules updates for independent review and assessment as part of its Global Transparency Initiative (GTI). Kaspersky Lab today announced the launch of its GTI as part of its ongoing commitment to protecting customers from cyber-threats, regardless of their origin or purpose
The US Cyber Command activated a National Guard unit of 138 cyber specialists this week, said to be the largest mobilization of cyber forces from reserve units. The specialists of Task Force Echo, which will support the U
More than 200 vulnerabilities to US Air Force IT domains were disclosed by white-hat hackers during a 24-day period earlier this year. The 207 vulnerabilities were found from May 30 through June 23 by US and international hackers in a federal bug bounty program involving the Air Force and HackerOne, a hacker-powered security platform connecting organizations with the world's largest community of trusted hackers
South Koreas Ministry of National Defense (MND) plans to overhaul its cyber and security commands to end interference in domestic politics and surveillance of innocent civilians and military officers. The MND is proposing abolishing the security commands branch devoted to monitoring senior officers suspected of subversion and disloyalty, an unnamed official was quoted as saying by Korea Herald Sunday
Hackers using software tools developed by US National Security Agency have made cyber attacks Friday on many countries, disrupting global shipper FedEx, Britains health system and freezing computers at Russias Interior Ministry. Transmitted via email, the malicious software locked British hospitals out of their computer systems and demanded ransom before users could be let back in
UK is investing more than $2 billion on cyber attack and in recruitment of more intelligence officers, as the country is being warned by intelligence services of having increased chances of espionage tactics. The major infrastructure, such as air traffic control systems and electricity grids, could be targeted by what he called "hostile foreign actors", British Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, said