China has offered US$1,500 to US$73,000 as prize money for providing information on on suspected foreign spies. “The pressing need for new measures to guard against foreign spies is an unfortunate side-effect of Chinas reform and opening up to the world,”
India has planned to start work on installing 'smart fence' along 3,323-km-long the border that it shares with Pakistan soon. The testing for the fence is in final stages and soon work for erecting it along the Indo-Pak border will begin, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said in New Delhi today, NDTv reported The new fencing is likely to have a multi-tier security ring comprising an alarm to security force personnel in case of any infiltration bid or attempts to cut the fence
The Russian Defense Ministry will receive new Redan-125 electromagnetic security systems that can resist any kind of intruders from sneaking into military facilities. The Redan-125 consisting of modules, which resemble lanterns, would be put on the facility or hang on the wall, creating an electromagnetic barrier capable of detecting intruders even underground,
South Korea and US will be signing bilateral pact Monday to share information on their defense industry companies in a move to facilitate the trade of weapons. "We have had some difficulties in obtaining credible information on the US and other foreign countries' weapons companies
The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently tested smartphone-sized radiation detectors in a Washington mall to locate small nuclear weapons or ‘dirty bombs. Volunteers carrying the radiation detectors walked for hours around the National Mall searching for clues in a “whodunit” scavenger hunt to locate a geneticist whod been mysteriously abducted
Uk Royal navy has helped, destroying the last stockpile of chemical weapons from Libya to keep them from reach of terrorists. RFA Mounts Bay, Bay-class auxiliary landing ship, escorted a shipload of chemical weapon ingredients through the Mediterranean from Libya, for destruction in Germany
A malware known as NanHaiShu or “South China Sea Remote Access Trojan (RAT)” in Mandarin was discovered to have gathered intelligence related to the South China Sea arbitration case from the Philippines and organizations involved in assisting the South East Asian country which won an international arbitration case against China. Hackers believed to be from China have attacked government and private-sector organizations linked to the row over the key waterway, a Japan Times report said quoting an analysis by Finnish cybersecurity firm F-Secure
BWX Technologies, Inc announced Thursday two contracts worth $3.1 billion awarded by the US Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program for the manufacture of naval nuclear reactor components and fuel
Skincential Sciences, cosmetic products sellers new skin care product which can be used to collect users DNA has grabbed the attention of the In-Q-Tel, the venture capital arm of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). The documents obtained by
Irans cyber police unit, FATA claims to have arrested 53 people supporting Islamic State (IS) sympathizers on the internet over the past 20 months. “Some of those individuals who had backed the IS dogma out of negligence were released on their own recognizance whereas the rest have remained in custody,” Head of Iran's cyber police Brigadier General Kamal Hadianfar was quoted as saying by Iranian PressTV on Monday
Singapores ST Electronics will issue to Russian company SIBER an exclusive license to distribute its AgilFence perimeter intrusion detection system in Russia and in the Eurasian Economic Union. Known as the 'smart fence' technology, this system is based on the use of an innovative fiber-optic cable
US military and partner nations in the Asia-Pacific region believe that the self-inflicted digital wounds created due to lack of interoperability lead to more harm than enemy cyber forces. "Before we have any contact with an enemy, we'll find we have degraded communication," Gen
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