Spymasters out to destroy documents without leaving a trace need to look at a new paper shredder developed in Russia that converts paper and plastic to dust. Ruselectronics holding of the Rostec State Corporation has started the production of shredders with the highest level of secrecy
The Security and Intelligence Division (SID), Singapore's external intelligence agency under the Ministry of Defence, launched its official website (SID.GOV
Japans Ministry of Defense plans to invest ¥25.6 billion ($237
Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) has put out a contract request seeking to develop the so-called "Fronton" program, which allows to carry out cyberattacks using infected Internet of Things (IoT) devices, an Anti-Russian Hackers group, “Digital Revolution” has claimed. FSB is said to have requested its contractors to provide the...
Thales and Australian telecom company, Telstra are working with Microsoft and Arduino to develop security systems for connected Internet of Things ( IoT) devices, by implementing a solution that enables trusted and secure end-to-end communication between device and cloud. The solution enables instant and standardised mutual authentication between a device and...
Chinese anti-virus firm Qihoo 360 revealed that a hacking group related to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has launched cyber-attacks against China for the past 11 years. Qihoo 360 discovered and revealed cyber-attacks by the CIA hacking group (APT-C-39)
The export of military-grade cybersoftware and manufacturing technologies used to build semiconductor parts for weapons will be controlled, in order to curb proliferation of military tech into China, North Korea and Iran. The United States, Russia, Japan, India, Britain and South Korea are among the 42 member states of Wassenaar Arrangement on Export Controls for Conventional Arms and Dual-Use Goods and Technologies (WA) who agreed to bring the export restrictions in place in December, Kyodo News reported citing its sources
New rules on confidentially will be introduced in the Chinese military to guard against cyber-attacks largely originating from the United States. President Xi Jinping, who is also chairman of the Central Military Commission, recently signed an order to publish the new military confidentiality regulation, which will come into force on March 1, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Daily reported on Wednesday
A massive cyber-attack against Mitsubishi Electric has compromised e-mail exchanges between the Japanese MoD, the Nuclear Regulation Authority as well as documents related to projects with private firms, railway operators, communications and car manufacturers. Mitsubishi said Monday in reports quoted in the Japanese media that no “highly sensitive” information related to defense had been compromised in the cyber-attack
The United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has contracted BAE Systems to develop new cyber tools to help prevent vulnerabilities in electronic files that can lead to cyber attacks. Development of these tools will be part of DARPA's Safe Documents (SafeDocs) program, which aims to more effectively identify and reject malicious data in a variety of electronic formats, BAE Systems said in a statement Tuesday
Iran is one among several countries to be invited to Turkeys Cyber Shield 2019 international cybersecurity exercise to be held in Ankara on 19th and 20th of December. The event will be co-organized by Turkey's Ministries of Transport and Infrastructure, and Information and Communications Technologies
Russia is planning to hold tests of “RuNet,” a