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Just As Rome Fell To The Goths, So Small Players Can Hurt The Mighty In Cyberwars | John Naughton
21st Jul 2018 [3 months ago] from Guardian
Dependence on complex hi-tech networks means western democracies are bound to feel the effects of cyberattacks far more keenly than any rogue stateIn their book, The Future of Violence, Benjamin Wittes and Gabriella Blum point out that...
The Guardian View On Cybersecurity: Trust – But Verify | Editorial
20th Jul 2018 [3 months ago] from Guardian
The use of Chinese-made equipment in Britain’s broadband infrastructure demands, and gets, careful scrutinyHow far can we trust Chinese companies to supply our critical national infrastructure? The question was raised by the Hinkley Point...
Carefully Crafted Indictment Of 12 Russian Spies Heaps Pressure On Trump
13th Jul 2018 [3 months ago] from Guardian
The US deputy attorney general’s timing coincided with the president meeting the QueenIt was an extraordinary split-screen moment. On one side, president Donald Trump meeting the Queen at Windsor castle and strolling past a ceremonial...
Has Cyber Changed Geopolitics Forever? Chips With Everything Podcast
13th Jul 2018 [3 months ago] from Guardian
David E Sanger, national security correspondent for the New York Times, speaks about his new book: The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage and Fear in the Cyber AgeSubscribe and review: Acast, Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud, AudioBoom, Mixcloud....
Australian National University Hit By Chinese Hackers
6th Jul 2018 [3 months ago] from Guardian
ANU has spent several months fighting off a threat to its systems, which some reports say can be traced to China Australia’s top-ranked university says it has spent several months fighting off a threat to its computer systems, which some...
The Guardian View On The Defence Budget: Be Realistic | Editorial
27th Jun 2018 [4 months ago] from Guardian
The military has suffered from austerity and the world is a dangerous place, but that doesn’t mean the case for higher defence spending needs no interrogationIt is easier to assert that Britain needs a modern militarycapability than it...
Rise Of The Machines: Has Technology Evolved Beyond Our Control?
15th Jun 2018 [4 months ago] from Guardian
Technology is starting to behave in intelligent and unpredictable ways that even its creators don’t understand. As machines increasingly shape global events, how can we regain control?The voice-activated gadget in the corner of your bedroom...
England World Cup Squad Told They Will Be Soft Targets For Russian Hackers
12th Jun 2018 [4 months ago] from Guardian
• Gareth Southgate’s team were briefed by security experts• Online activity and unsafe safes among the dangers in hotelEngland arrived at their World Cup training base in Russia with explicit instructions aimed at preventing them...
Yahoo Fined £250,000 For Hack That Impacted 515,000 UK Accounts
12th Jun 2018 [4 months ago] from Guardian
ICO says firm ‘failed to prevent’ 2014 Russia-sponsored hack after 500m accounts compromisedYahoo has been fined £250,000 over a hack from 2014 that affected more than 515,000 UK email accounts co-branded with Sky, the Information...
Chinese Government Hackers Reportedly Stole Trove Of Sensitive US Naval Data
8th Jun 2018 [4 months ago] from Guardian
Hackers said to have swiped information, including secret plans for new type of missile, from US navy contractorChinese government hackers have stolen a massive trove of sensitive information from a US navy contractor, including secret...
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