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New Navy Wildcat helicopters can’t transmit vital data

Crews have to land and move tactical info around via USB sticks. No, really Britain's latest military helicopter fleet has still not had a...

Tim Cook: Augmented reality is the future, and fake news is...

While Apple CEO Tim Cook is looking forward to his company’s next big idea, which sounds like it’s going to be augmented reality-related, he’s...

Russia and China bombard Blighty with 188 cyberattacks in 3 months

Security secrets and private businesses are all fair game Britain has been hit by 188 "high-level attacks" in the last three months.…

Conviction by computer is go, confirms UK Ministry of Justice

What could possibly go wrong with this madcap scheme? Petty criminals in Britain will soon be found guilty and sentenced by computers, under new...

UK.gov slammed by Parliamentary types for ‘dysfunctional’ infosec

Report warns of 'inconsistent' and 'chaotic' response to routine data breaches A scathing parliamentary report into UK.gov’s infosec practices has called for the government...

DDoS attacks in Q4 2016

News Overview Without doubt, 2016 was the year of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) with major disruptions in terms of technology, attack scale and impact...

US Navy runs into snags with aircraft carrier’s electric plane-slingshot

EMAL system was nearly bought by the UK. Bullet dodged? Oh no The US Navy is having difficulties with its latest aircraft carrier's Electromagnetic Aircraft...

Oh Britain. Worried your routers will be hacked, but won’t touch...

Survey shows people don't act on insecure wireless routers Recent Mirai-style attacks against home broadband routers have had some effect but the majority of users...

Cybersecurity Expert Links Taiwan And Europe ATM Hacks

Group-IB says both attacks were likely carried out by Cobalt group using malware "ATM spitter." Cybersecurity firm Group-IB has linked the July Taiwan ATM cyber...

Army social media psyops bods struggling to attract fresh blood

'We have no recruiting targets,' says indignant MoD spin doctor Army social media psyops unit 77 Brigade is struggling to reel in new government cyber-warriors...

A year in infosec: Bears, botnets, breaches … and elections

History made How often can we say that an IT blunder might have changed the course of world history? Hillary Clinton’s use of a private...

UK.gov state of the nation report: Infosec’s very important, mmmkay

Gov Secure Internet to be revamped, world still on brink of digital destruction, etc etc The UK government’s first annual report on the implementation of...