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‘No decision’ on Raytheon GPS landing system aboard Brit aircraft carriers

We've already got one tried and tested system, huffs MoD The Ministry of Defence has insisted it has made “no decisionrdquo; to install the US Navyrsquo;s JPALS aircraft carrier landing system aboard HMS Prince of Wales, the second of the Royal Navyrsquo;s two new 65,000-tonne aircraft carriers.…

Fancy buying our aircraft carrier satnav, Raytheon asks UK

System might only be fitted to HMS Prince of Wales – reports American defence firm Raytheon has said it is in talks with the Ministry of Defence to put the US Navyrsquo;s “satnav for F-35srdquo; system onto new British carrier HMS Prince of Wales.…

PhishMe Takes Home SC Europe Awards 2017

PhishMe Simulator and PhishMe Reporter RecognisedLONDON, UK – 13th June 2017 – PhishMereg; Inc., the leader in human phishing defence solutions, is pleased to announce that PhishMe Simulatortrade; and PhishMe Reporterreg; were recognised by a panel representing the audience of SC Media, as the winning solutions in the Best Professional Training or Certification Programme category at the 2017 SC Awards Europe.

The announcement was made Tuesday, 6th June at the awards presentation held at Old... Source: RealWire

Intel fires warning shots at Microsoft, claims x86 emulation is a...

Intel doesn't name names, but Windows 10 on ARM is surely the target of its ire.

Huawei Australia appoints former NBN security head as cybersecurity officer

Former head of security for NBN and Telecom New Zealand Malcolm Shore, who has also worked in NZ Defence security, has been appointed Huawei Australia's cybersecurity officer.

Infosecurity Europe 2017: Balabit to showcase Privileged Access Management Solutions

Balabit on-stand presentations to explore how to deliver defence against Privileged Identity Theft and Insider ThreatsLondon, 1st June 2017, Balabit will be showcasing its award winning Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions that protect against ...

Universities to share AU$5.7m for defence cybersecurity, autonomous systems

22 universities in Australia will have to share the AU$5.7 million funding injection from the federal government to develop tech-related defence capabilities.

IT threat evolution Q1 2017

Wersquo;ve become accustomed to seeing a steady stream of security breaches month after month; and this quarter has been no exception, including attacks on Barts Health Trust, Sports Direct, Intercontinental Hotels Group and ABTA.

​Canberra coughs up AU$730m for Defence Technologies Fund

The Australian government has announced a AU$730 million 'Next Generation' Technologies Fund that it said will be used to help the Defence Force respond to, and overcome, new threats.

​Machine learning can also aid the cyber enemy: NSA research head

Smart cyber adversaries are starting to turn machine learning algorithms against the defence.

But adversaries could be frustrated by deliberate cyber deception.

This is where the Navy will park its 75,000-ton aircraft carriers

It was supposed to be a 40,000-ton US supply ship on the day, though The Ministry of Defence has spent around £200m rebuilding a jetty at HM Naval Base Portsmouth ready for the arrival of HMS Queen Elizabeth later this year. El Reg got invited to watch an American supply ship test it out.…

Singapore looks to better arm itself with cyberdefence unit, skills

Defence Ministry will set up a new 24 by 7 cybersecurity command unit, comprising top-ranking military and armed officers, to monitor potential threats and intrusions.