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News and analysis on global defence and military-related technology developments. Topics covered include avionics and aerospace, mil spec and MOTS/NOTS technologies, cyber warfare and defence, NATO, munitions, drones, vetronics, space electronics and more.

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NATO taking a strong arm approach to state-sponsored hacking

NATO taking a strong arm approach to state-sponsored hacking

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British Army transforms decision-making using analytics

British Army transforms decision-making using analytics

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Cybersecurity
Flawless defence – how Glasswall protected itself from a global cyber attack

Flawless defence – how Glasswall protected itself from a global cyber attack

21 June 2017 / Glasswall is an award-winning, cyber security solutions provider that has been increasingly in the headlines. [...]

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Data Analytics & Data Science
3 ways data has transformed the British Army

3 ways data has transformed the British Army

9 June 2017 / 1. The first enterprise-wide strategic management information pack for the main board The British Army [...]

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Cybersecurity
WannaCry and BlueDoom deterred by a layered approach to cyber defence

WannaCry and BlueDoom deterred by a layered approach to cyber defence

25 May 2017 / Hundreds of thousands of organisations were compromised in over 150 countries, locking users out of [...]

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Defence
Cyber defence must be a priority for next UK Government

Cyber defence must be a priority for next UK Government

17 May 2017 / An additional £200 million to update the UK Government’s cyber defences has been proposed. This [...]

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Cybersecurity
Poor cyber defence could lead to ‘nuclear war’

Poor cyber defence could lead to ‘nuclear war’

11 May 2017 / The world’s ability to defend against cyber attacks targeting nuclear weapons is grossly inadequate – [...]

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AI & Machine Learning
Are drones set to become the biggest threat to national security?

Are drones set to become the biggest threat to national security?

7 April 2017 / Drones were once viewed as technology reserved only for military strikes or the latest sci-fi [...]

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Defence
Defence budget debate need not be a zero-sum game

Defence budget debate need not be a zero-sum game

3 July 2015 / Over the next 12 months, the new Conservative government will need to make two major [...]

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Cybersecurity
Why nation-state cyber warfare should be keeping you up at night

Why nation-state cyber warfare should be keeping you up at night

1 April 2015 / Several high-profile cyber attacks in recent months have been linked to China, such as the [...]

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Defence
BAE Systems predicts shrinking Cyber and Intelligence sales

BAE Systems predicts shrinking Cyber and Intelligence sales

21 February 2013 / BAE Systems, the UK engineering and defence giant, says sales from its Cyber and Intelligence [...]

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Communications & Networking
BT wins £39m NATO networking deal

BT wins £39m NATO networking deal

15 March 2012 / BT has won a five-year, £39 million contract to provide network services to international military [...]

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Cybersecurity
Hackers target Norway’s energy and defence industry

Hackers target Norway’s energy and defence industry

18 November 2011 / Hackers have used an email-borne virus to steal documents, industrial designs and users log-ins from [...]

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Americas
US vulnerable to unexpected cyber-attacks

US vulnerable to unexpected cyber-attacks

9 February 2006 / US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld fears that a future attack against the US could be [...]

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Defence
Collaborative e-government

Collaborative e-government

9 February 2006 / Government agencies have a poor reputation for taking advantage of Internet technologies. To date, few [...]

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Defence
IBM to provide warfare expertise

IBM to provide warfare expertise

23 November 2004 / 23 November 2004 IBM Corp has signed a ten-year contract with US-based technology manufacturer Honeywell [...]

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Top five trends for harnessing data in 2019

Day 1 of our tech advent calendar – From data storytelling to using data for good, James Eiloart from Tableau gives his take on the top trends in harnessing data as we head into 2019.

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Top five business analytics intelligence trends for 2019

From explainable AI to natural language humanising data analytics, James Eiloart from Tableau gives his take on the top trends in business analytics intelligence as we head into 2019

 

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Recruitment trends in tech for 2019: Machine learning, AI and predictive analytics

 

Major changes are occurring in the ways human resources and other related professionals find the right people for open positions. Kayla Matthews looks at recruitment trends in tech.

 

 

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2018 tech predictions: what we got right (and wrong)

Ben Rafferty, Global Solutions Director at Semafone looks at what technology predictions we got right this year, and what ones we got wrong.

 

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Will 2019 see the automation of automation and push up salaries of data scientists? 

2019 will see the start of two dramatic changes applying to data scientists: and in an interview, Jeremy Achin, CEO of DataRobot told Information Age more.

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The top 5 data centre trends for 2019: Edge will drive change

Vertiv experts anticipate self-sufficient, self-healing edge in service of IoT and the emergence of 5G, as some of then top trends for data centres in 2019.

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The top 10 infrastructure and operations trends for 2019, according to Gartner

Serverless computing, AI, network agility, edge computing, the death of the data centre, new roles, SaaS denial, talent management and global infrastructure drive the Gartner top 10 infrastructure and operations trends for 2019.

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Seven existential threats to your organisation’s cyber defences in 2019

Hackers are getting smarter, meaning that businesses need to get smarter with cyber defences. Jumio\\\’s Labhesh Patel outlines seven threats

 

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The continuing rise of mobile edge computing, 5G and IoT security, hot topics for 2019

IoT a new cyber battleground, the rise of mobile edge computing and the arrival of 5G, Nick Offin from Toshiba gazes into his crystal ball with predictions for 2019

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Tech predictions from The Economist in 2019: Facial recognition to AI regulation

In this exclusive for Information Age, a team of editors from The Economist\’s World In 2019 provide tech predictions for 2019. Read here

 

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Online security predictions for 2019: From cryptojacking to MiTB attacks

Pedro Fortuna, CTO and founder of Jscrambler, provides his online security predictions for 2019 — can it get any worse? Read here

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We risk a digital crisis in 2019 akin to the 2008 banking crisis, warns data privacy lawyer

The 2019 digital crisis, data privacy charlatans and the good guys with an ethical approach: data privacy will diverge in 2019 says privacy lawyer.

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Taking stock of the turbulent tech markets. What to expect moving forward?

Nick Thurlow, NetApp managing director for UK & Ireland, discusses the state of tech stocks – and the impact of market turbulence on tech businesses. Read here

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Predictions for the telecoms industry in 2019

Colin Sempill, Managing Director at SSE Enterprise Telecoms explores his predictions for the telecoms industry in 2019. Read here

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Quantum Cryptography: The next-generation of secure data transmission

Quantum Cryptography will render much of today\\\’s encryption unsafe, Dr. Andrew Shields, Cambridge Research Laboratory of Toshiba Research Europe

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Predictions for 2019: Blockchain, AI and AR technology, Transitioning from unfamiliar entities into targeted solutions

Predictions for Blockchain, AR and VR technology: High in the sky aims have given way to clear, targeted goals and expectations

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Technology predictions for the banking sector in 2019

Don Bergal, chief marketing officer at Avoka, discusses his technology predictions for the banking sector in 2019. Read here

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What does 2019 hold when it comes to public sector technology?

Leighton James, CTO of UKCloud, discusses his 2019 predictions for public sector technology. What will the new year bring? Read here

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