Defence

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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