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Iran-sponsored cyberattacks have significantly increased in recent weeks, with multiple hacker groups shifting their focus to Israeli targets. Indeed, before Iran’s missile attack on...
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The US Space Development Agency (SDA) plans to test its hypersonic missile detection satellite constellation, which was developed by SpaceX and L3Harris Technologies. The...
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Israel has reportedly made exoatmospheric intercepts of the Iranian rockets on Sunday. Any missile intercepted outside the Kármán line (the boundary of Earth’s atmosphere,...
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The US Space Force announced its partnership with Rocket Lab and True Anomaly for the first ever military demonstration in space. This first-of-its-kind TacRS mission...
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An international team of researchers worked for three years to compile the first ever "World Cybercrime Index” (which was developed as a joint partnership...
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Artificial intelligence is gaining use in modern warfare – what does it mean, and is it dangerous? AI, while faster than humans, is not...
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Cyberspace is being increasingly used in conflicts, which means that cyber arms control needs to be addressed as well. A recent analysis published by...
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Written by Or Shalom The Milipol exhibition, held in Singapore on April 3-5, 2024, dealt as always with homeland security technologies. The exhibition, in collaboration...
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A white paper published by SEI and OpenAI claims large language models could be an asset for cybersecurity professionals, but must be evaluated using...
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New York City will soon test out new AI technology that detects guns at subway turnstiles, an initiative led by Mayor Eric Adams. NY state...
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Analysts report that cyberattacks linked to Chinese intelligence agencies are rapidly increasing both in frequency and capability, as they seek to test foreign government...
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The US recently concluded a series of experiments on new tech during Project Convergence Capstone 4 (PC-C4), involving the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines,...
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Hypersonic weapons have a special coating layer that keeps them from overheating or destabilizing, and was believed to withstand temperatures of thousands of degrees...
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Recent footage of two Russian submarines shows they began using anti-drone cages (also called “cope cages”), structures that gained prominence on Russian and Ukrainian...
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This news was initially reported by the Russian state-run RIA Novosti news agency, just weeks after Houthi rebels hinted at the “surprises” they have for the...
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Apple recently failed its bid to dismiss a lawsuit alleging its AirTag devices help stalkers track their victims. San Francisco District Judge Vince Chhabria ruled...
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Microsoft set to release Copilot for Security AI tool to help cybersecurity workers produce summaries of suspicious incidents and identify hackers’ methods to conceal...
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North Korean hackers have stolen vital microchip information from South Korean chip makers, according to reports from South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS). “We believe...
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Since the first launch of a human made machine into space, approximately 55,000 satellites were deployed into space as of 2023. It is further...
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A Chinese team of researchers released a study that claims robot dogs equipped with machine guns can rival human accuracy and marksmanship, which could...
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General Stephen Whiting, commander of US Space Command, recently warned lawmakers that China and Russia have “transformed space into a contested warfighting domain.” Whiting...
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It is speculated that Yemen’s Houthi rebels cut three cables under the Red Sea that provide global internet and telecommunications, though it is still...

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