Russia Sends Spy Ship To Syrian Coast

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Russia has stepped up its intelligence effort, aimed at getting data on any Israeli action related to Syria. Sources told i-HLS that this effort...

Nowhere to hide – mobile phones end privacy

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"It'll get worse before it gets better," mobile industry expert Chetan Sharma told NBC News. "Unless leaders step up and work on a framework...

Leaked Documents Offer Snapshot of NRO Activities in Space

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The U.S. National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) is trying to wean itself from reliance on a satellite communications system run by NASA, according to excerpts...

Report: NSA broke into UN video teleconferencing system

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The U.S. National Security Agency has reportedly cracked the encryption used by the video teleconferencing system at the United Nations headquarters in New York...

Satellite imagery reveals Iranian UAV base developments

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The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) base on the Iranian island of Qeshm has undergone significant development in recent years, as revealed by DigitalGlobe satellite...

HoverMast to be delivered to IDF

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Sky Sapience will mark a significant company milestone on September 2, 2013, when it hands over the newly upgraded Hovermast-100, tethered hovering system for...

Israel has evidence on the Syrian chemical attack

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Israeli sources said that the IDF’s intelligence unit, Unit 8200 – which, among other intelligence operations, routinely eavesdrops on communications among military and political leaders...

The future of American spy satellites is uncertain

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In the next few weeks an unlikely government agency known more for weather than regulating satellites, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA), may...

Encryption Expert: The Days Of Private Email Conversations ‘Are Long Over’

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When American firm Silent Circle shut down its Silent Mail encrypted-email service earlier this month, it claimed that "e-mail as we know it today...

Al Qaeda ‘Targeting European Rail Network’

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Europe's high-speed rail network is at risk of being attacked by al Qaeda, according to a German newspaper. Bild, citing intelligence sources, said the extremist...

Fear on the web – no more privacy

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A prominent legal news site, well known and respected for explaining the ins and outs of technology-related law, is shutting down over its founder's...

Israeli Army Unit 8200 – The Best Tech School On Earth

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If you want to make it as a tech entrepreneur, enlist in the Israeli Defense Force and aim for Unit 8200. Unit 8200 runs Israel's...

U.S. power plants, utilities face growing cyber vulnerability

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American power plants and utility companies face a growing cyber vulnerability. No U.S. power plant has so far suffered a significant cyberattack, but experts...

Stand off – Israel is watching Egypt from afar

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In light of the recent developments in the Middle East Israel stepped up its intelligence-gathering efforts, mostly by electronic means, in order to detect...

Leaks foil N.S.A. Plan for Cyberdefense

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The leaked information about the operations of the N.S.A. in the U.S. have foiled a huge Cyber defense plan. Even while rapidly expanding its electronic...

DHS awards $6 billion cybersecurity contract

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The Department of Homeland Security just awarded contracts to 17 vendors for tools and services to continuously monitor federal systems and networks for cyber...

Spy bugs – they can go anywhere, see and hear anything

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Real science is quickly catching up to science fiction, especially when it comes to the latest amazing advances in miniaturization. Some time ago a new...

Commercial unmanned air system (UAS) to be operational soon

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Insitu is planning to launch the first U.S. commercial unmanned aircraft system operation following receipt of FAA type certification for its ScanEagle UAS on...

A European Spy Network

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The European Union is pondering an EU Commission proposal to acquire a fleet of surveillance drones, satellites, and planes as part of an “ambitious...

Splunk Named A Leader In The 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant For...

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Often seen as inflexible, slow and failing to deliver on the promise of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), the traditional SIEMs of yesterday...

The Danger of confusing Cyberespionage with Cyberwarfare

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 China has recently been accused of intense spying activity in cyberspace, following claims that the country uses cyber tactics to gain access to military...

The Classic Cyber Defense Methods Have Failed – What Comes Next?

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By Amir Averbuch and Gabi Siboni INSS – CYBER Warfare Program   The classic defense methods employed throughout the world in recent decades are proving unsuccessful in halting modern...

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