Governments invest in cyber war TechEye China A report from ABI Research estimates that military forces, government agencies and private defence contractors will spend $10 billion on cybersecurity this year.
Jihadis have hacked tens of thousands of Twitter accounts in retaliation for the drone attack that killed a British Islamic State extremist. A group called Cyber Caliphate urged follower to hack accounts.
International hacker group Anonymous should leave its cyberwar effort against Islamic State to the authorities, who are better able to deal with the terrorists’ internet activities, a NATO security official has said.
British Prime Minister Cameron has announced an additional two billion pounds (2.85 billion euros) in public spending to finance the country's anti-terrorism forces. He also pledged a renewed focus on cybersecurity.
Around 600 cyber defenders from across the Alliance and partner nations are taking part in this year’s “Cyber Coalition 2015” exercise which runs from 16-20 November at the Alliance’s Cyber Range in Tartu, Estonia and at locations in other participating nations. The five-day training event will test the ability of Allies and partners to defend their networks from a series of complex security challenges. “As cyber threats evolve, so too must our cyber defences. Our technology can only be as effective as our people and processes,” said Ambassador Sorin Ducaru, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges.
A cyberespionage group with possible ties to the Iranian government has targeted over 1,600 defense officials, diplomats, researchers, human rights activists, journalists and other high-profile individuals around the world.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards stepped up hacking of email and social media accounts of Obama administration officials in recent weeks in cyber attacks believed linked to the arrest of an Iranian-American businessman in Tehran, the Wall Street Journal...
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