Category: Frontline Security

Tele-Robotics Leader H3 Dynamics From Singapore Expands, Chooses Paris as its European HQ

Tele-Robotics Leader H3 Dynamics From Singapore Expands, Chooses Paris as its European HQ

Innovating at the cross-roads of robotics, cognitive computing, and IoT, H3 Dynamics has a history of enabling the autonomy of sensors and small aerial drones using advanced hydrogen energy technologies. By bringing all of this together, H3D is set to market a range of solutions that achieve productivity gains and operational efficiencies for its clients globally. In response to […]

New Trend Micro Report: The Fake News Machine

New Trend Micro Report: The Fake News Machine

Trend Micro has released a new report ‘The Fake News Machine: How Propagandists Abuse the Internet and Manipulate the Public’ Fake news was relatively unheard of last year (until the U.S. election campaign period started) during which an explosion of misinformation campaigns trended. But despite its seemingly rampant spread, fake news is just one facet of […]

Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure Launches Incident Command System Application

Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure Launches Incident Command System Application

Intergraph Planning & Response helps agencies manage major incidents and events Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure has launched Intergraph Planning & Response, an application for managing major incidents and events. The system integrates and coordinates resources, procedures and communications during large-scale emergencies, natural disasters, festivals, sporting events and more. It supports individual or multiple agencies and works across […]

Islamic State’s Chemical Weapons Capability Degraded, IHS Markit says

Islamic State’s Chemical Weapons Capability Degraded, IHS Markit says

But group likely retains expertise to produce small batches of sulphur mustard and chlorine agents There has been a major reduction in the use of chemical weapons (CW) by the Islamic State in Syria in 2017, and a concentration of CW attacks in Iraq inside the besieged city of Mosul, according to new analysis from […]

North Korea fires possible anti-ship missiles - Jane's by IHS Markit analysis

North Korea fires possible anti-ship missiles – Jane’s by IHS Markit analysis

North Korea test-fired what appears to have been a salvo of anti-ship cruise missiles from its east coast on 8 June, the Yonhap news agency reported, citing South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS). The latest development marks the 11th time this year that Pyongyang has test-fired missiles and the fifth time since the new […]

Unisys Introduces FamilyNow, an Advanced Solution for Social Services Agencies to Better Protect Children and Address Families in Need

Unisys Introduces FamilyNow, an Advanced Solution for Social Services Agencies to Better Protect Children and Address Families in Need

Solution capabilities such as mobile applications and advanced data analytics give workers fast and easy access to the tools they need prevent tragedy Unisys Corporation has announced the global availability of FamilyNow, a comprehensive, next-generation case management software solution that helps government social services agencies protect children at risk. With FamilyNow, social services agencies can apply […]

Proofpoint's fourth annual Human Factor report

Proofpoint’s fourth annual Human Factor report

The headline story of 2016 threat landscape was the explosive growth of ransomware and the massive email campaigns that delivered it to organisations of all sizes around the world. These attacks added up to billions of dollars in direct financial losses. Cyber criminals relied less on automated attacks and exploits, shifting instead to social engineering. The change increased […]

Hands Tied: Half of Organisations Say Cyber Attacks Are on the Rise,  But Resource Constraints Persist

Hands Tied: Half of Organisations Say Cyber Attacks Are on the Rise, But Resource Constraints Persist

80 per cent of ISACA survey respondents expect a cyberattack to hit their organisation this year, but many remain unprepared New and evolving threats combined with persistent resource challenges limit organisations’ abilities to defend against cyber intrusions, according to the second installment of ISACA’s 2017 State of Cyber Security Study. Eighty per cent of the […]

Third major attack in the UK in under three months underlines intensification of terrorism threat

Third major attack in the UK in under three months underlines intensification of terrorism threat

Otso Iho, Senior Analyst, Jane’s Terrorism & Insurgency Centre (JTIC), IHS Markit On 3 June, three suspected Islamist militants used a vehicle to drive into pedestrians on London Bridge in the UK capital London, before disembarking on foot and proceeding to indiscriminately stab people at the nearby Borough Market area, a location filled with busy […]

10-Step Cybersecurity Checklist for Smart Cities

10-Step Cybersecurity Checklist for Smart Cities

We have already discussed how smart cities are being designed to fit the culture and needs of citizens worldwide. We have also delved into how smart technology implementations in critical sectors can be attacked. We have also learned how the absence of well-defined security standards and regulations, can turn projected benefits into unforeseen problems. In […]

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