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  • File Encryption Is Your Best Defense Against Ransomware

    By L. Blinde By Brent Hansen, CTO, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies We want to think that we’ve made our IT systems relatively impervious to ransomware attacks, but trends are showing otherwise. Rather than focusing on only preventing breaches, we have to consider the importance of file encryption so data is worthless even if the network […]

  • South Korea to Add Robots-on-Rails and AI Surveillance to DMZ Border

    In this June 14, 2019, file photo, South Korean army soldiers patrol while hikers visit the DMZ Peace Trail in the demilitarized zone in Goseong, South Korea.  The demilitarized zone between North and South Korea will be getting new surveillance technologies in the coming months, Korean news outlets report. South Korea is preparing to increase […]

  • Next Gen Surveillance Planes

    Army orders two prototype sensor suites for next generation surveillance plane Nathan Strout 38 minutes ago WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army has selected two companies to design and build prototype sensors for its next generation airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) system, according to a June 14 announcement. The Army Project Director for Sensors – […]

  • Declassified Cold War code-breaking manual has lessons for solving ‘impossible’ puzzles

    May 30, 2021 4.06pm EDT Author Richard BeanResearch Fellow, The University of Queensland Disclosure statement Richard Bean does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Partners University of Queensland provides funding as […]

  • Internships Directorate of Science and Technology

    Alyssa, an intern in our Directorate of Science and Technology, experienced CIA’s operational mission firsthand. She continues her service today, working hard to keep our country safe. #CIA interns don’t sit on the sidelines. #InternswithImpactExplore student opportunities.cia.gov

  • GCHQ chief: West Faces ‘Moment of Reckoning’ Over Cybersecurity

      Britain and its allies face a “moment of reckoning” in which secure encryption and other future technologies may no longer be “shaped and controlled by the west”, according to the head of the spy agency GCHQ. © Provided by The Guardian Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA In a speech on Friday, Jeremy Fleming will say the UK […]

  • A Military Child Learns What It Means to Be an American.

    By Leaving by Nathalie Grogan, The War HorseApril 21, 2021 “So, where are you from?” The question used to throw me whenever it was asked, long after it was reasonable to be confused as to the answer. I didn’t know where I was from. What does it mean to be “from” a place, anyway? And […]

  • HOW ZOOM HAS REDUCED BARRIERS TO ENTRY IN NATIONAL SECURITY

    This article is part of ‘The Future of National Security Work.’ Words: Katherine Kuzminski One of the most important factors in my career has been the mentorship and advocacy I received from those who came before me. As we transitioned to a fully remote world, one of the most pressing concerns on my mind was the […]

  • Secret Agent

    ‘The Courier’ Review: Secrets and Spies Benedict Cumberbatch plays a salesman-turned-secret agent in this stuffy Cold War drama. By Jeannette Catsoulis March 18, 2021 The Courier Directed by Dominic Cooke Thriller PG-131h 51m FIND TICKETS “The Courier,” a true life-based spy thriller set in the early 1960s — and staged to appeal to audiences old enough to […]

  • Top Spy Novels

    MI6 Chief Richard Moore, breaks cover to reveal favourite John Le Carre novel on World Book Day Britain’s top spy broke cover today – to discover which is John le Carre’s most popular espionage book. MI6 chief Richard Moore tweeted: “On #WorldBookDay, the first after John le Carre’s death, I thought a 24 hour poll to judge his best […]