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What would be Cyber future? AI, Persistent surveillance, War of data, Internet of Emotions, and human hacking

Cyber attacks are  continuously  increasing in numbers, becoming more varied more sophisticated, and more impactful. What Will Cybersecurity Look Like 10 Years From Now?  According to Gil Shwed, Founder and CEO of Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., the future of cybersecurity is tightly connected to the future of information technology and …

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DARPA’s LADS program to secure Military Internet of things (MIOT) from cyber and other attacks from adversaries, hackers, and terrorists.

The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these objects to connect and exchange data. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system but is able to inter-operate within the …

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The shortages of cyber warriors are driving Militaries to recruit geek armies to complement their cyber force.

The incidents of cyberwarfare are ever increasing, targeting more and more countries and becoming legitimate. Part of the Ukrainian power grid was attacked by hackers, causing blackouts; US accused Iranians of attempting to hack into the control-system of a dam.  Russia was also suspected for cyber-attack on Turkey following the …

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Under High-profile global cyber attacks, Global Cybersecurity Index 2017 measures the commitment of the ITU Member States to cybersecurity

Singapore has topped a global cyber security index released by the United Nations, followed by other UN member states such as the United States, Malaysia, Oman, Estonia, Mauritius, Australia, Georgia,     France and Canada, the other top 10 countries. The Index has been released by the UN telecommunications agency International Telecommunication …

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Real-time behavioral analytics, new tool for detecting advanced external and internal Cyber threats and mental health, employed by Intelligence agencies to DOD

An insider threat is a malicious threat to an organization that comes from people within the organization, such as employees, former employees, contractors or business associates, who have inside information concerning the organization’s security practices, data and computer systems. The threat may involve fraud, the theft of confidential or commercially …

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New cyber security technologies Dispersing data packets over Multiple Network Paths and Continuously Scrambling Code

“United States adversaries are launching increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks on the complicated web of networked systems upon which our military relies,” explained Robert W. Twitchell, Jr., President and CEO of Dispersive Technologies. “These attacks impair connectivity, degrade mission effectiveness and threaten lives. “While the means of cyber attacks vary, the pattern …

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DARPA plans for Revolutionary approaches for Real-Time Defense against DDoS attacks on Military Networks

As the name suggests, denial-of-service (DoS) attacks are designed to deny legitimate users access to websites and services by overwhelming them with illegitimate connections, requests and traffic.  A distributed denial-of-service attack is when the DoS attacks are being done by multiple attackers all trying to attack a source at once, be it from …

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Cisco Annual Security Report proposes Integrated Threat Defense Architecture to combat challenging cybersecurity landscape

“Our just-released 2016 Cisco Annual Security Report (ASR) presents a challenging cybersecurity landscape: cyber defense teams are fighting to keep up with rapid global digitization while trying to integrate dozens of vendor solutions, speed up detection, and educate their organizations from top to bottom. Meanwhile attackers grow more bold, flexible, …

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DARPA’s Edge-CT program to protect Military WANs from Cyber Attacks and Network Errors on the Fly

The United States military is heavily dependent on networked communication to fulfill its missions. The wide-area network (WAN) infrastructure that supports this communication is vulnerable to a wide range of failures and cyber attacks that can severely impair connectivity and mission effectiveness at critical junctures. Examples include inadvertent or malicious …

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