Cyber War Newswire

"Ukraine Innovation Minister shares inside scoop on army of drones, cyber war, and digitalization."

Views expressed in this cyber war, cybersecurity, and cybercrime update are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 06 May 2023, 2248 UTC.  Content provided by email subscription to "Cyber War News" from EIN Presswire.com.

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Russ Roberts (https://www.hawaiicybersecurityjournal.net)

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Forbes

UKRAINE - AUGUST 2, 2022 - The presentation of 30 DJI Matrice 300 RTK drones purchased for the Armed ... [+] Forces of Ukraine under the Army of Drones Project is underway in Ukraine. This photo cannot be distributed in the Russian Federation. (Photo …

 
 
Asia Financial

  China has updated its military conscription law, to entice retired service personnel to return, while also seeking to recruit college students with space and cyber warfare skills. New rules for the People’s Liberation Army, endorsed by the State Council …

 
 
CGTN

Photo taken of the White House and stop sign in Washington, D.C., United States, August 4, 2022. /Xinhua Photo taken of the White House and stop sign in Washington, D.C., United States, August 4, 2022. /Xinhua Editor's note: CGTN's First …

 
 
The National Interest

It is worth remembering, more than a year into Russia’s war in Ukraine, that the conflict was initiated not by an artillery shell or missile or any kinetic action, but with a cyberattack on the Ukrainian financial system with the deliberate aim of …

 
 
Air Force Magazine

More than 50 Air Force specialties—from bomber maintenance to cryptologic language analyst to dental hygienist—are eligible for retention bonuses worth up to $100,000 this year, down from 63 last fiscal year.   The Air Force’s Selective Retention Bonus …

 
 
The Epoch Times

China’s newly revised military conscription laws went into effect on May 1. Its focus on reenlisting retired service people and recruiting college students with expertise in space and cyberwarfare has drawn widespread attention.  The amended conscription …

 
 
Daily Star

Pro-Russian hackers could ruin next week’s Eurovision song contest in Liverpool. Experts fear a repeat of last year’s event in Turin when Italian cops had to thwart efforts by the Killnet group, which supports the Kremlin, to hack voting systems and wreck …

 
 
The Hill

China has updated its conscription laws to allow former soldiers to reenlist and increase investment in cyberwarfare and space expertise, The Guardian reported. The revised rules went into effect on Monday after China’s state council and central military …

 
 
ITWeb

Craig Rosewarne, MD of Wolfpack Information Risk. ITWeb Security Summit will kick off on 6 June, with a jam-packed programme featuring over 50 local and global experts who will share the latest knowledge, strategies, tactics and technoques with South …

 
 
WMUR 9 - New Hampshire

Mike Rogers tells New Hampshire voters why China is by far America's greatest threat Conversation with the Candidate Copy Link Copy {copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! Updated: 7:27 PM EDT May 5, 2023 Hide Transcript Show Transcript AND WE’RE GOING TO …


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