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'If you monkey with a system that’s supposed to provide global connectivity, it’s very easy to make mistakes'

A prototype unmanned combat aircraft, called Taranis is unveiled by the Ministry of Defence (MoD). It will test the possibility of developing an autonomous stealthy Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) that could strike targets at long range, and be under the control of military crews on the ground. REUTERS/BAE Systems/MoD/Crown Copyright/ Handout

New alliance between MoD, arms manufacturers and telecoms aims to bolster UK cyber security

The Defence Cyber Protection Partnership (DCPP) includes BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin and Hewlett Packard

According to the California-based security firm a single hacking group is responsible for attacks that coincided with the 63rd anniversary of the start of the Korean War this week, as well as hacks in March 2013 that wiped computer hard drives at South Korean banks and broadcasters.

South Korean cyberattacks linked to known DarkSeoul gang by Symantec Security

North Korea has been blamed for previous cyberattacks on South Korean banks and government

Edward Snowden, NSA whistleblower, studied for a Masters degree in Computer Security at the University of Liverpool

It is believed that the former CIA technical assistant learned many skills here which informed his work for the US government

Fears raised over close ties between RBS and top accountant KPMG

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Ren Zhengfei, the Huawei founder, has just given his first interview in 26 years

Secrecy and security: Huawei is the company that has the world worried

You may not have heard of Huawei, but its products may well be in your house. Last year the company, based in Shenzen, China, overtook Ericsson to become the world’s largest manufacturer of telecoms equipment. It controls a quarter of the EU market in telecoms infrastructure and has won more than half of the contracts for 4G technology awarded in Europe, including big deals with EE (formerly Orange and T-Mobile), O2 and 3UK.

Parliament calls in EADS for cyber protection

Pan-European aerospace and defence giant EADS has been asked to protect MPs’ and Lords’ computers from being hacked by cyber terrorists.

Government faces around 33,000 cyber attacks a month, reveals Cabinet Office minister Chloe Smith

The Government faces around 33,000 cyber attacks each month from sophisticated criminals and state-sponsored groups, a Cabinet Office minister said today.

North Korea hackers suspected after major computer crash in the South

Skulls pop up on the screens of some computers — a strong indication that hackers planted a malicious code in systems

Vodafone and BAE announce security deal

Defence giant BAE has announced a five-year tie-up with Vodafone that will see the duo work on cyber-security products.

Probe launched: Did drive to track illegal immigrants breach data laws?

The information watchdog has launched an investigation into a drive to track down people who are in the country illegally, which was contracted out by the UK Border Agency to private company Capita.

Probe into death of Iranian blogger urged

Iran's parliament has urged the judiciary to thoroughly investigate the death of a blogger in custody and monitor police stations to prevent further abuses.

Market Report: BAE takes off amid return of bid chatter

The City's gossip engines were fired up and aimed at aerospace group BAE Systems again yesterday.

A March 2012 photograph of Edward Devenney covering himself up as he arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court

Royal Navy submariner Edward Devenney remanded in custody after admitting meeting 'Russian secret agents' to discuss UK military intelligence

A Royal Navy submariner who tried to pass on secret information to Russian agents has been remanded in custody after admitting his crime.

The police are urging IT specialists to become volunteers in the battle against cyber crime

IT specialists urged to help police

IT specialists should consider becoming police volunteers to help stop criminals trying to fleece Britons of hundreds of millions of pounds online, the Security Minister is to suggest.

Greek publisher charged over 'tax evader' list

A publisher appeared in court yesterday following the publication in his magazine of the so-called Lagarde list of more than 2,000 members of Greece's political and business elite who are said to be evading tax.

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