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2016: The Year the Veils Over State Offensive Cyber Operations Were Lifted (By François Delerue, CEIS)

The development of information and communication technologies and the creation of the Internet in particular represent a formidable progress for humanity. This technological evolution is bringing about new prospects in terms of education and circulation of knowledge, communication, and human and economic development. However, certain players have quickly identified...

Cyber Security for Satellite Systems {By Secgate}

Author: Secgate As hackers attack data centers, mobile devices, IoT networks, desktop PCs, and physical infrastructure they will obviously also turn their attention to space, if what they intend to do is to inflict the maximum possible harm – because so many people today depend on satellites. Here we...

Mifare Smart Card Security {By Kevin Larson}

Smart cards and the use of near-field communications (NFC) is an increasingly popular tool for many things from wireless payment solutions to entry access and identification.  One of the main players in this industry, NXP, designed the MIFARE Classic many years ago, and to date 260 Million readers and...

Addressing Cyber Terrorism Threats {By Zahri Bin Yunos, Cybersecurity Malaisia}

What is Cyber Terrorism?  Cyber terrorism is the convergence of cyberspace and terrorism. It refers to the unlawful attacks and threats of attacks against computers, networks and the information stored therein when done to intimidate or coerce a government or its people in furtherance of political or social objectives...
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