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Op-Ed: Incoming – A.I., the cyber arms race and a new security culture

New York - The cyberwar has been ongoing for quite a while, since the beginning of the digital revolution. Now, it’s foreseeable that the current national security culture is eroding as technologies shift and evolve. The future is looking very complex indeed.

Op-Ed: Russia to unplug from the internet — Good move, perhaps

Moscow - Russia is regularly accused of cyberespionage, denial of service attacks and most of the lexicon of cyber warfare. Now, Russia plans to disconnect from the internet in a security move. It may well be the new reality for a new cyber Cold War.

Op-Ed: U.S. vs Huawei, facts, fiction, and more

Washington - The U.S. trade war with China includes a background narrative of espionage, intellectual property theft, and, of course, communications. That’s why Huawei, China’s huge communications company, is front and center of a huge global security debate.

US Cyber command creates 40 new teams for protection and attacks

Washington - General Keith Alexander is head of both the National Security Agency and the US Cyber Command. Alexander told the US Senate Armed Services Committee that the 40 teams should be ready by 2015.

Op-Ed: China’s PLA, cyber theft and simplistic spin

Sydney - The US is getting calls for action to deal with cyber theft by the PLA. This is a far more complex situation than either side is prepared to admit. The spin has seriously dumbed down the real issues.

Information Warfare Monitor finds spy-network based in China

Canadian researchers say that computers of several embassies worldwide as well as at the United Nations and the office of the Dalai Lama have been infiltrated by a cyber-space spy network originating in Chengdu, China. Beijing denies any knowledge.

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