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President Obama warns of 'cyber arms race' with Russia

Hangzhou - President Barack Obama at once warned of an international cyber weapons arms race and subtly cautioned Russia and other adversaries that the United States has a greater capacity to wage cyber warfare than any other nation.

Op-Ed: Australian Defence White Paper gets flak from all sides

Sydney - A White Paper has thrown a few explosives in to the long-running debate/ cursing competition about Australia’s defence budget. An annual budget of over $50 billion per year in future and $150 billion for 12 submarines hasn’t gone down well.

South Korea: North Korea has 6,000-strong 'cyber army'

Seoul - South Korea officials warned on Tuesday that rival North Korea has a 6,000-member cyber army tasked with attacking and disrupting its democratic neighbor's military and government computer networks.

Intel report: North Korea deployed 'terror teams' to attack U.S.

North Korea sent covert commando teams to infiltrate the United States to carry out possible terrorist attacks against major cities and nuclear power plants, a declassified US intelligence report has revealed.

Cyber attack biggest threat to US, say security heads in new poll

Washington - Cyber-warfare is the most significant threat to the United States, say almost half the respondents, all leaders in the field of US national security, in a new poll, carried out by specialist defense publication Defense News.

Chief of Iran's cyber warfare program found shot dead near Tehran

Tehran - Mojtaba Ahmadi, the chief of the Cyber War Headquarters in Iran, was found shot-dead. dead in a wooded area near of Karaj, north-west of Iran's capital, Tehran. It is not clear if this was an assassination.

UK's Ministry of Defence to beef up cyberspace capabilities

London - The UK’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) announced at the weekend the formation of a new Joint Cyber Unit with offensive capabilities.

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.

China and North Korea perfect Cyber espionage

Chinese threat: shutdown of telecoms, South Korea military accuses North of stealing secrets, Iran, IAEA begin nuke talks as Ahmadinejad visits China, and Syria faces 'all-out civil war', says Annan.

US Pentagon can declare war on cyber attacks

Washington - The US Pentagon has decided computer sabotage falls under the category of acts of war, opening the door for US response in the form of military retaliation, a move seen as essential in the government’s attempt to keep pace with cyber attacks.

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