Cyber War News, 13-14 Jan 2019

Welcome to the Sunday edition of “Hawaii Intelligence Digest”–a Hawaii Island-based blog focusing on cyber war, cyber security, geopolitical news, terrorism, international affairs, and politics.  Views expressed in this intelligence news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.  This post cites articles published by EIN News/EIN Presswire.  Before we examine today’s top cyber war news, let’s take a brief look at world news headlines from the BBC in London.  Please click the link below to download the current BBC News video:

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Now that we an idea of today’s world situation, here’s the report on current cyber war and cybersecurity developments.

Accessed on 14 January 2019, 0009 UTC, Post 890.

Source:  https://cyberwar.einnews.com

Please click the link or scroll down to read your selections.

New Straits Times
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ExecutiveBiz

The U.S. Navy wants to procure research support services for the research and development of technology platforms that would enhance cyber warfare capabilities of Naval Air Systems Command’s weapon systems. \n\n The service branch seeks proposals detailing …

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Amid golden fields and disused military sites on the outskirts of the quiet town of Ipswich lies BT’s version of the Google campus: Adastral Park. It’s a grittier version of Silicon Valley, with fewer glass buildings and far more character. The …

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Shanghai News

The main topic of the meeting, Kanuck told me, was “cyber-stability” — understanding confidence-building measures and the rules of engagement. “The purpose is to prevent a spiral of escalation in cyber-space,” he said. It’s something experts have worried …

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The Borneo Post

Mohamad Sabu (left) welcomed by Mohd Kassim on arrival to visit the family members of the late Adib at Kampung Tebengau. — Bernama photo ALOR SETAR: The Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2019 (LIMA ‘19) in March is expected to focus …

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Taipei Times

In cyberspace, conflict is the norm when it comes to nation-states. Russia’s malware shows up on US power grids and its online trolls try to influence elections. Meanwhile, China steals the personal data and intellectual property of leading US …

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Korea Herald

In cyberspace, conflict is the norm when it comes to nation-states. Russia’s malware shows up on US power grids, and its online trolls try to influence elections. China, meanwhile, steals the personal data and intellectual property of leading American …

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Arutz Sheva
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Zim Eye

  Following Strive Masiyiwa’s remarks on Facebook yesterday on the alleged “cyberbullying” that saw his wife shut down her Twitter account, Jonathan Moyo has reacted with fury to the businessman’s sentiments. Moyo said Strive Masiyiwa’s accusations against …

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Taipei News

TAIPEI, TAIWAN —  Taiwan is upgrading a fleet of American-made fighter jets, but may scrap ambitions to acquire the more advanced F-35 models, showing the limits of U.S.-Taiwan military cooperation despite a common interest of resisting China. The Air …

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Until next time,

Russ Roberts

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