Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro says non-governmental organizations may be setting fires in the Amazon to embarrass the Brazilian government after it cut their funding.
In the last five years, changes in attack methodology has placed greater emphasis on simplicity and ease of access, meaning that – along with knives – commercial vehicles have become one of the deadliest weapons used by terrorists across Europe.
A new Government Accountability Office report says the U.S. Army is currently unequipped to meet the cyber threat from adversaries such as China and Russia, citing staffing, training and equipment deficiencies.
More than 80% of piracy attacks so far this year have occurred off the coast of West Africa and the International Maritime Bureau has issued a warning for all ships sailing in the region to take extra precautions.
The “unprecedented” impact of climate change is increasingly putting the world’s food security at risk, a new United Nations (UN) study by 107 scientists reveals.
The contract will provide hospital trusts and other care settings the chance to get free perimeter cybersecurity features, including next-generation firewall, secure filtering for web content, network intrusion detection and prevention capabilities, data loss prevention, and secure DNS services.
Promotion of human rights is regarded as a national security goal. Human rights abuses by U.S.–backed forces can damage the local population’s support for the United States’ strategic aims, according to guidance from the U.S. Army.
The second EPIC App Challenge will focus on open source news and media for events across the globe that may provide viable intelligence to the U.S. government.
The Canadian government has announced two initiatives to help advance Canada’s National Cyber Security Strategy: the release of a National Cyber Security Action Plan, and the re-launching of the Cyber Security Cooperation Program with 10.3 million Canadian dollars.
Because CBP has not updated many of its policies—in a few cases for almost 20 years—the GAO review found they do not always reflect changes in technology or processes, such as those for conducting searches and handling fentanyl.