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Navy Cyber Review: U.S. Military Already Overmatched by Russia, China

The U.S. military has already been overtaken in its warfighting ability by "near peer" adversaries Russia and China — if you take into account the vulnerability to cyber attack of America's civilian industries vital to the war effort, like the power grid.

UN: Millions of Climate Change Deaths and Infertility by 2050 Unless Drastic Action is Taken Now

The report makes clear that the science, technology, and financing exists to move towards a more sustainable global economy, and ensure that the worst-case scenario is avoided, but political leaders, together with much of the public and private sector, is still wedded to outdated, polluting models of production and development.

New 4G and 5G Vulnerabilities Could be Used to Intercept Calls and Track Users

In an attack the researchers have dubbed ToRPEDO adversaries can use this paging message to track a victim’s location and then inject fake paging messages and stop calls and texts from coming in.

Manmade Global Warming Evidence Reaches ‘Gold Standard’ Level of Certainty

The US-led team said confidence that human activities were raising the heat at the Earth’s surface had reached a “five-sigma” level, a statistical gauge meaning there is only a one-in-a-million chance that the signal would appear if there was no warming.

DHS-Commissioned Report Offers National Approach to Terrorism Prevention

Among the report’s interviewees, there was consensus that a federal role in countermessaging is necessary, as online propaganda is a central driver of terrorist threats in the country from all ideological sources.

US Air Force Report Warns of Increasing Threats to US and Allied Use of Space

In the near future, competitors will enhance their warfighting capacity by improving space capabilities. Also, the development of some space technologies could lead to a misperception of intent, driving countries to adopt a more hostile posture.

Climate Change and Cyber Attacks Named as Biggest Global Security Threats

In the United States, 74 percent of respondents said cyber attacks from other countries was their top concern, followed by the threat from ISIS, climate change, and North Korea’s nuclear program.

New Policy Paper Highlights ‘Serious National Security Threat from Huawei and ZTE’

The authors say that U.S.-led pressure on Huawei and ZTE, such as that outlined in the paper, could potentially force the Chinese government to change its behavior, which might ultimately build trust among U.S. and allied governments.
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