Iran is looting US through cyber-attacks, claims a US cyber-security company Tehran/Washington: Iran, who threatened an unconventional war in retaliation to the sanctions imposed by the United States is realising its threat through cyber-attacks. The US cybersecurity group has exposed this information and has warned that Iranian hackers are attacking the US companies for financial gains. US cybersecurity experts and former officials have said that the Iranian cyber-attacks have intensified,
Beijing : China has approved the controversial cyber security act, putting forth the reason of cyber attacks and terrorism. Having made difficult the entry for companies with foreign technology in China due to this new act, they have been imposed with restrictions upon information storage and security. Since this act has been imposed despite the expressed unhappiness of foreign companies operating in China, the industry has reacted sharply.
Russia announces new policy to combat cyber attacks
Moscow : Last week ‘FSB’, the intelligence agency of Russia, had issued a warning that the critical sectors of the country, including the banking sector, could face a cyber attack by foreign agencies. Following this, the Russian government has announced a new policy to combat cyber attacks (cyber war). In case the need arises during a war situation, commissioning the Russian version of ‘Internet’ has been indicated in this policy.
Cyber-attacks can cause crashes of airliners and fighter jets, warns Israeli Prime Minister Tel Aviv: ‘A fighter jet or a passenger airliner can be crashed through a cyber attack from computer or even a mobile device. Cyber attacks are becoming a major threat to global security and all countries need to unite against them,’ appealed Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. Prime Minister Netanyahu also made an indirect accusation that a
Russia and US defense chiefs agree on establishing ‘safe zones’ in Syria:- Washington/ Moscow: The ‘Safe zones’ declared in the four regions of Syria have established an entry barrier for fighter planes and cooperation between the US and Russian planes while carrying out any operations against terrorist groups in Syria As informed by Russian defence ministry, an agreement has been reached between the Ministers of Defence of Russia and the
India to derive its energy from moon by 2030, claim ISRO scientists New Delhi: After successfully launching the ‘Chandrayaan’ and ‘Mangalyaan’ in their very first attempt, the ‘Indian Space Research Organisation’ (ISRO) has just accomplished a new feat by launching 104 satellites into orbit in one go. Next, ‘IRSO’ is now concentrating their efforts on a project to derive India’s energy needs from the moon. Dr. Sivathanu Pillai, a leading scientist
Despite opposition from Western countries China approves the controversial Cyber Security Act Beijing : China has approved the controversial cyber security act, putting forth the reason of cyber attacks and terrorism. Having made difficult the entry for companies with foreign technology in China due to this new act, they have been imposed with restrictions upon information storage and security. Since this act has been imposed despite the expressed unhappiness of foreign companies operating in China,
Cyber attacks on Russian banks; 5 banks targeted using CCTV cameras from 30 nations Moscow : Last month, the cyber attacks on the US and Europe, done with the help of ‘smart’ gadgets using ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT), had created quite a stir. Within three weeks after that, it has come to the fore that similar cyber attacks have been done in Russia also. These cyber attacks in Russia, have targeted
Germany approves cyber security policy ; ‘Special Squads’ for protection against cyber-attacks. Berlin : While the German Chancellor Angela Merkel was giving indications about cyber attacks from Russia, the German Council of Ministers has given approval for a new cyber security policy. As a reply to the cyber attacks in the country, the new policy has also approved setting up ‘special squads‘. Within a week Germany is the second nation