cyber warfare

Indian military’s Non-Contact Warfare doctrine

A few months back, India’s Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat said, ‘Non-contact warfare would help gain an advantage over adversaries in the future. Quantum technology, cyberspace and above all, Artificial Intelligence need to be leveraged’. Non-contact warfare includes intimidating the adversary without any physical contact. Today, General Rawat is tasked with drafting a doctrine for non-contact warfare and tracking its implementation. Embracing it could change the way the

North Korean cyberattacks breach South Korea's atomic energy institute

North Korean hackers managed to breach cybersecurity of ‘Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI)’ in South Korea, reported the South Korean Ministry of Science & Information Technology. However, the ministry also said the institute had contained the attacks by halting its Virtual Private Network and blocking the attacker’s IP addresses. While investigating the matter, the attack was traced to a North Korean cyberespionage group ‘Kimsuky’, reported ZDNet, a technology news