Malware-based attacks disrupted operations of Rheinmetall AG and Defence Construction Canada

A series of cyber attacks hit the defense contractors Rheinmetall AG and Defence Construction Canada (DCC) causing the disruption of their information technology systems. This month a series of cyber attack hit defense contractors Rheinmetall AG and Defence Construction Canada (DCC) disrupting their information technology systems. German Rheinmetall AG is a market leader in the supply of military technology, in […]

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September 28, 2019
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Nuclear Deterrence Helped De-Escalate Tensions During Pulwama Crisis: Pakistan Official

Islamabad: Nuclear deterrence led to the de-escalation of tensions during the post-Pulwama military stand-off between India and Pakistan, a senior official associated with Pakistan’s nuclear programme said here Friday.

Brigadier Zahir Kazmi, Director General Arms Control and Disarmament Affairs at Strategic Plans Division (SPD) told journalists that the stated purpose of deterrence was

June 1, 2019
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Superconductors to Be Installed on Navy Vessels

Connie Lee, National Defense Mag.Two of the Navy’s amphibious transport docks are scheduled to receive degaussing systems with superconductors.A degaussing system is a device used to reduce a ship’s magnetic signature. The technology played a large ro…

June 1, 2019
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