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Defence bosses are considering mothballing a number of Challenger tanks as part of radical cost-cutting. The proposal would free up millions of pounds to boost cyber warfare capability amid threats from Russia, China and Iran. One option being considered …
 
 
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Dr Kenneth Geers The relationship between geopolitics and cyber attacks is far closer than most people realise. Anything from big business transactions, military tensions, political upheavals, elections – all of these are magnets for malware. And much in …
 
 
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Veronica Schmitt, director: Incident Response, DFIR Labs, and assistant professor at Noroff. The problem with incident response is that you take one wrong step, and you’re in quicksand and sinking. “It’s a volatile and ever-changing process,” said Veronica …
 
 
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Mothballing the British Army's tanks to cut costs is a 'very dangerous' idea in the face of the threat from Russian, a former Army chief has said. General Lord Dannatt described the notion of storing the army's entire force of hundreds of …
 
 
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Dominic Cummings is absent from Downing Street after 'undergoing surgery he delayed in order to win the general election' PM's chief of staff, 48, was originally due to have an operation last summer But postponed the procedure twice to work on …
 
 
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The following day he met the specialists that would teach the different parts of the course, who were dressed casually or in suits and mostly did not have beards. Some of the trainers did not join the staff and students as they took place in regular …
 
 
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Britain could buy only half of its target of F-35 Lightning II fighter jets and spend the extra cash on a futuristic plane that will control a swarm of drones. Plans for 138 jets could be scrapped but the UK has agreed to buy 48 by the end of 2025 as part …
 
 
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Tobias Ellwood, the chair of the defence select committee, has accused Downing Street of “an absence of an over arching defence strategy” after leaks that the army was considering mothballing its fleet of tanks without buying a replacement. The senior …
 
 
Sputnik International
Tech 10:28 GMT 18.08.2020(updated 10:33 GMT 18.08.2020) Get short URL Traditionally cool relations between the NATO allies broke down into open hostility last week after Turkey began drilling for gas in an area Greece says is part of its exclusive economic …

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