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Ransomware is stealing headlines. And there is a reason to all the hype. The malware attack that takes over computer networks is a growing problem for organizations of all sizes. And "bad guys" are turning ransomware into big business. The FBI estimates the attacks to be a $1 billion industry as of 2016. So what can organizations do to protect themselves?

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LATEST NEWSFeb 3, 2021

Iran installs advanced centrifuges at Natanz, Fordow nuclear sites: Envoy

Iran's representative to the Vienna-based organizations says the country has installed new cascades of advanced centrifuges at two nuclear sites in Natanz and Fordow to increase enrichment capacity. ...

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US Declares Ouster of Myanmar Government a Military Coup

The U.S. State Department has officially declared the military takeover in Myanmar a coup.

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DOD Announces Zero-Based Review of Advisory Committees

On January 30, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III signed a memo directing a zero-based review of all DOD advisory committees, to include any advisory committee that is not subject to the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) (5 U.S.C., Appendix). The review will focus the department's advisory committee efforts to align with the most pressing strategic priorities and the ...

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South Korea drops description of Japan as 'partner' in latest defense paper

South Korea's Defense Ministry has dropped its description of Japan as a "partner" in its latest defense white paper, as differences between the two neighbors have continued to deepen over a range of issues in recent years. ...

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Huge boost for missile program

With ranges hundreds of kilometres greater than the current inventory, new anti-ship and surface-to-air missiles are being considered as part of a $1 billion investment into advanced guided weapons for Navy under Project SEA 1300 Phase 1. ...

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Moscow Court Rules To Give Navalny Prison Time, West Reacts Sharply

A Moscow court has ordered Aleksei Navalny to serve 2 years and 8 months in prison after finding him guilty of violating his parole in a reversal of a suspended sentence the Russian opposition politician says was driven by President Vladimir Putin's "fear and hatred." ...

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US National Security Advisor Voices Concerns Over Turkey's S-400 Purchases

US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan in a phone call with the Chief Advisor to the President of Turkey Ibrahim Kalin said that Turkey's acquisition of the Russian S-400 air defense system undermines NATO effectiveness, the White House said. ...

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Human rights: Widespread attacks in DR Congo may amount to crimes against humanity

The UN human rights office, OHCHR, has warned against potential crimes against humanity in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) following a spike in attacks by the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) armed group, in two provinces in the east of the country. ...

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