HMAS Warramunga returns from record breaking patrol

Following nine months on deployment in the Middle East, HMAS Warramunga has returned home to a hero’s welcome. Continue reading

The cyber risks that can down fighter jets

A cyber conference in Tel Aviv last week has called on governments worldwide to join forces to defend against cyber threats that have the potential to bring down military and civilian aircraft. Continue reading

Duke and Duchess of Sussex under super heavy guard because of Taliban comments

The Daily Telegraph has reported that British special forces are guarding the newly-married Duke and Duchess of Sussex with sub-machine guns given fears the royal couple could be targeted by the Taliban potentially because of comments former soldier Prince Harry made when he was a helicopter pilot. In 2013 he boasted of blowing “Taliban extremists to pieces” and confirmed he killed Taliban fighters. Continue reading

Former Israeli spy chief and team of elite hackers form cybersecurity firm

Former Mossad chief Tamir Pardo has assembled a team of more than 30 hackers from Israel’s security and intelligence services into a start-up called XM Cyber that seeks to keep companies’ networks safe by imitating how real hackers work. Continue reading

Internet-connected 'smart' home devices are easily hacked, report finds

When you use your new ‘smart’ monitor to check on your sleeping baby at night, you may not be the only one peering into the crib. Continue reading

Inside Israel’s Secret Raid on Syria’s Nuclear Reactor

In the age of ISIS, that a nuclear facility was destroyed in Syria clandestinely by Israel over a decade ago, has proved fortuitous beyond measure.  Continue reading

The challenge of preventing drone-smuggling of contraband into prisons

Drones smuggling contraband into prisons - the new challenge. Continue reading

Hawaii's false alarm: we're right to question our safety from nuclear annihilation

The recent alarm that rang out across Hawaii warning residents that an incoming missile was heading its way has acted as a wake-up call to other nations around the world, as well as Australia, as to the efficacy of their emergency alert systems, the Sydney Morning Herald has reported.  Continue reading