The Defense Department needs real-time access to threat information from the private sector if it is to protect the nation’s cyberspace, National Security Agency Director Gen. Keith Alexander said July 9.
“We need information sharing, in time and at network speed,” said Alexander, who also heads the U.S. Cyber Command. Because the United States is the largest user of online technology, “we are the most vulnerable and we need to do something about it.”
Commander of the Aerospace Division of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Amir-Ali Hajizadeh said the country would simulate the U.S. RQ 170 drone already captured by Iran.ISNA Reported.
Hajizadeh told ISNA that Iran has obtained the important and detailed information about the drone that enemies were not willing them to be revealed
A senior Iranian lawmaker lauded the achievements of the recent missile wargames conducted by the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), and underlined that the drills showed Iran's full information about the US bases in the region,FNA Reported
On Wednesday, the IRGC Aerospace Force wrapped up three days of massive missile drills, codenamed Payambar-e Azam 7 (The Great Prophet 7).
On July 4 NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen delivered an address entitled "NATO – delivering security in the 21st century" at the Chatham House in London that should lay to rest forever any doubts about Western plans, already well underway, to create an international military network dominated by the United States and its major alliance partners.
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin hacked and hijacked a drone in front of the dismayed Department of Homeland Security officials who had dared them $1,000 to do it.
According to exclusive coverage of the event from Fox News, the researchers flew the small surveillance drone over the Austin stadium last Monday.
The drone followed a series of GPS waypoints programmed into its flight computer in what initially looked like a routine flight.
At one point, the drone veered off course from its intended flight path.
On July 16, 1945, American scientists detonated the first nuclear bomb at a site nicknamed Trinity in the barren Jornada del Muerto desert of New Mexico. It was an enormous blast.
Today a new theater of war — this one in cyberspace, the digital realm of computer networks — has dawned quietly. Recently we've learned details of a major U.S. cyberattack on Iran's outlaw nuclear program, apparently launched in 2008.