Displaying items by tag: Israel

Thursday, 24 January 2019 11:41

Hailo expansion attracts Chinese investment

Chinese venture capital firm Glory Ventures has led the expansion of a new investment round by Israeli start-up Hailo, developers of a proprietary processing architecture for deep learning on edge devices.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 13 December 2018 09:28

ASD mythbuster Burgess spreads some myths of his own

It is somewhat ironic that the director-general of the Australian Signals Directorate, Mike Burgess, has chosen to vent about so-called myths around the new encryption law, when the man himself has been spreading a myth about 5G technology.

Published in Open Sauce

An Israeli firm has developed a real-time safety system for commercial drones known as SafeAir, and listed on the ASX as it begins the process of trying to market its solution around the world.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Infrastructure and strategic networks in Iran have been attacked by malware similar to Stuxnet — which was used to attack centrifuges at the country's Natanz nuclear enrichment centre in 2011 — and Israeli officials are not willing to say if they are involved or not.

Published in Security

Canadian digital rights organisation The Citizen Lab claims to have found evidence that mobile spyware known as Pegasus, sold by the Israeli firm NSO Group, is being used in at least 45 countries.

Published in Security

The human rights group Amnesty International says one of its staff has been targeted with powerful smartphone malware known as Pegasus which is sold by an Israel-based company NSO Group.

Published in Security

Apple has reportedly notified processor giant Intel that it will not be using the latter's 5G modems in its 2020 mobile devices, leading to a halt in production of the same.

A sacked employee of the Israeli cyber security form NSO Group Technologies stole the source code for the company's Pegasus spy software and tried to sell it on the dark web for the equivalent of US$50 million in cryptocurrency.

Published in Security

A grants programme delivering grants of up to $250,000 has been opened by the NSW Government under the NSW-Israel Research and Development Tech Innovation Program.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 14 March 2018 07:17

Israeli firm dumps AMD flaws with 24 hours notice

Security researchers from a previously unknown Israeli company, CTS Labs, have disclosed 13 flaws in AMD processors. All can be taken advantage of only by an attacker who has already gained admin privileges within the system in question.

Published in Security
Thursday, 15 February 2018 06:00

Palestinians finally get access to 3G services

While the rest of the world is speculating about the arrival of 5G, Palestinians in the occupied West Bank were able to start using 3G mobile services just last month after years of wrangling with Israeli authorities.

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 06:30

Russians join queue of iPhone users suing Apple

Russians have joined the queue of iPhone users who are suing Apple for slowing down older devices, with a group planning to take the American technology company to court.

Published in Mobility

The Antitrust Authority in Israel is looking into a complaint by Artimedia, a platform for video advertising, that Google's dominance of the Internet advertising market could constitute a possible restraint of trade.

Published in Technology Regulation

Israeli cyber security training company Cybergym has opened its first Australian cyber security facility in Melbourne.

Published in Security

Getting a truly thorough and complete medical diagnosis from a handheld portable device is still in the realm of science fiction, but Prizma is our closest 21st century equivalent.

Published in Health

Russian hackers who are claimed to have gained access to NSA secrets on the home computer of one of the agency's staff may have done so after the man's computer was infected by malware via a key generator for producing pirated licence keys for Microsoft Office.

Published in Security

Under pressure after a series of articles in the US press made various claims about its links to Russian state authorities this week, security firm Kaspersky Lab appears to be reluctant to dismiss the allegations out of hand.

Published in Security

For a good part of this year, Kaspersky Lab has become the meat in the sandwich as US politicians have ramped up attacks on Russia, following on from the anti-Moscow sentiment which has gathered steam after last year's presidential elections.

Published in Open Sauce

Russian government sources appear to have gained access to the source code of Kaspersky's anti-virus software, if a report that Moscow was using the program to look for classified US government documents is to be believed.

Published in Security

Russian Government employees are claimed to have used Kaspersky's anti-virus software to search for the code names of US intelligence programmes, while Israeli intelligence officials looked on, a report claims.

Published in Security
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