- Navy photographer trains Afghan colleagues January 15, 2019A Royal Australian Navy photographer has helped the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) promote the important work of its soldiers. Petty Officer Andrew Dakin delivered a photography and video course to Afghan personnel posted to the Kabul Garrison Command public affairs unit.
- VMLY&R Melbourne wins Defence Force Recruiting from Host/Havas January 15, 2019VMLY&R Melbourne has won the creative and digital account for Defence Force Recruiting following a competitive pitch, AdNews can reveal. The account switch comes as a huge blow to Host/Havas with Defence Force being its biggest account. AdNews understands up to 50 redundancies will be made as a result.
- Serco in talks to become sub-contractor in Bupa deal with Australian Defence Force January 15, 2019Serco Group is in talks for a contract with Bupa Health Services as part of a deal to provide health services to the Australian Defence Force. Bupa signed a prime contract for health services to the Australian Defence Force on Monday and is now negotiating a deal with Serco to operate as a sub-contractor to […]
- The future of the US surface fleet: One combat system to rule them all January 15, 2019As the U.S. Navy’s surface fleet moves into 2019, a radical shift is coalescing among its leaders: a move away from a model that has driven the way the service has built its ships for decades. When the Navy built its Arleigh Burke-class destroyers, installing the Aegis combat system into the hull meant a large […]
- French Navy receives first F3R-standard Rafale January 15, 2019The French Navy (Marine Nationale: MN) has received the first Dassault Rafale combat aircraft to be upgraded to the latest F3R standard. The commander of the Landivisiau Naval Air Base near Brest has formally taken delivery of the first of the MN’s Rafale M (Marine) aircraft to the new standard, the service announced on 10 […]
- The battle for the skies January 15, 2019Us space agency NASA has abruptly called off a planned visit to the US in February by the head of the Russian state space corporation, Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin. NASA made the announcement on January 4 following criticism by the US media and lawmakers who demanded cancellation of the visit. The snub to Moscow presages sudden […]
- How digital transformation changes security needs January 15, 2019Digital technologies are transforming the business world. Growing numbers of companies are adopting internet-of-things (IoT) devices and moving more of their data into cloud environments. The advent of these technologies is also causing firms to reimagine traditional business models and innovate new ways to leverage data for growth. While the digital transformation presents a range […]
- Turning the tide on cyber-attacks January 15, 2019A recent Statistics Canada report revealed that 20 percent of all Canadian businesses were affected by a cyber-attack last year. While this may seem like pretty good odds for a company that is deciding where best to spend their IT dollars, that same report shows that only 10 per cent of businesses that were attacked […]
- 2019 Cyber Insurance Predictions: Strong Drivers for Growth Ahead January 15, 2019Cyber insurance is trending upward, the industry is growing, and the technology around it is evolving at a very quick pace. While predictions are always hard to make, here are five trends that are likely to catapult the cyber insurance industry forward, creating fertile ground for growth in 2019. (See the graphic below, compiled by […]