ABI Research finds the global defence industry will spend over $10 billion on cyber security this year.
The database contains the personal information of US government officials, military leaders and soldiers.
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A multinational military peacekeeping exercise, taking place in Germany, is aimed at testing new communication technology in the field.
A weapons analysis system using specialised image processing and analysis technology, equipment and software, has been designed, manufactured and installed for the South African Navy.
World military organisations are likely to be the prime drivers of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, says a US Defence Department supplier.
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Computer security firm ForensicTec Solutions says US military and government computers that contain sensitive information are easily accessible over the Internet.