Theresa May vows to “take on extremists”, as Jeremy Corbyn promises thousands more police and security staff.
President Trump’s fired aide reportedly plans to invoke his right against self-incrimination.
On the ground with Iraqi forces attempting to retake Mosul’s Old City from so-called Islamic State.
President Trump’s senior strategist Steve Bannon loses his place on the US National Security Council.
French cyber-defense and aerospace firm Thales has launched a new integration with blockchain startup Chain aimed to boost blockchain security.nSource
Thirteen potential UK terror attacks have been prevented in less than four years, police reveal.
Donald Trump says Obama’s people are “certainly behind it” but tells Fox News: “It’s just politics”.
CEO Chuck Robbins has made some bold moves in transforming Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) from a provider focused on enterprise switches and routers to fast-growing markets including the cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), and data security. Data security sales have been particularly strong and Cisco’s latest offering — “Security Architecture for Mobile Service Providers” — announced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain should keep the positive momentum rolling along.
Following the Feb. 15 announcement of what was generally considered a so-so second-quarter fiscal 2017, Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) stock has climbed 4%. That might surprise some investors, but it appears the market has opted to focus on what Cisco is doing right as it transitions from a reliance on legacy hardware to a focus on up-and-coming markets including software and cybersecurity.
Retired Vice-Admiral Robert Harward reportedly wanted to bring in his own team.