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Women in Defence: Defence technology’s female future

Women have served in the British Armed Forces for a century and behind the lines, female scientists and engineers have been developing battle-winning solutions for at least as long. Inspiring examples from the military, civil service and the defence industry were recently recognised at the Women in Defence UK Awards 2017.

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Sifting strains to understand the threat of military targeted malware

Hackers are deploying machine learning techniques to create malware that constantly changes to avoid detection, and future malware strains could – it has been suggested – even develop sentient properties to keep them one step ahead. Claire Apthorp spoke to Airbus Cyber Security to find out more about the recent strains of malware they’ve been dealing with, and to hear how the threat to communications infrastructure is harming military readiness.

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