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Partnerships made and lost 

The Royal Navy’s Type 31 light frigate competition has moved to the next round as key players in the UK’s shipbuilding and design sector have begun picking partners for the maritime dance-off.

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how to defence Against a Shirt Grab self defence

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Malware in firmware: how to exploit a false sense of security

When it comes to cyberthreats, we in ESET-LATAM Research often see ransomware, banking trojans (especially in my home country – Brazil), botnets or worms. As a consequence, other types of dangerous malware that run inconspicuously might get less of our attention; as is the case with firmware malware or bootkits. 1,180 more words

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The Grad Life... 24 Hours With the Bid Team (Quite Literally)

It seems to have been a very long week already and it’s only Wednesday but I don’t think I’ve ever learned more in 24 hours at work. 538 more words


Reminder: RLC Museum evening lecture of a daring and dangerous military operation

This is a reminder of the Royal Logistic Corps Museum evening lecture on Thursday 19th this week.

Lt Col Ian Bayliss’ talk on the dangers posed by the enemy, and the multiple challenges faced in moving a 220 ton turbine for the Kajaki Dam in Afghanistan through the incredibly dangerous Afghan province of Helmand. 47 more words


Mourinho’s Negative Approach May Not Be Enough As Man City Keep Winning

For Jose Mourinho, the ends have always justified the means. For the Portuguese manager, pragmatism will always trump pageantry and a draw against a formidable opponent will never be a bad result. 465 more words