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Michael Fayerman

China is ahead on Supercomputer Front!

Sunway TaihuLight  became the fastest supercomputer in the world. The previous champion came also from China. What used to be an arms race for supercomputing primacy among technological nations has turned into a major failure by USA By Michael Fayerman… Continue Reading →

Beyond the lone wolf! 

Almost 15 years have passed since 9/11 and now the global Homeland Security (HLS), Counter-terrorism & Public Safety markets are going through major shifts. The EC just experienced two horrifying terror acts in Brussels and Paris. Our expert commentator and… Continue Reading →

Why a multi-polar world could bring us on the verge of WW3

When one looks at the current state of international affairs, the modern world reminds of second half of 19th century that basically laid ground for both World Wars.The international political configuration was multi-polar. During that period of history, The Russian Empire… Continue Reading →

Are “backdoors” problems as vendors portray them?

Backdoors have been a sensitive issue in the last few years – and this controversial issue got even hotter after the terrorist attacks. Yet despite the attention focused on backdoors no one noticed that someone had quietly installed unauthorized backdoors three years ago… Continue Reading →

Welcome our new Managing Editor for Intelligence Technology

We are proud to introduce Michael Fayerman, new professional member of the Defence and Intelligence editorial team. He will conduct profiling analysis of world leaders and international policies and provide unique perspective of how technology affects the intelligence and national security… Continue Reading →

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