Treasury Sanctions Head of Russia-Based LockBit Ransomware

State Department offers a reward for information on the cyber criminal that leads to his arrest. The Treasury Department sanctioned the leader of the Russian ransomware group LockBit…

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Proposed Bill Would Include Japan in AUKUS Alliance

The senators seek to promote international communication for advanced technology projects. Senators Mitt Romney of Utah, Bill Hagerty of Tennessee, Jim Risch of Idaho, and Tim Kaine of…

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U.S., Britain, and Australia Consider Expanding Their Alliance

AUKUS leaders release a statement considering Japan as a possible addition. Officials from the U.S., Britain, and Australia released a joint statement this week announcing the possibility of…

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U.S., Japan, Australia, and the Philippines Join Forces for Naval Exercises

South China Sea drills address regional security concerns. The U.S., Japan, Australia, and the Philippines are conducting inaugural joint naval exercises called the Maritime Cooperative Activity, featuring anti-submarine…

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Pentagon Lifts Osprey Flight Ban

Naval Air Systems Command grounded the aircraft three months ago after a fatal crash in Japan. The Pentagon is lifting the ban on the flight of the Osprey…

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Treasury Sanctions Russian Responsible for 2022 Medibank Hack

The U.S. coordinates sanctions against Alexander Ermakov with Australia and UK. The Department of the Treasury sanctioned Russian national Alexander Ermakov on Tuesday in coordination with similar sanctions…

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U.S. Marine Corps Expanding Pacific Presence

The service branch is continuing with its force distribution plan from 2019. The U.S. Marine Corps has two force units it has added to its Pacific distribution and…

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SITE Summit 3.0 Unites Global Zero Trust Experts

Zero Trust network security is simultaneously under development in U.S. agencies. Defense Joint Staff J-6 recently hosted the third Security Interoperability in the Tactical Environment (SITE) Summit in…

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U.S. and U.K. Launch Air Strikes Against Houthis 

The rebel group in Yemen states, “All U.S., UK interests have become ‘legitimate targets.’” The United States and British militaries bombed more than 60 targets in Yemen which…

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U.S. and 12 Allies Promise Increased Military Response to Red Sea Attacks

Houthi assaults against commercial vessels are called “illegal, unacceptable, and profoundly destabilizing.” The United States released a joint statement with 12 other nations this week, threatening increased military…

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