A new report reveals UK intelligence is using man-in-the-middle style attacks to target employees of GRX providers.
US defense contractor Lockheed Martin has announced it has begun work on developing an unmanned, hypersonic spy plane capable of striking targets at 3,600 mph.
As ex-CIA chief Michael Hayden calls Chinese telecom manufacturer Huawei a trojan horse for China, its important to look back at what role Cisco has had in whipping up paranoia about its Middle Kingdom competitor.
According to reports US officials use a variety of tactics, including regulatory threats, to coerce foreign owners of undersea fiber to allow the NSA access for eavesdropping.
The United States has been dealing with criticism after its PRISM surveillance program was revealed, but it seems that it isn’t alone: France has a similar spy program aimed at voice and electronic communication.
President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have agreed to meet to discuss details regarding allegations that the US have been unjustly spying on its European allies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin stated publicly on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 that Edward Snowden was indeed present in Russia but that Russia would not be arresting him, nor would they detain him for extradition as per request of the United States.
The United States wants Edward Snowden back, and if Hong Kong authorities don’t comply it’ll risk “complicating bilateral relations” between itself and the US.
Booz Allen Hamilton, which operates as the NSA’s contractor for hiring and recruiting employees for the National Security Agency (NSA), just recently revealed that the firm was apprehensive with hiring Edward Snowden because of discrepancies on his resume. Newly discovered information on NSA contractor Booz Allen Hamilton’s employment practices have revealed a fresh batch of
Marissa Mayer, who serves as the CEO of Yahoo, recently came forward to assure the company’s users that Yahoo has nothing to hide, and wants to clarify recent claims made about their involvement with the National Security Agency’s PRISM program.
New documents published by the Guardian purportedly show that the U.K.’s spy agency used fake Internet cafes with built in key logger programs to monitor foreign leaders’ cellular calls and computer E-mails and communications. This latest revelation is said to be part of what former NSA contract employee Edward Snowden revealed when he decided to
Following the footsteps of Facebook, Microsoft becomes the second company to release government data request numbers.
Facebook takes the big step in being the first company to reveal government data request numbers as well as include national security stats in their report.
Social media is a gold mine for many military organizations, but at the same time they’re considered as a threat. This is the reason why military personnel are often limited in what they are allowed to post, with some cut off from social networking altogether. The Israel Defense Forces, though a bit more flexible than
As fantastic as it may read, a newly revealed secret court document shows for the first time that the United States National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting telephone records on millions of regular customers on Verizon’s network. This data was given to the NSA by order of a top-secret court order granted by the
The Washington Post recently came forward claiming that a confidential report issued by the Pentagon warns that Chinese hackers had access to some very sensitive defense intelligence. Some of the information included detailed plans for advanced US weapons. Much of the accessed information included over two-dozen detailed document’s on U.S. defense systems, which included the F-35, intelligence