Surveillance: How Much is Too Much?

Scandal gripped the nation of Peru in 2015 when it was discovered that then vice-president and some congressmen were victims of domestic intelligence agency spying. Journalistic investigations learned how the Peruvian intelligence agency had collected data on hundreds of prominent citizens. Public outrage led to congressional censure and the prompt ousting of Peruvian Prime Minister [...]

2018-02-25T20:57:44+00:00Categories: Government, News|Comments Off on Surveillance: How Much is Too Much?

The Snowden Phone

Controversial NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, teamed up with Andrew “Bunnie” Huang, a hacker currently suing the US Department of Justice challenging provisions in the Section 1201 of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, to create a phone case that can aid in countering digital surveillance. According to the US legal theory surrounding 4th Amendment law termed [...]

2018-02-25T21:01:53+00:00Categories: Government, News|Comments Off on The Snowden Phone

Crowdsourcing Hackers for Better Security

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is reaching out to the freelance community to entice white-hat hackers to aid the automaker in strengthening the cybersecurity protocols of its products and connected services by offering bounties to cybersecurity specialists who can resolve vulnerabilities. The move follows on the heels of a cybersecurity breach that led to a voluntary recall [...]

2018-01-21T23:53:46+00:00Categories: Data, News|Comments Off on Crowdsourcing Hackers for Better Security

In Cybercrime Fight, CIA Hacking Isn’t a Big Worry – Simple Mistakes Are

When reports surfaced recently that U.S. federal agencies have the ability to spy on ordinary users via phones, TV sets and other online devices, outrage over "CIA hacking" sounded across the web. But why were so many people surprised? Global cybercrime makes headlines with increasing regularity, from the now-infamous Target breach in 2013 to the newly discovered hack of 1 billion Yahoo accounts (the [...]

2017-06-30T23:13:36+00:00Categories: Cybersecurity, News, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on In Cybercrime Fight, CIA Hacking Isn’t a Big Worry – Simple Mistakes Are

Cyber Security and Its Role in Government. How Government Can Combat Cyber Threats

Cyber Security is Vitally Important for Government Organizations Discover how government data can be exposed and learn what’s being done to combat cyber threats. Government organizations are under constant threat from cyber crime. Unfortunately, they have so far been ill-prepared in their cyber security to meet and prevent these attacks. According to a recent report, government agencies [...]

2017-10-31T18:09:12+00:00Categories: Government, News|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Cyber Security and Its Role in Government. How Government Can Combat Cyber Threats

Censorship Around the World: When Does Global Cybersecurity Cross the Line?

Cybersecurity is necessary to protect governments around the globe from cyber threats, but what happens if cybersecurity oversteps its bounds and threatens freedom and privacy? Governments and other organizations around the world are bolstering their cybersecurity efforts, not only to protect their information assets and systems, but also to fight cyber terrorism. However, cybersecurity can often be hindered or restricted [...]

2018-08-25T01:18:38+00:00Categories: Government, News|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Censorship Around the World: When Does Global Cybersecurity Cross the Line?

Everything You Need to Know About Trump’s Cybersecurity Strategy

As cyber crime continues to rise, Donald Trump faces a serious challenge in getting this problem under control. Experts have their own ideas about what constitutes an appropriate response, but Trump’s plans to address the issue are yet to be fleshed out. When President-elect Donald Trump assumes office on January 20, he’ll immediately be faced with a wide [...]

2017-11-07T14:36:15+00:00Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Everything You Need to Know About Trump’s Cybersecurity Strategy