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Britain Unplugs Huawei From Its 5G Networks

Britain Unplugs Huawei From Its 5G Networks

In a victory for the Trump administration, the British government has decided to ban technology built by Huawei, the global telecom giant, based in China. The British decision heals a rift that was splitting the two biggest partners in the Five Eyes signal intelligence alliance. The Five Eyes is the world’s largest intelligence collection enterprise,...

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How the IDF’s Unit 8200 Feeds Israeli Cybersecurity Startups

How the IDF’s Unit 8200 Feeds Israeli Cybersecurity Startups

One feature in the growth of “surveillance capitalism” is the boom in private intelligence companies, which offer the services of a secret intelligence agency to paying clients. The United States has spawned numerous private intelligence companies, including a firm called DREAD, run by Richard Clarke, a former top counterterrorism officials. The United Arab Emirates have...

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Four Members of Chinese Military Charged With 2017 Hack at Equifax 

Four Members of Chinese Military Charged With 2017 Hack at Equifax 

From The Washington Post: In a nine-count indictment filed in federal court in Atlanta, federal prosecutors alleged that four members of the People’s Liberation Army hacked into Equifax’s systems, stealing the personal data as well as company trade secrets. In a statement announcing the case, Attorney General William P. Barr called their efforts “a deliberate...

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Kamala Harris on American Leadership

Kamala Harris on American Leadership

On the Campaign Trail: The foreign policy views of the junior senator from California are unclear in many issues save cybersecurity where the Washington Post says she has “the most substantive record” of any candidate in the race. [Do you like Kamala Harris? Tell us why in the comments section. Or DM us @jeffersonmorley. We...

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Officials Say At Least 20 Texas Government Entities Targeted in Cyber Attacks

Officials Say At Least 20 Texas Government Entities Targeted in Cyber Attacks

There’s no word on whether the latest cyberattacks against local government in Texas are using ransomware created by–and stolen from–the National Security Agency. When Baltimore was attacked earlier this year, the NSA’s spyware was reportedly used; NSA’s response; “don’t blame us.” What are national security agencies doing to help protect local governments and agencies? The...

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