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Report: Citizen Lab Targeted in Botched Sting After Researching Israeli Firm's Ties to Saudi Arabia

Report: Citizen Lab Targeted in Botched Sting After Researching Israeli Firm's Ties to Saudi Arabia

“International undercover operatives” have been hounding members of the internet watchdog Citizen Lab, whose researchers helped reveal that an Israeli cyber-intelligence firm named NSO Group may have
Huawei's problems deepen as western suspicions mount

Huawei's problems deepen as western suspicions mount

Many question marks hang over the telecom but the Chinese tech monolith is far from finishedThe Chinese telecom company Huawei is at the centre of an increasingly tense standoff between China and the
Canada's Ambassador to China Fired for Saying End of Huawei Extradition Case Would Be 'Great'

Canada's Ambassador to China Fired for Saying End of Huawei Extradition Case Would Be 'Great'

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has fired the country’s ambassador to China, John McCallum, for saying that the detained chief financial officer of Chinese tech giant Huawei could make a strong
The US says Huawei had a bonus program for employees who stole trade secrets

The US says Huawei had a bonus program for employees who stole trade secrets

Among the details embedded along with two dozen allegations that the US brought against Chinese telecom giant Huawei on Monday (Jan. 28), one stands out:…
New York state security: Manhattan's KGB Spy Museum – in pictures

New York state security: Manhattan's KGB Spy Museum – in pictures

A museum in New York claims to be the only collection focusing on the KGB’s espionage operations in the world. The newly opened exhibition hall, housed in a former warehouse on 14th Street, is home to
Is Huawei a friend or foe in the battle for 5G dominance?

Is Huawei a friend or foe in the battle for 5G dominance?

While the UK woos China’s telecoms giant, fears grow over the risks it poses to national securityIf, according to an ancient Chinese proverb, “a crisis is an opportunity riding the dangerous wind”,
World’s biggest intelligence headquarters opens in Berlin

World’s biggest intelligence headquarters opens in Berlin

New home for Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service took 12 years and €1bn to buildNo mobile phones. No private laptops. No checking personal emails or social media. And at the end of the day, all
Report: CIA, Mossad, MI6 Smuggle Iranian Nuclear Scientist to UK on a Dinghy

Report: CIA, Mossad, MI6 Smuggle Iranian Nuclear Scientist to UK on a Dinghy

TEL AVIV - An Iranian nuclear scientist was reportedly smuggled out of the Islamic Republic to the UK in a dinghy in a joint operation conducted by the CIA, Mossad and Britain's MI6, the UK's Sunday
Australia is a 'giant baby', banned billionaire Huang Xiangmo says

Australia is a 'giant baby', banned billionaire Huang Xiangmo says

Chinese political donor urges Asio to investigate journalists after residency visa revokedThe billionaire and major political donor Huang Xiangmo has likened Australia to a “giant baby” with “simple
'I'll talk, but then I have to call Putin': steakhouse at centre of EU spy alert

'I'll talk, but then I have to call Putin': steakhouse at centre of EU spy alert

Flabbergasted owner says EU must have been referring to his place when warning diplomats to avoid a Brussels restaurantEleven years since opening his restaurant in the shadow of the European
Former US air force officer charged with spying for Iran

Former US air force officer charged with spying for Iran

Monica Witt, who defected in 2013, worked as a cryptologist and a counter-intelligence investigator for more than 10 yearsA former US air force intelligence officer who defected to Iran in 2013 has
Former US Air Force counterintelligence agent charged with spying for Iran

Former US Air Force counterintelligence agent charged with spying for Iran

A U.S. Air Force veteran and former counterintelligence agent was charged Wednesday with spying on behalf of the Iranian government. The Department of Justice said the suspect defected to the Arab
Ex-Air Force officer allegedly aided Iran in catfishing U.S. spies

Ex-Air Force officer allegedly aided Iran in catfishing U.S. spies

Iranian hackers posing as a woman attempted to entice a U.S. intelligence officer. The post Ex-Air Force officer allegedly aided Iran in catfishing U.S. spies appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Report: Stolen Equifax Data Hasn't Been Sold Online, Raising More Questions Than Answers

Report: Stolen Equifax Data Hasn't Been Sold Online, Raising More Questions Than Answers

In 2017, consumer credit reporting agency Equifax suffered one of the largest data breaches in history, exposing extensive personal information on nearly 150 million Americans (and in countless

Ex-US Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying and Helping Iranian Hackers

The United States Department of Justice has announced espionage charges against a former US Air Force intelligence officer with the highest level of top-secret clearance for providing the Iranian
Skripal poisoning: UK team looks into possible Bulgarian case link

Skripal poisoning: UK team looks into possible Bulgarian case link

Bulgarian PM says UK team is on ground to investigate suspected poisoning of local arms dealerA team of British investigators is in Bulgaria looking into whether the 2015 suspected poisoning of a
Belgian spy scandal reveals security fears for EU and Nato

Belgian spy scandal reveals security fears for EU and Nato

Major in intelligence service suspected of giving secret information to Russia A senior Belgian intelligence officer is under investigation over allegedly sharing secrets with the Russians, in a case

American Held in Moscow a Prisoner to Paperwork

Paul Whelan’s family can’t discuss his case with the U.S. Embassy until he returns a signed waiver.
Australia's major political parties targeted by 'sophisticated state actor', PM says

Australia's major political parties targeted by 'sophisticated state actor', PM says

Scott Morrison says Liberals, Labor and Nationals affected by ‘malicious’ cyber activity Australia’s major political parties have been targeted by a “sophisticated state actor”, according to Scott
Huawei founder: US cannot crush technology firm

Huawei founder: US cannot crush technology firm

Ren Zhengfei hits back at criminal indictments he calls politically motivated The US cannot crush Huawei, the company’s founder has insisted, as he hit back against criminal indictments levelled at