Survey: IT pros not concerned about NSA spying PCWorld (blog) You may have heard that the NSA has been spying on just about everyone, everywhere without regard for whether or not they are an actual threat to national security.
Interesting results that show these folks have their focus on real threats rather than the make believe of media reporting.
More refugees subject to espionage Norway Post Refugees that are granted residency in Norway are often subject to threats and espionage from their home country. "We do not know the scope of this due to the high volume of unreported numbers.
The Hindu Russia's Covert Web War Fox Business Again Russia denied any knowledge of the Web attack but the Kremlin cyber assaults offer a handy and covert alternative to the very visible deployment of troops.
The Russians show cyber offense tools can disrupt At critical times and places.
BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China announced its biggest rise in military spending in three years on Wednesday, a strong signal from President Xi Jinping that Beijing is not about to back away from its growing assertiveness in Asia, especially in...
perhaps the pivot helped make this an easy decision for China.
SpaceX gets closer to launching military, spy satellites Defense Systems A successful launch from last year has moved Space Exploration Technologies Corp., known as SpaceX — the first private company to return a space craft from low-Earth orbit —...
At least 28 die in 'terrorist' attack at Chinese train station Reuters BEIJING (Reuters) - At least 28 people were killed by knife-wielding attackers in a "violent terrorist attack" at a train station in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming,...
Chinese authorities have imposed increasingly tough controls on Muslim populations, but have not been able to stop violent attacks.
Yemen: Al-Qaeda leading prison break operations Asharq Alawsat English The latest incident saw a number of Al-Qaeda affiliates escaping from the Central Prison in Sana'a in early February following a daring armed prison break resulting in the...
LONDON/BOSTON (Reuters) - A sophisticated piece of spyware has been quietly infecting hundreds of government computers across Europe and the United States in one of the most complex cyber espionage programs uncovered to date.
There is unlikely to be any letup to these types of problems.
Wall Street Journal (blog) Senior North Korean official reappears, belies reports of another purge Reuters UK Choe is the influential head of the political wing of North Korea's military and appears to have risen to become the second most powerful...
Now you see him,now you don't. We really have no insight to N Korea activities. At least Kim must have had a laugh at the earlier story that Choe was imprisioned.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Most Muslims have been driven out of the western half of conflict-torn Central African Republic, where thousands of civilians risk of being killed "right before our eyes," the U.N.
The international organizations are powerless to stop mass killings anywhere in the world.
BBC News Pentagon: North Korea develops unmanned strike aircraft from stolen US drone Fox News North Korea has deployed an indigenous unmanned aerial vehicle capable of attacking ground targets based on stolen U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. private employers added fewer workers than expected in February and services sector growth hit a four-year low, the latest signs of the economic toll severe weather is taking.
So weather is the reason US economy is weak, really? Thank goodness we have all these PhD economists.
WTSP 10 News Spy-satellite plan keeps eye on threats in the sky USA TODAY CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A newly declassified military space program will place satellites on the lookout for threats to national-security spacecraft high above Earth.
Putting some eyes on the most severe threat environment -- space.
Commentary: Striking terrorism with zero tolerance Xinhua BEIJING, March 2 (Xinhua) -- A terrorist attack against civilians in southwest China Saturday night warns that terrorists deserve no sympathy and should be punished with zero tolerance.
Chinese officials are frustrated at the failure of their Uygur control efforts to prevent attacks. Massive surveillance efforts do not appear adequate.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuban President Raul Castro and top leaders of the Cuban government and Communist Party greeted a Cuban intelligence agent with a hero's welcome upon his return to Havana on Friday, a day after his release from a U.S.
Cuba validates the conviction and welcomes its agency home again.