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Army takes next step to merge C2, intelligence traffic onto WIN-T

The Army’s science and technology and acquisition communities have teamed with the Army G-3/5/7, G2 and Cyber Command to provide senior leaders a closer look into converging operational and intelligence traffic onto the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, or WIN-T, transport. Network […]

China Cyber Spies Stole Vast Amounts of Data on F-35, Including Critical Engine and Radar Designs

Chinese spies stole key design information about Australia's new Joint Strike Fighter, according to top secret documents disclosed by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. German magazine Der Spiegel has published new disclosures...Show More Summary

British Prime Minister Cameron and Director Comey Talk Cyber

last weekNews / Crime : FBI News Blog

Earlier today, British Prime Minister David Cameron met with Director James Comey at the FBI-administered National Cyber Intelligence Joint Task Force facility in Virginia, where they discussed critical cyber issues facing both the United Kingdom and the United States.

What is CISPA?

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, explained.

The New CISPA Bill Is Literally Exactly the Same as the Last One

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The definition of insanity is trying the same thing over and over. When word broke last week that the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, the twice-defeated bill known as CISPA, was being re-revived by Rep. Dutch Ruppersberg...Show More Summary

CISPA: The Awful Anti-Privacy Law That Won't Prevent Another Sony Hack

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

CISPA is back. You might remember the bill as the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act—or perhaps as " the worst privacy disaster our country has ever faced. " Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger reintroduced the bill to the House Intelligence Committee on Friday under the auspices of preventing another Sony hack. Read more...

The Switchboard: A controversial cybersecurity bill, CISPA, is back

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. House Dem revives major cyber bill. The Hill reports: "The measure — known as the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) — has been a top legislative priority for industry groups and intelligence officials, who argue the country […]

CISPA Is Being Revived

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Remember the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, otherwise known as " the worst privacy disaster our country has ever faced "? Well a senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee is reviving it! Read more...

Leading Democratic congressman wants to bring back CISPA

2 weeks agoTechnology : GigaOM

Dutch Ruppersberger, a U.S. congressman for Maryland and a top-level Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, plans to revive the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) this Friday, The Hill…

Third Time’s The Charm? House To Take Another Stab At Terrible Internet Bill CISPA

Not unlike a mummy, the reanimated corpse of a bad bill that just doesn’t know when to stay dead is once again coming to the floor of a Congress near you this week. Tomorrow, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act — better known as CISPA — is once again going to be introduced before the House of Representatives. The … [More]

US Ignores China, N. Korea Cyber Threats, Top Spy Says

American companies must do more to prepare for Chinese, Russian and North Korean online attacks, the U.S. intelligence chief said.

North Korea Culpability In Sony Attack Supported By Classified Intelligence

North Korea is responsible for the cyber attack on Sony, and the American government has classified intelligence to support this assessment according to media reports based on official and unofficial government statements. The Daily Beast reported that, “The FBI and U.S. Show More Summary

Security firm says the Sony hack was an inside job

New information suggests that the recent massive cyberattack on Sony might not have been Kim Jong Un's doing after all, an executive at cyber intelligence firm Norse says. Kurt Stammberger, senior vice president for market development...Show More Summary

"Researchers from the cyber intelligence company Norse have said their own investigation into the data on the Sony attack doesn’t point to North Korea at all..."

"... and instead indicates some combination of a disgruntled employee and hackers for piracy groups is at fault."Norse’s senior vice president of market development said that just the quickness of the FBI’s conclusion that North Korea...Show More Summary

Sony Hack: Could secretive group of ethnic North Koreans in Japan be to blame?

last monthOdd : Boing Boing

"A group of ethnic North Koreans residing in Japan known as the Chongryon are critical to North Korea’s cyber and intelligence programs, and help generate hard currency for the regime. " Read the rest

U.S. Intelligence Implicates North Korea In Sony Hack

Just as Sony Pictures canned the premiere of The Interview, the film that triggered its now-infamous cyber attack, U.S. intelligence sources told The New York Times Wednesday that North Korea was indeed “centrally involved” in the hack. Show More Summary

U.S. Govt: North Korea Secret ‘Unit 121’ Carried Out Sony Cyber Attack — And They’ve Done It Before

North Korea, as had been suspected, was behind the massive cyber attack on Sony Pictures, the United States government has concluded. According to a report Wednesday on the Wall Street Journal website, a secret intelligence division within the North Korean General Bureau of Reconnaissance known as “Unit 121? planned and carried out the hack that U.S. Show More Summary

Chinese Cyber Attack Could Shut Down U.S. Electric Power Grid

Welcome to the increasingly dangerous world of cyber-warfare. The latest version; a western intelligence agency of unknown origin( according to the Financial Times of London) is infecting the internet service providers and sovereign telecoms operations of Russia, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Mexico and Ireland. To what end is not known, though the cyber security company Symantec […]

"Regin" World's Most Advanced Cyber Snoop Hits Russia, 4 Other Countries; Western Intelligence Agency Likely Responsible

Telecom companies in Russia and Saudi Arabia have been hit by the world's most sophisticated hacking software to date.Symantec believes a Western intelligence agency is responsible.Please consider World’s Most Advanced Hacking Spyware...Show More Summary

NSA Director Says US Infrastructure Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks

At a hearing held by the US House intelligence committee yesterday, NSA/USCYBERCOM director Adm. Michael Rogers said China and a couple other countries (whose name is classified) have the capabilities to possibly shut down critical/industrial systems in the United States such as part of the electric grid. AP | C-Span video (segment 29 minutes in). […]

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