Cyber Security, a Pragmatist View

Cyber Security unique view

Threat actors are maturing, they’re growing up, if not already. However, their tactics are such, they have ‘no code of conduct’, no ‘gentlemanly behavior’. Should this rationale be the driver in combating ‘Cyber crime‘ then, ‘fight fire with fire’! As governments of the US and UK have their security doctrines, as equally those of Russia, …

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Australian Hobart international airport website hacked by ISIS

Australian Hobart International Airport's Hacked by ISIS

Today (Monday April 13, 2015) an Australian AirPort website was attacked by extremist group of hackers dubbed ISIS, also known as IS or Islamic State. The website went temporarily offline, luckily for folks there, flight operations and Hobert airport wasn’t threatened. The police of Tasmania are monitoring the activities and investigating the Hobert International Airport …

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Human Rights and Freedom organizations challenging UK and US surveillance at European Court

Human Rights organizations challenging UK and US surveillance

After hard struggle, Amnesty International and other groups fighting for privacy and personal freedom have filed complaints to the Court of Human Rights against UK tactics in mass surveillance. Edward Snowden has been the beacon of such revelations, as always. The European Court of Human Rights has been given out an application that is signed …

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Internet Freedom enemies, who they are in fact? China, Russia, US, or others?

True Enemy of Internet Freedom

The internet is an important medium for sharing information, expressing opinion and imparting new ideologies. The speed at which this human knowledge is shared over the internet is not only fascinating but also has a long lasting impact on modern society. As a result, the internet has evolved to be the most powerful weapon against …

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European Commission Might be a Prime Target of NSA, Hints Suspicious Computer Malware

European Commission Might Be a Prime Target of NSA

Security experts from Kaspersky Lab have compared the NSA-developed Qwerty with the program used to target European Commission, named Regin. They have found them to be identical in structure and therefore there is eloquent proof of both of them originating from the same source. NSA has been spying on people and has been aiming to …

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David Cameron Turns to Barack Obama for Support to His Anti-Encryption Plans

David Cameron need Obama for Anti-Encryption Plans

David Cameron has been asking for the support of Barack Obama in the field of online encryption. Since this can be the shelter of terrorist acts, UK Prime Minister regards encryption as a threat and requires the full co-operation of US Internet companies with the British intelligence. It is no secret that UK Prime Minister …

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Ireland Submarine Cables Tapped by British Intelligence Agency

Ireland Submarine Cables Tapped by British Intelligence

Snowden’s latest release shows that British Intelligence Agency has been on a Cyber-espionage campaign, tapping literally all communication cables linking Ireland to the world. The Irish government has been criticized for cowardice in responding to the security breach and experts believe the controversy will re-shape diplomatic ties between the two nations. Irish government is under …

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