5 ways through which hidden surveillance can benefit your business

hidden surveillance

There is importance in getting your place of work under surveillance. In this day and age, technology has made it possible to not only record and save but also live stream what is happening in the place of work. There are benefits to having the place of work under surveillance not only through the regular …

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Hacking Team got hit by cyber attack, 400GB of private data breached

Hacking Team hit by cyber attack

Even hackers can get hacked. The Italian hacking and spyware tool provider offering surveillance software to organizations – mainly for law enforcement, has seemingly suffered a huge data breach over the weekend. The lawful interruption equipment developed by the firm have been connected to many cases of privacy attack by experts and the mass media. …

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Popular Privacy tools targeted by Chinese hackers

Chinese target privacy tools

A new research found that hackers from China have found their way into cracking privacy tools used to unblock the state censored content. According to the reports, hackers are targeting both, readers and the creators of the web content. According to the findings of Jaime Blasco, a security researcher working in a Silicon Valley based …

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Edward Snowden: Privacy Stays ‘Under the Umbrella of Threat’

Privacy Stays 'Under the Umbrella of Threat'

It’s been 2 years since American NSA (National Security Agency) employee Edward Snowden took and revealed hundreds of files to the media about US mass surveillance programs.  Snowden actions made headlines worldwide – and ever since driven changes in the way federal government spy on general public. The whistleblower Edward Snowden has confined a new …

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NSA mass surveillance reformed, now Govt. won’t collect the data instead mobile firms will

Google, Apple and More Bring Privacy Doubts to Obama

Advocates of reforming NSA (National Security Agency) practices are currently focusing on other controversial plans that American Freedom Act didn’t mention. Now that the National Security Agency’s bulk surveillance programs have efficiently been neutered, what is the future of privacy? The president of America, Barack Obama singed a reformed act of the NSA (National Security …

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Good News! NSA is going to shutdown mass surveillance programs

NSA planned to hijack Google and Samsung app stores

Finally a good news for American citizens that the NSA (National Security Agency) is planning to shut its mass surveillance plans down. On 9th of May, NSA mass phone surveillance ruled illegal by the Fedral Court of America. But last Friday night a Senate voted, the National Security Agency is preparing to take steps to …

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Infosec week in review: NSA mass surveillance ruled illegal, DOJ exposing its secret spying programs

security review week

Hope everyone is having a safe and relaxed start of the week, here Security Gladiators go with providing you a recap of most interesting security news from last week. Below, we go with the overview and link to each of the top headline: US Department of Justice lifting Veil on its secret mobile spying programs …

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Federal Court: NSA mass phone surveillance ruled illegal

A government petitions court has ordered the NSA’s mass collection of huge number of United States’ telephone records is illegitimate. The system was uncovered by Edward Snowden, National Security Agency informant; the ACLU appealed its claim construct to mainly on Snowden’s disclosures. A panel consisting three-judges of the American Circuit Court in New York passed …

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Twitter moves all non-US accounts to Ireland to avoid NSA

Twitter Dodge NSA by Moving Non-US Accounts to Ireland

Twitter has written in its official blog post that it is going to revise its ToS (terms of services), Digits products, Periscope and privacy policy, effective at 18th of May, for all of those account which are not located in US or non-US accounts. In the beginning of May 2015, Twitter aimed to have its …

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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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