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Cyber Intelligence Report – March 26, 2014

In this edition: Two weeks of diverse cyber-attacks in Israeli cyberspace | SEA claims to have succeeded in hacking CENTCOM | Russian citizens called for terrorist activities on social networks | Kuwait urges Arab countries to unite against security challenges| Kenya’s ministry of transport website hacked | New Chinese stealth fighter aircraft created because of cyber-spying operation | UK expanding cyber training to children | NATO websites targeted by Ukrainian cyber-attack | Latvia establishing new Cyber Defense Unit

Snowden: “Prism isn’t just metadata, it is about content” NSA: “If...

Appearing by telepresence robot, Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 about surveillance and Internet freedom. The right to data privacy, he suggests, is not a...

Cyber Intelligence Report – March 18, 2014

In this edition: Israel - New opportunities in cyber security | Anonymous member sentenced to 12 years of prison in U.S. | White House announces voluntary Cybersecurity Framework | Russian - largest spam contributer | The Russian roots of Uroburos cyber malware | UAE invests in cyber security | FC Barcelona Twitter account hacked by SEA | China planning to be strong Internet power | New cyber defense headquarters in France | Netherlands shut down Darknet website

Cyber Intelligence Report – January 15, 2014

In this report: Cyber-attacks on 29 embassies in Iran | Hackers of the Islamic Cyber Resistance Group claim to have breached Israel Airports Authority computer systems | Cracking down on Cyber Activism in China | UK Ministry of Defense dedicates millions for ‘digital insurgency’, social networking research | Obama announces new policies in surveillance in wake of NSA scandal | Microsoft hacked by the SEA while making email alterations | Major retailers in the U.S. hacked during holiday season | Russian online forum being formed to expand new cyber strategy | Controversial update to Brazilian Internet law | UK: Investment into Cyber Streetwise

IB Times: Cyber Threats 2014: Darknets, Windows XP, Adobe Passwords, Mobile...

In the cyber security world, 2013 has been more than a bit of an eye-opener for most people. The level of sophistication and power...

NSA Commander Alexander: “Critics are Mischaracterizing US Intelligence Agencies Collection Activity”

Media reports detailing secret National Security Agency collection of data from companies such as Google and Yahoo from overseas data centers mischaracterize what NSA...

Does the US Need Two Military Clandestine Services?

The Pentagon is launching a new intelligence organization called 'Defense Clandestine Service' (DCS), focusing on interests of 'national intelligence' rather than battlefield intelligence and tactical support for the warfighter.