If the US expects to take the moral high ground on matters of telecoms security, then it would help if they had a leader with some integrity.
The first leak from whistleblower Ed Snowden concerned the mass collection of CDRs from US telcos. Now the Trump administration is quietly ending that NSA program.
Lori Stroud, former colleague of Ed Snowden, began spying for the UAE shortly after reviewing IT security for Ooredoo.
The PATCH Act would be a step towards the US government protecting the safe transit of goods and services in cyberspace like it protects them on the high seas.
The NetScreen line of firewalls had been compromised by unauthorized code, and was subject to a weakness relating to the random numbers used for encryption.
Governments are failing to find the balance between privacy and security. As a result, they allow government employees to slander and bully comms providers.
US Senator Rand Paul retained the floor of the Senate for 10 hours and 31 minutes whilst voicing his objections to bulk collection of phone CDRs by the NSA. These were the highlights.
The US government was defeated when an appeal court ruled the NSA did not have the authority to collect CDRs en masse.
British parliamentarians have responded to Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks with a report that discusses the workings of GCHQ, the UK’s international communications spies.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals how US and UK intelligence agencies hacked the world’s largest SIM maker, and mobile operators, in order to steal encryption keys.