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Cyber Florida Announces General Paul M. Nakasone as Florida Cyber Conference 2019 Keynote Speaker
NSA leaves secret docs on the cloud, WITHOUT A PASSWORD
Another day, another NSA leak: this time 'Top Secret' docs were on the cloud without a password.
50 million Uber accounts hacked, Uber paid $100K to hide it
Uber paid $100,000 to hide the fact 50 million accounts were hacked.
NSA spying tools can hack the global financial system
So... the NSA's financial spying tools are capable of bringing down the entire financial system.
NSA's massive NYC spy hub, a nuke-proof All Seeing Eye
Edward Snowden details Project X, the NSA's secret skyscraper in New York City that can withstand an atomic blast.
Yahoo scanned all of your emails on behalf of the NSA
Yahoo secretly scanned through emails for US spy agencies like the NSA.
New iPhone security measures give Apple upper hand in encryption war
Sources say Apple developing more intense iPhone security measures in light of potential government win in encryption war.
The NSA wants to reorganize its divisions to better spy on you
The NSA wants to combine its intelligence gathering division, with its cyberdefense groups.
Chinese launching chaotic number of attacks against US infrastructure
Map shows number of cyberattacks from China, focused on US economy, per secret NSA report.
House of Representatives approves NSA reform of bulk data collection
The USA Freedom Act has been passed by the House on the NSA reform.
Federal appeals court rules NSA telephone surveillance program illegal
The NSA phone surveillance program disclosed by former contractor Edward Snowden ruled illegal by federal appeals court.
NSA boss now wants 'front door' access to your PC
NSA chief Michael Rogers calls for 'front door' encryption key to users PCs.
NSA finding it harder to recruit specialists following Snowden leaks
A booming economy in Silicon Valley and the post-Snowden era is making it more difficult for the NSA to successfully recruit tech-skilled workers.
One killed, others injured in failed attack against NSA campus
Attackers tried to breach the gate at NSA base in Fort Meade, Maryland.
The NSA considered killing its mass surveillance program in early 2013
In early 2013, the NSA actually considered killing its mass surveillance program - but that obviously didn't happen.
Wikipedia is suing the NSA over its mass surveillance of the Internet
Game on: Wikipedia has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the NSA's mass surveillance of the Internet.
Yahoo clashes with NSA regarding encryption backdoor demands
Internet giant Yahoo is fighting with the NSA regarding encryption backdoors.
NSA director says 'backdoors' into tech companies doesn't harm privacy
The director of the NSA will continue building backdoors into IT companies' products.
Head of NSA says spyware operation compliant with national law
NSA chief deflecting accusations of sophisticated spying, saying his agency complies with laws.
NSA says North Korea definitely to blame for Sony attack
News around the Sony attack has simmered after other high-profile cybercriminal activity, but the NSA still feels North Korea is to blame.
NSA hacked into largest SIM card maker, accessing billions of phones
Days after we find out the NSA has backdoors into millions of HDDs, we find out they hacked the largest SIM card manufacturer in the world.
Kaspersky's NSA HDD Firmware Spying Revelations - Data Was Never Safe
The NSA has backdoor access to a huge amount of computers, if not all, and we're not seeing a word from world leaders - and this shouldn't surprise you.
NSA releases documents stating it spied on Americans on Christmas Eve
NEWS FLASH: In the cover of darkness of Christmas Eve, the NSA released a bunch of documents stating it has spied on Americans.
Senate shuts down Freedom Act to limit NSA surveillance activity
The USA Freedom Act was shot down by the US Senate, receiving a 58-42 vote, coming just shy of the required 60 votes.
Director: NSA depends on Silicon Valley innovations for its activities
The NSA director visits Silicon Valley at least twice per year to stay engaged in Silicon Valley technology development.
Samsung Knox-powered devices get approved for classified use by NSA
The NSA has approved the use of some of Samsung's Knox-powered Galaxy devices for classified government use.
The NSA is building a quantum computer - the end of privacy?
The NSA is building a quantum computer, would break through any encryption.
Edward Snowden took over 200,000 documents according to the NSA
The NSA has admitted that Edward Snowden made it out with up to 200,000 documents.
NSA: we used our tech to spy on our love interests
Some NSA analysts were spying on their lovers.
German politician wants to stop EU-US trading, blames the NSA
A German politician wants to halt ongoing European Union-United States trade negotiations until NSA surveillance is disclosed.
NSA collects over 29 petabytes of data per day
The NSA collects over 26 million gigabytes of data per day, or a huge 29PB.
The NSA is tipping the DEA off, while the DEA covers it up
The NSA still tumbles down the rabbit hole, has been giving the DEA phone records of citizens, while the DEA covers it up.
US Senator introduces new bill to control the amount of spying power the NSA has
New bill introduced to pull back the power that the NSA currently has.
The NSA has been intercepting SSL traffic too, no one is safe from their technological grip
Thought you were safe by using SSL? Think again - the NSA has been intercepting SSL traffic too.
NSA develops ultra-secure Android phone for top secret calls
NSA builds their own Android-based phone, will be used for top secret calls.