Chinese Target French Companies Through Social Networks

According to the French Newspaper Le Figaro, thousands of employees of the French civil services have been “approached” by China, through professional social networks, such as LinkedIn Le Figaro claims that officers of DGIS (Direction générale de la sécurité intérieure) and DGSE (Direction générale de la sécurité extérieure) have uncovered massive looting of sensitive data by … More Chinese Target French Companies Through Social Networks

Journalists Phones Hacked By Dutch Public Prosecutor

Dutch Newspaper NRC Handelsblad (NRC) reports that the Public Prosecutor has used “coercive measures” against journalists no less than 15 times over the past 3 years.  In information sourced from the Open Government Act, data reports that the coercive measures included; retrieving phone data, eavesdropping on telephone calls, and the requisition of journalistic materials. Ferdinand Grapperhaus … More Journalists Phones Hacked By Dutch Public Prosecutor

Taiwan Naval Officer Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Classified Information

According to a recent article in the South China Morning Post, Taiwan has arrested a Naval Offer for allegedly stealing classified information whilst serving on the Chen De La Fayette Frigate (FFG-1208)  between July 2011 and June 2018 in what is thought to be an espionage case.  Master Petty Officer Hung, is accused of illegally copying … More Taiwan Naval Officer Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Classified Information

What Businessweek Got Wrong About Apple

The October 8, 2018 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek incorrectly reports that Apple found “malicious chips” in servers on its network in 2015. As Apple has repeatedly explained to Bloomberg reporters and editors over the past 12 months, there is no truth to these claims. Apple provided Bloomberg Businessweek with the following statement before their story was … More What Businessweek Got Wrong About Apple

Senate sets Agencies To Trace Spying Gadgets in Islamabad

The chairman of Pakistan’s Senate Standing Committee on Interior Affairs, Senator Rehman Malik, is investigating reports of espionage gadgets being installed in the  Constitution Avenue and diplomatic areas. The chairman has given the Interior Ministry 10 days to submit a report over the warning, which was issued by the National Telecom and Information Technology Security … More Senate sets Agencies To Trace Spying Gadgets in Islamabad