Huawei’s founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei continues to deny all allegations relating to his company spying for Chinese authorities, insisting that his company had never been asked to spy on clients. In a rare interview with just six journalists from foreign media, Mr Ren told the them, “I love my country. I support the Communist Party. … More Huawei Deny Spying Risk
£35 million lost by cyber crime victims, increase of 24% in six months Action Fraud received 13,357 cyber crime reports in six months Hacking of social media and email accounts at the forefront of cyber crime impact Protect yourself – use a strong and separate password for each of your email accounts The City of London … More Increase in Cyber Crime in UK
Head Coach of the English National Rugby team, Eddie Jones, has admitted spying on opponents in the past, but says he stopped doing so a decade ago because it had become a waste of time. The England coach was speaking to The Guardian Newspaper, after listening to the Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa reveal that he … More England’s Rugby Coach – Eddie Jones Admits Spying on Rivals in the Past
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) has disseminated videos, brochures, and other informative materials to help the private sector guard against growing threats from foreign intelligence entities and other adversaries. “Make no mistake, American companies are squarely in the cross-hairs of well-financed nation-state actors, who are routinely breaching private sector networks, stealing proprietary data, … More US National Counterintelligence & Security Centre Launches Campaign to Help Guard Against Threats From Nation State Actors.
Former Israeli cabinet minister Gonen Segev is to be jailed for 11 years after he admitted spying for Iran, Israel’s justice ministry says. Segev, who served as energy minister in the 1990s, was allegedly recruited while working as a doctor in Nigeria. He was accused of leaking details about Israeli officials and security sites. Segev … More Israel Ex-Minister Admits Spying For Iran
Morocco has launched a strategy to modernise its army, focusing on developing its technological and counter-espionage capabilities. The General Inspector of the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces, General Abdelfattah Louarak, gave instructions to military leaders in the Kingdom to implement a new strategy focused on manufacturing and counter-espionage claims the Middle East Monitor. Moroccan newspaper Al-Massae quoted an … More Moroccan Armed Forces to Modernise With Focus on Counter-Espionage