CIA Celebrates 70th Anniversary

The Central Intelligence Agency today celebrates its 70th anniversary, marking seven decades of silent service to America. The National Security Act of 1947 established CIA as an independent intelligence agency charged with ensuring that U.S. policy makers have a comprehensive picture of the threats and opportunities facing our country in times of war and peace. … More CIA Celebrates 70th Anniversary

I.P.S. Encrypted Mobile Phone

While GSM is a reasonably secure cellular telecommunications system, its well-publicised weaknesses make it unsuitable for exchanging confidential or sensitive information. Calls can be monitored or infiltrated by readily available surveillance equipment. End-to-end security is not provided, nor is it possible to authenticate the individual with which you are in contact. ‘Man-in-the-middle’ attacks from false … More I.P.S. Encrypted Mobile Phone

Two in Three Bosses at Britain’s Biggest Businesses Not Trained to Deal With A Cyber Attack

Britain’s top firms and charities urgently need to do more to protect themselves from online threats, according to new Government research and a ‘cyber health check’ published 21st August, 2017  New reports highlight scale of the cyber security and data protection challenge One in ten FTSE 350 companies operate without a response plan for a cyber … More Two in Three Bosses at Britain’s Biggest Businesses Not Trained to Deal With A Cyber Attack

IPS & REI Exhibiting Full Range of Electronic Detection Equipment at DSEI 17

Stand N5–334 IPS (International Procurement Services) & REI (Research Electronics Internaitonal) will be exhibiting their full range of electronic detection equipment at DSEI ExCel London, 12-15 September 2017 Among the range on show, will be the newly launched ORION 900 HX and ORION HX Deluxe Non-Linear Junction Detectors and the new TALAN 3 Telephone and … More IPS & REI Exhibiting Full Range of Electronic Detection Equipment at DSEI 17

IPS Announce the Addition of the New ORION 900 HX NLJD to their Existing Range of REI Products

International Procurement Services, (IPS) is pleased to announce the addition of the New ORION 900 HX Non-Linear Junction Detector to their existing range of Research Electronics International (REI) products. The new ORION 900 HX Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) uses lower frequency to detect electronic semi-conductor components through dense materials such as bricks, concrete and soil. … More IPS Announce the Addition of the New ORION 900 HX NLJD to their Existing Range of REI Products

Briefcase fitted with Faraday Cage used to Protect Brexit Documents and Electronic Equipment

In a Telegraph exclusive,  it has been reported that The Rt Hon David Davis, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) uses a special briefcase fitted with a Faraday cage to protect Brexit documents and his electronic equipment. A Faraday cage is an enclosure used to block all wireless signals, whether that … More Briefcase fitted with Faraday Cage used to Protect Brexit Documents and Electronic Equipment

IPS Announce the Addition of the New TALAN 3.0 Telephone and Line Analyzer to their Existing Range of REI Products

International Procurement Services, (IPS) is pleased to announce the addition of the New TALAN 3.0 Telephone and Line Analyzer to their existing range of Research Electronics International (REI) products. The new TALAN 3.0 has enhanced VoIP traffic analysis on phones and networks, patent pending FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) algorithm for visual display of VoIP traffic, … More IPS Announce the Addition of the New TALAN 3.0 Telephone and Line Analyzer to their Existing Range of REI Products

British Lions carry out bugging sweep on dressing rooms

The British and Irish Lions routinely sweep their facilities at the team’s hotels for their tour of New Zealand for listening devices, chief executive John Feehan has confirmed, during an interview with The Telegraph. Whilst there is no suggestion that the New Zealand team would stoop to bugging an opponents’ dressing room, the British Lions … More British Lions carry out bugging sweep on dressing rooms

Seven People Charged With Conspiring to Steal Trade Secrets For Benefit of Chinese Manufacturing Company

Case Involves Dual-Use Technology With Military Applications WASHINGTON – A criminal complaint was unsealed today charging seven individuals with conspiring to steal trade secrets from a business in the U.S. on behalf of a company in China that was engaged in manufacturing a high-performance, naval-grade product for military and civilian uses. On May 23, 2017, … More Seven People Charged With Conspiring to Steal Trade Secrets For Benefit of Chinese Manufacturing Company

How Criminals Can Steal Your PIN By Tracking The Motion Of Your Phone

Hackers are able to decipher PINs and passwords just from the way we tilt our phone when we are typing in the information. Cyber experts at Newcastle University, UK, have revealed the ease with which malicious websites, as well as installed apps, can spy on us using just the information from the motion sensors in … More How Criminals Can Steal Your PIN By Tracking The Motion Of Your Phone