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

Spying Risks Mix for Huawei in SE Asia

Chinese telecom giant looks to neighbouring region to roll out 5G networks US, Australia and others have blocked due to national security concerns The Asia Times reported yesterday, that when Australia banned China’s Huawei from supplying equipment to its planned 5G mobile network for reasons of national security, it resurrected stubborn questions about whether Chinese tech … More Spying Risks Mix for Huawei in SE Asia

Swiss Call in Russian Envoy to Protest Over Spying

Switzerland has triggered a diplomatic row with Moscow by summoning the Russian ambassador and demanding an immediate stop to espionage activity in its territory after Russian spies targeted a Swiss laboratory. According to the Financial Times, Sergei Garmonin, Moscow’s ambassador in Bern, was called to the Swiss foreign ministry in protest after Russian spies reportedly … More Swiss Call in Russian Envoy to Protest Over Spying

What Most Companies Forget When Fighting Off Cyber Attacks

Never underestimate the ingenuity and effort that burglars will put into their work. If a team of committed criminals knows that there are untold of riches lying in a bank vault, they won’t be put off by a six-inch steel door, alarms and CCTV systems – they’ll find a way through somehow. Even if it … More What Most Companies Forget When Fighting Off Cyber Attacks

2018 ERII Annual Counterespionage Conference Espionage Research Institute International (ERII)

ERII today announced registration for the 2018 Annual ERII Counterespionage Conference, a gathering of worldwide technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), counterintelligence and counterespionage professionals, is now open to ERII members and non-members. The conference will be held September 20-22, 2018, at the Embassy Suites Old Town in Alexandria, Virginia. Three-day, two-day and single-day conference tickets are available … More 2018 ERII Annual Counterespionage Conference Espionage Research Institute International (ERII)

IPS Announces the Release of the REI ANDRE Deluxe Near-Field Detection Receiver.

International Procurement Services (IPS) announces the release of the Research Electronics International (REI) ANDRE Deluxe Near-Field Detection Receiver which offers higher frequency detection range, ultrasonic detection, new software and a new antenna which extends the frequency detection range to 12 GHz. The ANDRE detects signal activity and displays a histogram of signal strength over time. … More IPS Announces the Release of the REI ANDRE Deluxe Near-Field Detection Receiver.

Seoul Tasks 8,000 Workers with Searching For Hidden Cams in Public Bathrooms

South Korea’s capital has expanded its crackdown on the ‘hidden cam’ porn industry, ordering daily inspections of all public bathrooms for spying devices. It comes after a series of mass protests against the porn genre. Seoul authorities unveiled the new plan on Sunday (2.9.2018) aimed at ensuring that the city’s 20,554 public restrooms are free … More Seoul Tasks 8,000 Workers with Searching For Hidden Cams in Public Bathrooms

South Korea Women Hold Record Mass Rally Against ‘Spy-cam Porn’

Tens of thousands of South Korean women staged a mass rally in Seoul Saturday (4.8.18) to protest against spy-cam porn, urging tougher punishments for peeping Toms as anger over the growing scourge boils over. Since May, the monthly demonstration in Seoul has shattered records to become the biggest-ever women’s protest in South Korea where the global … More South Korea Women Hold Record Mass Rally Against ‘Spy-cam Porn’