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The Register
UK spookhaüs GCHQ can crack end-to-end encryption says Australian A-GBritish signals intelligence agency Government Communications Headquarters (GCH
The Register / Posted 8 days ago
British signals intelligence agency Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) can crack end-to-end encrypted messages sent using WhatsApp and Signal, according to Australian attorney-general George Brandis. Brandis made the claim speaking to the... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Surfer who saved world from WannaCry attack girds for next wavehe has been courted by some of the world's biggest cybersecurity firms. In 2015
Northwest Herald / Posted 11 days ago
he has been courted by some of the world's biggest cybersecurity firms. In 2015, he interviewed with Britain's top-secret Government Communications Headquarters but went to work for Kryptos instead after it made him an offer he said he "couldn't... Read more
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Reuters
Russia causing cyber mayhem, should face retaliation:UK spy chiefFILE PHOTO - The director of Britain's GCHQ Robert Hannigan delivers a speech a
Reuters / Posted 12 days ago
FILE PHOTO - The director of Britain's GCHQ Robert Hannigan delivers a speech at Government Communications Headquarters in Cheltenham, November 17, 2015. REUTERS/Ben Birchall/Pool LONDON Russia is causing cyberspace mayhem and should face... Read more
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Business Standard India
Meet Marcus Hutchins, surfer who saved the world from WannaCryhe has been courted by some of the world’s biggest cybersecurity firms. In 2015
Business Standard India / Posted 15 days ago
he has been courted by some of the world’s biggest cybersecurity firms. In 2015, he interviewed with Britain’s top-secret Government Communications Headquarters but went to work for Kryptos instead after it made him an offer he said he “couldn’t... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Surfer Who Saved World From WannaCry Attack Girds for Next Wavehe has been courted by some of the world’s biggest cybersecurity firms. In 2015
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 16 days ago
he has been courted by some of the world’s biggest cybersecurity firms. In 2015, he interviewed with Britain’s top-secret Government Communications Headquarters but went to work for Kryptos instead after it made him an offer he said he “couldn’t... Read more
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Business Insider
'I was recruited to collude with the Russians': An unexpected player has added a new layer to the Trump campaign's Russia tiesFlynn and his son well." Tait, a cybersecurity researcher and former informati
Business Insider / Posted 20 days ago
Flynn and his son well." Tait, a cybersecurity researcher and former information security specialist at Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, was an unnamed source for the Journal's first article about Smith and a named source... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mystery of motive for a ransomware attack: money, mayhem or a message?why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for inte
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for intelligence and cyber operations at Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, the country's equivalent to the National Security Agency, said that rather than... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Mystery of motive for a ransomware attack: money, mayhem or a message?why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for inte
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 days ago
why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for intelligence and cyber operations at Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, the country's equivalent to the National Security Agency, said that rather than... Read more
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WA Today
Mystery of motive for a ransomware attack: money, mayhem or a message?why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for inte
WA Today / Posted 23 days ago
why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for intelligence and cyber operations at Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, the country's equivalent to the National Security Agency, said that rather than... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Mystery of motive for a ransomware attack: money, mayhem or a message?why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for inte
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for intelligence and cyber operations at Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, the country's equivalent to the National Security Agency, said that rather than... Read more
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The Age
Mystery of motive for a ransomware attack: money, mayhem or a message?why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for inte
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
why they did it, remained unclear. Brian Lord, former deputy director for intelligence and cyber operations at Britain's Government Communications Headquarters, the country's equivalent to the National Security Agency, said that rather than... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
U.K. Parliament Maintains Restrictions After Email Hackway,” the Commons statement said. The Parliament has been working with the Nat
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 26 days ago
way,” the Commons statement said. The Parliament has been working with the National Cyber Security Centre, a division of Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the U.K. signals intelligence agency, to investigate the hack. Cybersecurity... Read more
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