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Trump’s Impending Crackdown on Cybersecurity

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) was running its first major wargame planning exercise in four years. It was called Internal Look 01. That exercise allowed us to test several military messaging systems, some classified, some not. CENTCOM’s intelligence director was …

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Facebook and Snapchat are to launch ‘police’ icons that users can click if they feel threatened online in new crackdown on cyberbullies

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Facebook and Snapchat are to launch ‘police’ icons that users can click if they feel threatened online in new crackdown on cyberbullies

Police officers are set to monitor social media sites in a bid to stamp out hate crime and cyber bullying. Social media companies are looking into installing police icons on their sites which users can click if they feel threatened. …

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China’s Latest Online Crackdown Sees 900 Hackers Arrested

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China’s Latest Online Crackdown Sees 900 Hackers Arrested

China has arrested more than 900 hackers in an online campaign launched in July amid criticism from the US over increasing hacker attacks originating from the Communist country and targeting top American commercial firms. The suspects were involved in 400 cases and are accused of a wide range of cyber-crimes including swindling money from individuals and banks, the Ministry of Public Security said today. In one case from March, five suspects hacked into the email accounts of a Vietnamese company planning to purchase goods worth $75,000 from a Chinese company, and gained pertinent trade information. The five, including three foreigners, used that information to pose as staff of the Chinese company and obtained the money for the deal from the Vietnamese, state-run Xinhua quoted the Ministry’s statement as saying. In another case, a group of 31 suspects from China and South Korea stole bank card information from Korean citizens via Trojan programs and phishing websites. Later the Korean suspects called the victims in the name of banking staff and transferred their deposits after luring them to remove the security settings, according to the statement. The ministry said it had established 300 specialist facilities across the country to improve monitoring of […]

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Children Recovered In N.J. Sex-Trafficking Crackdown

The FBI has recovered children and busted at least two pimps in a statewide child-sex trafficking crackdown, according to authorities.

“Operation Cross Country,” a nationwide law enforcement action that took place last week and focused on underage victims of prostitution, has concluded with the recovery of 149 sexually exploited children and the arrests of more than 150 pimps and other individuals, according to the FBI.

FBI officials said in a release that agents in New Jersey recovered six underage victims of human trafficking and arrested two pimps in Newark, Atlantic City and elsewhere. Twenty-one adults allegedly participating in prostitution were arrested.

No specific information on the victims and suspects was provided.

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Koh Samui mafia crackdown: More tourist centers next

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The success of crackdowns on criminal gangs operating on the resort island of Koh Samui last week has encouraged police to expand their list of targets to include more tourist destinations nationwide. Acting chief of the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) Thitirat Nonghanpitak led about 300 police together with military forces in a dawn operation on the resort island on Friday. A combined team of 756 police and military raided 26 spots believed to be the hideouts of powerful people or criminals. They arrested five suspects and confiscated 20 guns and 835 rounds of ammunition as well as three kilogrammes of kratom, a narcotic plant. The decision to look into criminal cases on the island came after local businessman Panas Kao-uthai, 49, was gunned down in a restaurant early this month, apparently as a result of business conflicts among so-called influential figures on the island. His death frightened villagers and caused panic on the island, which is Thailand’s top tourist destination. There was a concern that the high level of crime on the island was tarnishing its reputation as a safe tourist destination. Authorities were urged to speed up their probe into the murder. During the operation, there was a search […]

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Cyber Crime Crackdown

Cyber Crime Crackdown

In today’s world it’s hard to find someone that doesn’t own a computer or a cell phone and as technology advances, security breaches become far more common. It could be hard to believe but with one click of the mouse […]

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