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Britain’s spy agency can’t stop losing cyber talent to major tech companies

[ad_1] The NSA isn’t the only secretive national intelligence agency having trouble keeping its tech-savvy recruits. In a new document from the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, Britain’s spy agency describes its difficulty in fending off tech companies keen to poach its workers. In the...

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Russian hacking group Fancy Bear targets hundreds of journalists

[ad_1] The "Kyiv Post"newsroom has been targeted by Russian hacking group Fancy Bear.Image: Volodymyr Petrov/AP/REX/ShutterstockBy Sasha Lekach2017-12-22 21:01:12 UTC The Russian hackers behind Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails are still at it. This time, Fancy Bear is being accused of targeting hundreds of journalists The Associated Press...

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U.S. government officially blames North Korea for WannaCry attack

[ad_1] The U.S. government has named North Korea as the source of the devastating WannaCry cyberattack.  In a Wall Street Journal op-ed Monday, Thomas Bossert, Trump's homeland security assistant, wrote that North Korea is "directly responsible" for the attack that "was widespread and cost billions."  WannaCry was...

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