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Email privacy violated

Microsoft, is admitting it searched emails in a blogger's Hotmail account to track down who was leaking company secrets. John Frank, deputy general counsel for Microsoft, which owns Hotmail, said in a statement the software company ``took extraordinary actions in this case.'' But, In the future, he said, Microsoft would consult an outside attorney who is a former judge to determine if a court order would have allowed such a search.

Tags: cybersecurity , Cybersecurity Report

Saturday - 03/22/2014, 07:49pm EDT

DoD discloses budget for missing plane search

The Pentagon budgeted 4 million dollars to help Malaysia authorities look for flight MH370 which went missing on March 8th. The USS Kidd, an Arleigh-Burke-class destroyer and two Navy spy planes, the P-3 Orion and the more advanced P-8 have participated in the search. The Kidd has since returned to its normal assignments. Pentagon spokesman Steve Warren said on Friday, DoD had spent 2.5 million dollars at that point in the search.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond

Saturday - 03/22/2014, 07:09pm EDT

DoD assisting in search for missing plane

What's the U.S. military doing to help in the search for a missing Malaysian plane? "We're putting as much effort into it across the scope of our capabilities as is needed. says Rear Admiral John Kirby, Pentagon press secretary. "I wouldn't get into the specifics of each and every one of those tools , because some of those tools we don't talk about," said Kirby. But he assured reporters in the Pentagon briefing room, "When the Malaysians are asking for help, for information, or whatever data, if we can provide it, if we can help them, we are helping them."

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond

Saturday - 03/22/2014, 07:07pm EDT

Reset or Regret?

Has the US "reset" with Russia turned to regret? After the unimpeded takeover of Crimea, by Russian strongman Vladimir Putin, the White House now has to decide whether actions that did not Russia from claiming Crimea can stop further regional Russian incursions. And if they continue to prove insufficient, what would it take to stop Putin?

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Saturday - 03/22/2014, 07:03pm EDT

DOD raising security levels

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says the DoD is going to have to raise the level of security from within because of threats coming from people who are trusted insiders. he made the statement during the release of a review into the Navy Yard shooting. It said Navy contractor Aaron Alexis could've been prevented from killing 12 people if the company that employed him had told the Navy Alexis was having problems in the months before.

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Saturday - 03/22/2014, 07:03pm EDT

Morning Glory headed back to Libya

Pentagon says the vessel is now underway towards Libya it's expected to take four days to enter Libyan territorial waters. The USS Stout is escorting, the Morning Glory. Two AK-47s were found aboard. The SEALs have departed the ship. There are 25 STOUT crew members aboard MORNING GLORY. Three Libyan detainees remain under U.S. custody.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond

Tuesday - 03/18/2014, 10:26am EDT

Gender allowances urged in the military

Transgender military personnel --at least a dozen nations, including Australia, Canada, England and Israel, allow them to serve. Transgender rights advocates have been lobbying the Pentagon to revisit the blanket ban in the U.S. since Congress in 2010 repealed ``don't ask, don't tell,'' the law that barred gay, lesbian and bisexual individuals from openly serving in the military.

Tags: DoD , Pentagon & Beyond

Monday - 03/17/2014, 11:55am EDT

Pullout may not be necessary

The U.S. has threatened to pull all troops out of Afghanistan by the end of the year, because Afghan President Hamid Karzai has refused to sign the a new status of forces agreement. But that may not be necessary, because the 33,600 U.S. forces still deployed are covered by an existing status-of-forces agreement. The arrangement took effect shortly after 9/11 as the U.S. engagement there started. That agreement has no expiration date and prevents U.S. military personnel from being prosecuted under Afghan law.

Tags: Pentagon & Beyond , DoD

Monday - 03/17/2014, 11:53am EDT

Cybercrime rises

PwC has released a new survey that indicates, cybercrime is the second most common type of fraud reported by financial firms, more than double the level across other industries. According to the report, 39 percent of financial services companies that suffered from economic crime last year said they had been hit by cybercrime, compared to 17 percent in other industries.

Tags: cybersecuirty , Cyber Security Report

Monday - 03/10/2014, 05:55pm EDT

New Spyware uncovered

There's some new spyware that's been infecting hundreds of government computers in Europe and the United States. Several security researchers and Western intelligence officers, according to Reuters believe the malware, called Turla, is from the Russian government. They also think it's inked to the same software used in a U.S. military breach in 2008.

Tags: Cyber Security Report , cybersecurity

Monday - 03/10/2014, 05:52pm EDT
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