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Guatemalan solider sent to U.S. prison

A former Guatemalan special forces soldier was sentenced Monday to 10 years in a US prison for lying on his citizenship application. He lied about his participation in massacre that wiped out a village 30 years ago. Jorge Sosa, 55, was stripped of his American citizenship after being convicted of failing to disclose his alleged participation in the killing of at least 160 people in the village of Dos Erres.

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Tuesday - 02/11/2014, 08:49am EST

Singapore Air Show Means Money

There's a big air show this week in Singapore and aerospace firms will finalize numerous billion dollar deal during the show. The firms goals are simple and the same --survive a dry spell in emerging markets. Those markets are vital to their plans to plans to keep producing large numbers of jets. The biggest aerospace gathering in Asia is usually a "show and tell" where executives come to mingle with some of the world's biggest long-haul carriers and the region's busy military buyers.

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Monday - 02/10/2014, 10:19am EST

FINRA reviewing security

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is looking at the measures that Wall Street's brokerages take to protect their businesses and customers from cyber security threats. FINRA, which conducts periodic "sweeps," or targeted checks on Wall Street brokerages, says it is conducting the review, in part, because of the growing threat to information technology systems from "a variety of sources.

Tags: UMUC , The Cyber Security Report , cyber security

Monday - 02/10/2014, 08:46am EST

Bank Customers Targeted in scam

App River email and security experts says Bank of America customers have been targeted by a new virus campaign they're calling a Bredo virus. It comes in the form of phishing email that claiming to be from BofA and asking the recipient of download a security file. The main goal of this virus is to steal information such as banking info or recording keystrokes. The software may also have abilities to further infect a system by downloading more malware on to the machine.

Tags: UMUC , cyber security , The Cyber Security Report

Monday - 02/10/2014, 08:44am EST

Polish investigate CIA secret prisons

Polish prosecutors may seek access to terror suspects detained by the U.S. at Guantanamo Bay for direct questioning as part of an investigation into whether a secret CIA prison operated here in 2002-2003, an official said Thursday. The prosecutors would need U.S. permission to question prisoners held at Guantanamo and are weighing whether to make a request. Washington has provided little help to Poland's investigation, which was launched in 2008, and has already denied an appeal from Warsaw for assistance in gathering evidence.

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Friday - 02/07/2014, 10:04am EST

Pentagon places emphasis on morality

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has told military leaders to put a renewed emphasis on moral behavior across the force following a series of ethical lapses that have included cheating scandals among the Navy and Air Force's nuclear missions. Pentagon press secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby said Hagel told the military and civilian leaders of the services in a meeting on Wednesday that he wants the issue dealt with more urgently and wants updates on a regular basis.

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Thursday - 02/06/2014, 09:54am EST

Cyber Security languishes during shutdown

Cyber security advocates are frustrated that new legislation is caught between a rock and a hard place. It's stuck in contentious debates over government surveillance and the government shutdown. NSA's highly skilled cyber workers have been told to stay home, weakening the nation's ability to protect critical cyber infrastructure. Thousands of people with PHDs and math whizzes and thousands of computer scientists have been sitting idly at home.

Tags: The Cyber Security Report , cybersecurity , cyber security , UMUC ,

Tuesday - 10/15/2013, 10:15am EDT

Hackers can do more than snoop

Homeland Security News is reporting that if hackers can steal a company's top-secret data, they can just as easily destroy a company's network. Richard Bejtlich, chief security officer for Mandiant, a cyber-security company, said not only are hackers getting into networks to steal huge amounts of intellectual property but they can also permanently erase data.

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Tuesday - 10/15/2013, 10:18am EDT

Author of the "blackhole" arrested'

Russian authorities have arrested a man believed to be responsible for distributing a notorious software kit known as "Blackhole" that is widely used by cyber criminals to infect PCs, according to a person familiar with the situation. A former Russian police detective in contact with Russia's federal government told Reuters that the suspect, who is known in hacking circles as "Paunch," had been arrested.

Tags: cyber security , cybersecurity , The Cyber Security Report , UMUC ,

Monday - 10/21/2013, 02:35pm EDT

Alleged Hacker in Custody

A British man has been arrested in England and charged by the United States and Britain with infiltrating U.S. government computer systems, including those run by the military, to steal confidential data and disrupt operations, the Associated Press reports. U.S. prosecutors said the alleged hacker, Lauri Love, infiltrated thousands of computer systems including those of the Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. space agency NASA and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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Monday - 10/28/2013, 02:19pm EDT
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