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Tag: Insider Threat

While working for spies, Snowden was secretly prolific online

(Reuters) – While working for U.S. intelligence agencies, Edward Snowden had another secret identity: an online commentator who anonymously railed against citizen surveillance and corporate greed. Throughout the eight years that Snowden worked for the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency contractors, he posted hundreds of messages on a public Internet forum under a…
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Guardian reporter delayed e-mailing NSA source because crypto is a pain

(Ars Technica) If you still haven’t gotten around to encrypting your e-mail, you have company. Glenn Greenwald, the civil liberties writer who recently exposed the National Security Agency’s vast data-collection programs, wasn’t quick to jump on the e-mail encryption wagon either. According to recent articles in The New York Times and The Huffington Post, Greenwald…
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Fighting ATM Cash-Out Schemes

(Bank Info Security) A recent ATM cash-out scheme that netted $45 million puts a spotlight on the need for fraud prevention measures, says John Buzzard of FICO’s Card Alert Service. U.S. accounts are prime targets for these attacks because of outdated payment-card technology and ineffective transaction monitoring systems, Buzzard contends. The U.S. “is a playground…
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House Speaker John Boehner: NSA Leaker a ‘Traitor’

(ABC News) House Speaker John Boehner today called NSA leaker Edward Snowden a “traitor” who put Americans at risk by releasing classified information to the media. “He’s a traitor,” the highest ranking Republican in the House of Representatives said in an extensive interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos. “The disclosure of this information puts Americans…
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