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MessagePosté le: Ven 29 Avr - 05:38 (2016)    Sujet du message: US CYBER COMMANDER SPEAKS AT U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY ON FUTURE OF CYBER OPERATIONS Répondre en citant

US CYBER COMMANDER SPEAKS AT U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY ON FUTURE OF CYBER OPERATIONS

Story Number: NNS160428-19Release Date: 4/28/2016 4:12:00 PM 

By Mass Communication Seaman Brianna Jones, U.S. Naval Academy Public Affairs


160426-N-DY073-068 ANNAPOLIS, Md. (April 26, 2016) Adm. Michael S. Rogers, commander, U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), speaks at the U.S. Naval Academy as part of the Cyber Lecture Series. Rogers addressed more than 600 midshipmen about the critical role cyber operations will play throughout their naval careers. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Seaman Brianna Jones/Released)

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (NNS) -- Adm. Michael S. Rogers, commander, U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), spoke at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, April 26, as part of the Cyber Lecture Series.

Rogers addressed more than 600 midshipmen about the critical role cyber operations will play throughout their naval careers.

"Not everyone is going to be a hardcore cyber professional, but I believe increasingly that in the world we live in, there is a fundamental level of knowledge that we all must have of cyber operations," said Rogers. "[Cyber] is that pervasive, it's that foundational."

Rogers, an Auburn University graduate, received his commission in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps. Originally a surface warfare officer, he was later selected for redesignation to cryptology, now information warfare.

Rogers emphasized that cyber operations, at its core, is a mission set that is powered by men and women - that USCYBERCOM's greatest edge is not its technology but the intellectual power of the highly skilled and trained people who make up the cyber community.

Rogers underscored the critical role of leadership in cyberspace, posing "... how do you train commanders at the unit level and above to understand both the implications of cyber threats to their ability to execute their mission as well as how do you apply cyber capability?"

The future success of the U.S. military's cyber operations relies on recruiting well-trained, adept individuals to stay on the cutting edge of this ever evolving field, said Rogers.

27 midshipmen in the Class of 2016 will be the first to graduate from USNA with degrees in cyber operations. Rogers reminded these midshipmen that because their field is still in the development stage, they will be shaping the future for USCYBERCOM.

"As cyber operations officers, you will be building the future for the nation and our entire workforce," he said. "You will be creating something new every day and developing a skill set that no one has ever seen before."

According to Rogers, most people spend their naval career in fields that have been fully developed by the hard work of men and women who came before them. But for those who work in the cyber operations field, they are trailblazing a new path and molding the future for the Navy and the nation.

"The midshipmen at USNA are at the forefront of this developing field," said Rogers. "They are the future of the Navy and will be the minds developing new technologies for the fleet that will keep our nation and our citizens safe."

USNA immediately recognized the critical role that cyber operations would serve in support of DoD missions, and has led the way with a series of projects, including the development of the new cyber operations major, adding required cyber classes to the overall curriculum for all midshipmen and, ultimately, the construction of the academy's Center for Cyber Security Studies, scheduled to begin later this year.

The building will be a multistory academic mission facility including classrooms, teaching and research laboratories, lecture halls, offices, multipurpose space, an observatory, loading dock, and research and testing tank in support of the engineering and weapons labs. This facility will allow midshipmen to develop cutting-edge skills cyber skills and knowledge before joining the fleet.

For more news from U.S. Naval Academy, visit http://www.navy.mil/local/usna/.


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CHINE : UNE PLATE-FORME INTERNET POUR LUTTER CONTRE LA DESINFORMATION




La Chine est en passe de lancer une plate-forme internet visant à réprimer les rumeurs circulant sur la Toile.

Le ministère chinois de la Sécurité publique et le site chinois de mircoblogging Sina Weibo ont annoncé le lancement d'une plate-forme internet destinée à recueillir des plaintes concernant les fausses informations et les rumeurs, rapporte le Global Times.

Le lancement de ce projet qui permet de prévenir rapidement les rumeurs défend les intérêts des internautes. Ainsi, afin de créer un environnement juste et convenable sur le Web, le ministère tente d'assurer la sécurité sur Internet de façon amicale, a noté Shen Yi le directeur adjoint du Centre d'étude du cyberespace au sein de l'université Fudan (Shanghai). Pour cela, le cyberespace doit, selon lui, être imprégné d'une énergie positive et de valeurs traditionnelles.

La diffusion de fausses informations peut facilement déclencher la panique au sein de la société, c'est pourquoi ce type de plate-forme de lutte contre les rumeurs est très important, a déclaré l'expert de l'université des postes et des télécommunications à Pékin Xie Yongjiang. Il a également dit que cette plate-forme rappellerait aux utilisateurs d'internet que le cyberespace n'est pas un endroit pour l'illégalité.

D'après Sina Weibo, les comptes des personnes qui répandraient des rumeurs seront suspendus et la police s'occupera de leurs cas en conformité avec les lois et règlements de la Chine.

Il ne s'agit pas de la première initiative chinoise en ce sens. Ainsi, en juin 2015, dans 50 villes et régions, la police chinoise d'Internet s'était enregistrée sur plusieurs plates-formes de réseaux sociaux afin de combattre les crimes cybernétiques. Cela concernait notamment la publication de fausses informations, de contenu réservé aux adultes et de rumeurs.

Source: Sputnik   
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MessagePosté le: Ven 13 Mai - 08:07 (2016)    Sujet du message: LIBERTE DE LA PRESSE : L'"UKRAINE TEND A RESSEMBLER A LA TURQUIE" Répondre en citant

LIBERTE DE LA PRESSE : L'"UKRAINE TEND A RESSEMBLER A LA TURQUIE"


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Une liste contenant les données personnelles de journalistes ayant travaillé ou travaillant dans la région du Donbass (est de l'Ukraine) a été récemment publiée sur des sites Internet ukrainiens. La communauté internationale a largement dénoncé cette démarche. Sputnik a recueilli les commentaires d'experts internationaux sur cet incident.

Ayant pour objectif de lutter contre les ennemis de l'Ukraine, le site ukrainien Mirotvorets ("le faiseur de paix" en ukrainien), soutenu par le député ukrainien Anton Guerachtchenko, conseiller du ministre de l'Intérieur et proche de l'ancien premier ministre Arseni Iatseniouk, a publié les données personnelles (numéro de téléphone, e-mail, nom du service de presse) de plus de 4.000 journalistes, dont une cinquantaine de Français et un millier d'occidentaux.

Toutes sortes d'agences de presse sont concernées, de toutes nationalités: CNN, ABC, Al-Jazeera, AFP, Reuters, RT, ZDF, RTL, Europe 1.

Le titre en anglais de la liste est sans équivoque: "7.901 scoundrels" ("7.901 scélérats"), tandis que le texte sur la page Web compare les journalistes à des "terroristes accrédités".

Les réactions ne se sont pas fait attendre.
https://fr.sputniknews.com/international/201604281024608687-liberte-express…
Ce scandale de portée internationale a été dénoncé tout d'abord par la porte-parole du ministère russe des Affaires étrangères Maria Zakharova, qui y voit une violation du droit international par le gouvernement ukrainien (comme le Pacte onusien sur les droits civils et politiques, ou la Convention européenne des droits de l'Homme). La porte-parole de l'Organisation pour la sécurité et la coopération en Europe (OSCE) pour la liberté des médias Dunja Mijatoviс s'est déclarée inquiète au sujet de la sécurité des journalistes en Ukraine.

Même le département d'Etat américain a exprimé sa préoccupation.

"Les Etats-Unis soutiennent fermement le principe fondamental de la liberté de la presse. Le travail des journalistes est d'une importance capitale, en particulier dans les pays où les droits civils et politiques sont en danger, ainsi que dans les zones de conflit, où les journalistes sont le plus en danger. Ainsi, cet incident est très préoccupant", a déclaré la porte-parole du département d'Etat américain Elizabeth Trudeau.

Les personnes employées dans les médias se sont adressées à la communauté internationale par l'intermédiaire d'une lettre ouverte dans laquelle elles ont souligné l'irrecevabilité de la divulgation des données personnelles. Certains journalistes affirment avoir signé une lettre ouverte enjoignant les autorités ukrainiennes à mener une enquête criminelle sur les activités du site. Beaucoup d'entre eux ont déjà reçu des menaces.

Mme Dominique Pradalié, secrétaire générale du Syndicat national des journalistes (SNJ), se joint à l'indignation générale dans un entretien accordé à Sputnik.

"Pour le Syndicat national des journalistes, les éléments concernant la vie privée des journalistes ne doivent pas être publiés, dans la mesure où ils ont droit comme tout le monde à une vie privée et ne doivent pas être montrés du doigt", a-t-elle fait remarquer.

Manuel Ochsenreiter, rédacteur en chef du magazine allemand Zuerst, a critiqué l'existence d'une telle liste.

"Le gouvernement de Kiev prend ses aises vis à vis du travail des journalistes, de la liberté de la presse et de la liberté d'expression. L'Ukraine tend à ressembler de plus en plus à la Turquie, où les journalistes sont opprimés et emprisonnés simplement parce qu'ils relatent autre chose que la vérité officielle que Kiev voudrait diffuser", a-t-il noté.

Selon lui, il est typique de ce genre de pays d'exposer les journalistes à des pressions et à des menaces.

"Il ne s'agit pas seulement d'une liste de noms, elle contient aussi toutes leurs informations personnelles. Cela les expose au chantage, les met sous pression, ce qui est le but recherché", a souligné M.Ochsenreiter.

Le procureur de Kiev a décidé le 11 mai d'ouvrir une enquête sur ce sujet, invoquant une obstruction à la pratique du journalisme.

https://fr.sputniknews.com/international/201605121024955791-donnees-personnelles-publiees-ukraine/


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MessagePosté le: Sam 14 Mai - 01:21 (2016)    Sujet du message: CONTRACTOR WORKING ON OPM’S CYBER UPGRADES SUDDENLY QUITS, CITING 'FINANCIAL DISTRESS' Répondre en citant

CONTRACTOR WORKING ON OPM’S CYBER UPGRADES SUDDENLY QUITS, CITING 'FINANCIAL DISTRESS'


 
Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo, has asked OPM to describe its contingency plans for critical technology upgrades. // AP Photo/Cliff Owen

By Jack Moore 2:17 PM ET
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The contractor responsible for the hacked Office of Personnel Management’s major IT overhaul is now in financial disarray and no longer working on the project.

OPM awarded the Arlington, Virginia-based Imperatis Corporation a sole-source contract in June 2014 as part of an initial $20 million effort to harden OPM’s cyber defenses, after agency officials discovered an intrusion into the agency’s network.

In the past week, however, Imperatis ceased operations on the contract, citing “financial distress,” an OPM spokesman confirmed to Nextgov.

After Imperatis employees failed to show up for work May 9, OPM terminated Imperatis’ contract for nonperformance and defaulting on its contract.

“DHS and OPM are currently assessing the operational effect of the situation and expect there to be very little impact on current OPM operations,” OPM spokesman Sam Schumach said in a statement to Nextgov. Schumach said OPM had been planning for performance on the contract to end in June 2016.
http://www.nextgov.com/f/nextgov-today-form/?oref=ng-article-intext


Work on the contract went toward developing a more secure IT environment, dubbed “the shell,” in which to house sensitive files. Last summer, after work on the contract had already started, OPM announced a much larger breach of personnel records and background investigations forms affecting more than 21.5 million. Officials pledged to accelerate work on the IT upgrade plan.

Claire McCaskill, the ranking Democrat on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs’ investigations subcommittee, wrote to OPM and the Homeland Security Department, which also holds contracts with the company.

In the May 13 letter, McCaskill, D-Mo., said she is “concerned that Imperatis’ default may now delay OPM’s much-needed IT infrastructure and security fixes,” and requested OPM describe its contingency plans for the critical technology upgrades in a briefing with the senator’s staff.

A spokeswoman for the Imperatis Corporation did not return phone calls or emails from Nextgov. The voicemail box for the company’s CEO, Mastin M. Robeson, was full and no longer accepting messages Friday afternoon. The “Leadership” page of the Imperatis website, which once listed company executives, is now blank.

In the wake of the OPM hack last summer, lawmakers questioned the agency’s decision to rush work to Imperatis without competition from other companies.

In a “flash audit” issued last summer, OPM’s former inspector general raised several concerns about the agency’s overall IT upgrade plans, including the use of the sole-source contract and unreliable cost estimates for the overhaul.

OPM’s sole-source contract with Imperatis only covered the initial planning phases of the contract, agency officials testified under oath during a congressional hearing last summer.

However, officials later acknowledged Imperatis was working on later phases of the contract, according to a follow-up IG report.

The IG contended  "any involvement" by the contractor "violates federal acquisition regulations,” and stressed that “conflicting statements from OPM officials regarding this contract are extremely concerning.”

Current acting OPM Director Beth Cobert, in a Sept. 3 letter, told the IG Imperatis assistance is needed because of "the expertise and knowledge they have developed during the design and implementation" of the project.

OPM has already spent more than $67 million on the IT upgrade plan, Cobert told lawmakers during a House hearing in March. In its fiscal 2017 budget request, the agency is seeking $37 million in additional funding for the project.

This isn’t the first time Imperatis Corporation has come under scrutiny. Under a previous name, Jorge Scientific, the company held nearly $1 billion in contracts with the Army when employees were recorded in cellphone videos reportedly drinking on the job and injecting drugs.

http://www.nextgov.com/cybersecurity/2016/05/contractor-working-opms-cyber-…


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MessagePosté le: Mer 25 Mai - 16:30 (2016)    Sujet du message: FRANCE : LE GOUVERNEMENT VEUT TRADUIRE EN JUSTICE LES SITES "COMPLOTISTES" Répondre en citant

FRANCE : LE GOUVERNEMENT VEUT TRADUIRE EN JUSTICE LES SITES "COMPLOTISTES"

Publié par wikistrike.com sur 20 Mai 2016, 19:18pm



Le dimanche 15 mai 2016, l’Union des étudiants juifs de France (UEJF) de Sacha Reingewirtz organisait les « Secondes Assises de la lutte contre la haine sur Internet ». Gilles Clavreul, député interministériel à la lutte contre le racisme et l’antisémitisme et donc membre du gouvernement, s’y est illustré en tenant des propos qui rapprochent un peu plus la France de la dictature assumée.
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« Il s’agit surtout d’identifier qui sont les leaders d’opinion sur Internet [...], ils s’appellent Soral, ils s’appellent Dieudonné, ils s’appellent maintenant Henry de Lesquen. [...]

Heureusement, il arrive, si je puis dire heureusement, il arrive que même quelqu’un comme Alain Soral, qui est maintenant à la tête d’une véritable PME, déborde, dérape, et c’est comme ça qu’on arrive à le déférer devant la justice, mais il est vrai que sinon, son site Égalité & Réconciliation dans l’ensemble est tout le temps à la ligne jaune, mais il ne la franchit pratiquement jamais.

Et on a le même problème avec un certain nombre de sites conspirationnistes, je dirais que je suis même encore plus inquiet et préoccupé par le fait que l’on n’arrive pas, tout simplement faute de moyens légaux, à traduire devant la justice des sites qui ont développé par exemple les théories alternatives sur les attentats de Saint-Denis ou du Bataclan. »



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http://www.wikistrike.com/2016/05/le-gouvernement-veut-traduire-en-justice-les-sites-complotistes.html
 




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SENATE COMMITTEE ADVANCES MEASURE LETTING AGENCIES CRACK DOWN ON PERSONAL EMAIL


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By Jack Moore May 26, 2016
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A key Senate committee voted to advance a bill that would allow federal agencies to bypass employee unions in order to block access to webmail and other websites deemed security risks.

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee unanimously voted to approve the measure May 25 along with more than a dozen other bills relating to government management.

The legislation "puts us on a path forward to ensure that federal agencies can act quickly to address any vulnerabilities and secure their IT networks,” said Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, who introduced the Senate version of the “Federal Information Systems Safeguard Act.”

The bill allows agency heads to bypass federal rules requiring them to consult with unions about workplace matters in order “to limit, restrict, or prohibit access to any website the head of the agency determines to present a current or future security weakness.”

The Senate bill’s language is less expansive than that included in a similar bill passed out of a key House committee earlier this year. The House version, which would allow agency heads to "take any action" necessary to remediate security vulnerabilities, came under fire from Democratic members who called the bill “dangerously overbroad” and ripe for abuse by agency heads.

"No matter what you believe about blocking employee access to email, this bill goes so far beyond that it loses the point," said Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., in a statement at the time.

The Senate version did not attract the same level of opposition from Democrats in part because of an amendment, inserted by Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., the ranking Democrat on the committee, that requires agency heads -- once they’ve taken action --  to “take into consideration and seek guidance on the personal communication needs of the employees of the agency.”

Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., voted to pass the measure out of the committee but said she had concerns that she hoped would be addressed before the full Senate takes it up.

Baldwin said she agreed with the intent of the Federal Information Systems Safeguard Act but remained concerned “about the collective bargaining rights of federal employees” and wanted to ensure employees “have recourse if they disagree or have a legitimate need that does not coincide with their agency’s decision.”

The motivation for the legislation stems in part from a 2015 decision by the Federal Labor Relations Authority that found the Immigration and Customs Enforcement had erred in blocking employees’ on-the-job access to their personal email accounts without consulting with unions.

Last summer, after the Office of Personnel Management cut off access to personal email accounts -- following the massive hack of federal employee background investigation files stored at the agency -- the American Federation of Government Employees also threatened to sue the agency.

The Senate committee on Thursday also voted to advance a bipartisan bill codifying much of the Obama administration’s open data efforts.

The OPEN Government Data Act would require federal agencies to publish data online in modern, open and electronic formats.

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RESEAUX SOCIAUX : L'IRAN EXIGE LE TRANSFERT DES DONNEES SUR SES CITOYENS


Depuis plusieurs années, les autorités iraniennes tentent de contrôler les réseaux sociaux et interdisent notamment l'accès à Facebook ou Twitter.
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L'Iran exige des réseaux sociaux étrangers de lui transférer d'ici un an leurs serveurs contenant les informations des utilisateurs iraniens, a rapporté dimanche l'agence officielle Irna.

Cette décision a été prise samedi soir lors d'une réunion du Haut conseil du cyberespace, dirigé par le président, Hassan Rohani.

«Les réseaux sociaux étrangers actifs dans le pays doivent transférer en Iran toutes les bases de données concernant les citoyens iraniens» dans un délai d'un an, ont décidé les membres du Conseil.

Cette mesure vise en particulier le réseau Telegram, très populaire en Iran, où il occupe 12% de la bande passante internet.

Plus de 20 millions d'Iraniens (sur 80 millions) utilisent Telegram, surtout sur leurs téléphones intelligents. Plus de la moitié de la population utilise internet.

Le Haut conseil du cyberespace a également décidé de créer des «réseaux sociaux iraniens capables de concurrencer les réseaux étrangers».

Depuis plusieurs années, les autorités tentent de contrôler les réseaux sociaux et interdisent notamment l'accès à Facebook ou Twitter, mais cette mesure est très largement contournée grâce à l'utilisation de logiciels faciles à se procurer et peu chers.

Hassan Rohani, un religieux modéré, a régulièrement jugé inutiles ces tentatives d'interdiction ou de restriction des réseaux sociaux.

L'Iran travaille à un accès sélectif et contrôlé des réseaux sociaux. Une police de la «cybercriminalité», chargée de faire la chasse aux contenus illicites et aux blogues contestataires, a également été créée.

http://techno.lapresse.ca/nouvelles/internet/201605/30/01-4986473-reseaux-s…



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MessagePosté le: Ven 3 Juin - 06:03 (2016)    Sujet du message: DREAMS OF CONTROL: ISRAEL, GLOBAL CENSORSHIP, AND THE INTERNET Répondre en citant

DREAMS OF CONTROL: ISRAEL, GLOBAL CENSORSHIP, AND THE INTERNET

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark
Global Research, June 02, 2016

Region: Middle East & North Africa
Theme: Intelligence, Media Disinformation, Police State & Civil Rights


 
“Under the cover of darkness, there is no limit to the expansion of Big Brother.”

Ilan Gilon, Meretz Party (Israel), Times of Israel, Feb 4, 2016

While Israel’s central justification for its often reactionary policies is couched in hyper-exceptionalist rhetoric, current interest in censoring the Internet is far from exceptional.

Like a machine of justification against its critics and its enemies, Israel enlists various projects under the banner of the remarkable and precious, when it is simply accomplishing what other states have done before or since: the banal and ordinary. All states want to limit expression, control criticism and marginalise the sceptics. Some do it more savagely, and roughly, than others.

Israel’s military censor, Col. Ariella Ben Avraham, who is part of the IDF’s Directorate of Military Intelligence, gave a good example of this in February by insisting that social media activists and bloggers submit material relevant to security matters for approval prior to posting.[1] The move also revealed an increasing interest to police the digital realm, previously considered an anarchic jungle incapable of effective policing.

Up to 32 Israeli bloggers and social media activists were informed about the directive, one of the first being Yossi Gurvitz, a left-wing activist running the “Friends of George” Facebook page. In rather unceremonious fashion, he was informed via Ben Avraham’s private Facebook account that he was obligated to run future submissions by her office. To his credit, he promises to defy the order.

Internal censorship is but one aspect of this policy. Israel Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan has dipped into the discourse of censorship to convince others that limiting various social media platforms on a global scale is the way to go. In January, he revealed the inner ambition of Israel’s security establishment to internationalise the censorship effort.

To achieve that goal, Erdan speaks of an “international coalition” that would make limiting criticism of Israel its primary objective. The central aim is hardly imaginative: making such providers as YouTube, Twitter and Facebook face up to responsibility as to what they host on their sites.

The Erdan plan suggests that various countries would form a “loose coalition that would keep an eye on content and where it is being posted, and members of the coalition would work to demand that the platforms remove the content that was posted in any of their countries at the request of members.” The simple idea behind this collusion is extra-territorial cooperation, effectively circumventing the global nature of such platforms.

As for the scurrilous subject matter itself, the issues are universal fare for states keen to control matters that supposedly stimulate the darker side of human nature. (Read: contrary to state interests.) Erdan’s office gives the example of material from a Palestinian (of course) disclosing the best locations on the body to inflict fatal stab wounds.

This begs that grand question about how far such an effort goes: control the more sordidly violent sides of the Old Testament because it encourages various unsavoury practices? Limit suggestive literature being discussed in the whirl of social media, buzzing away with malicious promise? The mind is an untidy place filled with remarkable things, and not all of them necessarily make it to actual perpetration. This is a point that continues to elude the mighty warriors of the security state.

Another justification is being thrown in: they, the social media giants, rake in the proceeds, and should therefore man the barricades. “We are planning to put a stop to this irresponsibility,” claimed Erdan’s office, “and we are going to do it as part of an international coalition that has had enough of this behaviour as well.”

Other governments have also done their bit to limit the internet and content available to their citizens. Most famously, Beijing runs its own “Great Firewall of China”, overseen by the Ministry of Information Industry (MII), while the State Council Information Office and the Chinese Communist Party’s Propaganda Department examine content.

In recent times, countries of a supposedly democratic character have taken to the blinds and endeavoured to do what Erdan dreams about. Dangerous thoughts are seen as the reason for dangerous actions. To that end, the country that gave Europe the Enlightenment has been busy forging its own vision of global internet censorship, using a mixture of security and privacy concerns.

The latter has proven to have potentially pernicious consequences, framed largely as an effort to protect the privacy of the French citizen. From that vantage point, a vision of global control has been built on a premise forged in European law: the right to be forgotten. The Court of Justice of the European ruling of May 13, 2014 (Google Spain v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos, Mario Costeja González) has supplied the subject matter for the latest enlargement of censorship powers.

The French response has been intrusively enthusiastic, with the privacy regulator, CNIL, fining Google 100,000 Euros in March for not applying the right to be forgotten across the global network. In the chilling words of the regulator, “For people residing in France to effectively exercise their right to be delisted, it must be applied to the entire processing operation.”[2] Erdan may well be irritated he did not come up with that one.

Dr. Binoy Kampmark was a Commonwealth Scholar at Selwyn College, Cambridge. He lectures at RMIT University, Melbourne. Email: [email protected]

Notes:

[1] http://www.timesofisrael.com/military-censor-seeks-control-over-blogs-faceb…
[2] http://www.wsj.com/articles/internet-censorship-a-la-mode-1459380903
The original source of this article is Global Research

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LA COMMISSION EUROPEENNE PROPOSE D'EXIGER L'UTILISATION D'UNE CARTE D'IDENTITE OFFICIELLE POUR SE CONNECTER AVEC CERTAINS SITES

FIN DE L'ANONYMAT POUR CERTAINS GROS SITES WEB !!! LE DEBUT DE LA SUPPRESSION DES DERNIERES LIBERTES DU WEB ! Vic.

“YouTube, Facebook et Uber seraient concernés, ainsi que d’autres plates-formes. Le vice-président pour le marché unique digital à la Commission, l’Estonien Andrus Ansip a eu cette riche idée dont une fuite a révélé l’existence. Depuis lors, les documents relatifs à un usage obligatoire accru des cartes nationales d’identité ont été mis en ligne sur le site de la Commission..../... Mme James (UPIK) estime que l’exigence de se connecter à de nombreux sites avec une carte d’identité « devrait inquiéter quiconque croit en la liberté personnelle”

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Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act
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On Wednesday, June 29, Nextgov is sitting down down with former and current federal CIOs to discuss how the role and responsibilities of a CIO have changed since FITARA was implemented eighteen months ago. From opportunities to challenges, our expert speakers will dive into the lessons learned from FITARA and the level of impact it has made across government agencies.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 30 Juin - 05:25 (2016)    Sujet du message: MSGR. VIGANO SPEAKS ON PROGRESS OF, VISION FOR VATICAN COMMUNICATIONS REFORM Répondre en citant

MSGR. VIGANO SPEAKS ON PROGRESS OF, VISION FOR VATICAN COMMUNICATIONS REFORM 

Prefect of Vatican Secretariat for Communications Reiterates ‘Vatican Radio Is No Longer a Radio Station’

June 29, 2016ZENIT Staff Uncategorized, Vatican Dicasteries/Diplomacy

 
Msgr, Vigano at Holy See Press Office - ZENIT

The Prefect of the Secretariat for Vatican Communications, Monsignor Dario Eduardo Viganò, has given a run-down of the work accomplished in the past 12 months and looks ahead to a new vision.

In an interview with Vatican Radio’s Alessandro Gisotti, one year after the publication of the “Motu Proprio” with which Pope Francis established the new Vatican Secretariat for Communication charged with reforming Vatican media, the prefect stressed that the Pope himself and Council of Cardinals is very interested in the progress of the communications’ reforms.

The media reform involves all the Vatican media outlets including the daily newspaper L’Osservatore Romano, Vatican Radio, CTV, the LEV publishing house, and the Vatican Press Office.

Discussing the progress made this year, Msgr. Viganò noted it has been an intense, but “fascinating” time that has seen some 400 people involved in over 140 meetings in an effort to understand the existing potential and to draw up new projects. He explained that some of these have resulted in investing in professional training or permitted other staff members to pursue master degrees in business administration and communications.

The Pope himself and the Council of Cardinals, the so-called ‘C9’, the prefect commented, were extremely interested in their last meeting at the beginning of June to be updated on how the reform is proceeding. He noted they spoke about the numbers, given that “the Cardinals will have to take responsibility for some of the decisions” to be made.

In the interview, Msgr. Viganò made an observation following the Secretariat’s in-depth analysis of the organizations that make up Vatican media.

“It’s like a motor that has everything and yet does not work efficiently; instead of producing energy it produces only heat and ends up overheating and stalling. Here we have a motor; we want it to function properly so that it can go fast, so that it can put on the breaks, so that it can overtake when needed,” he said.
Discussing the unification of Vatican Radio and CTV, Msgr. Viganò noted that an imminent reality will be a ‘repositioning’ and an ‘empowerment’ of the Radio’s “105 Live” local radio broadcasts because it is important for the radio dimension to remain and for people to be able to continue to listen to Vatican Radio in Italian.

However he says it will possibly feature news broadcasts in other languages as well.

“As Fr. Lombardi mentioned on the occasion of the Radio’s 80th anniversary, Vatican Radio is no longer a radio station” he said.

The different language programs, Msgr. Viganò explained, will be the ‘beating heart’, the protagonists of the ‘hub content’ of the new portal with a slew of  multi-linguistic and multi-cultural programs with text content and audio that will be offered via podcasts.

During the Q & A, the Italian monsignor stressed that there are clear indications in the Pope’s “Motu Proprio,” that place the current digital culture at the center of the reform and change the perspective into a “User first” one that challenges us.

He also highlighted that some 85% of the population use mobile devices to connect to media. The Pope’s “Motu Proprio”, he says, is “an invitation to leave behind the arrogance of a unidirectional mode of communication” and to realize that we are called to bring the message of the Gospel to men and women of today who are immersed in new media.

Regarding the technical aspects of the reform and the presentation of the new multi-media internet portal, Msgr. Viganò pointed out that “it’s all very well to have a new portal with better software, more options, etc., but the real reform takes place behind the scenes”. He described the portal as the tip of an iceberg of a system in which everything will be produced by a concerted team effort.

“We must learn to put our personal experience aside and put ourselves humbly in the position of learning because humility is the necessary way to approach the reform.”

The new portal itself will feature videos, podcasts, images, print articles and live radio, which he said will provide advantages for those who listen, watch, or read us, namely that “they will no longer be confused or ‘cannibalized’ by turning to us.”

Claiming that “we have been inexistent for the public”, he lamented that when Francis was elected Pope most people consulted Wikipedia to discover who Jorge Mario Bergoglio was and says there is much work to be done regarding web reputation and positioning.

We must become ‘the source’ for Vatican and Papal news – not the official source (that’s the Press Office) but an important source,” Msgr. Viganò said.

https://zenit.org/articles/msgr-vigano-speaks-on-progress-of-vision-for-vat…


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NEW "AMERICAN CONNECTIONS" MEDIA OUTREACH PROGRAM REPLACES LEGACY FLEET HOMETOWN NEWS PROGRAM

Story Number: NNS160714-13Release Date: 7/14/2016 2:30:00 PM

By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jamal McNeill, Navy Office of Community Outreach


150224-N-MU440-001 Norfolk, VA Feb. 24, 2015 Mass Communications Specialist Senior Chief Gary Ward, left, previews a photo with Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Rebekah Rahn, from Atlanta, as part of a fleet hometown news interview aboard the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77). George H.W. Bush is conducting training exercises in its homeport. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Lorelei Vander Griend/Released)

MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) -- The Navy recently announced the American Connections Media Outreach Program, a new and innovative means to share news and information about its Sailors, ships and the Navy's mission with Americans across the country.

The program, announced via NAVADMIN 148/16, modernizes and replaces the Navy's legacy Fleet Hometown News (FHTN) program. It was established to share the Navy story in media across the country serving markets which generally do not generally receive Navy news and information.

The program leverages Sailors' local connections to communities across America -- hometown, location of high school or college attended, a family member's hometown, etc. -- as well as the relationships that exist between Navy units and their namesake cities and states, to ensure Americans throughout the country understand their Navy, its mission and its contribution to national security.

The program is managed by the Navy Office of Community Outreach (NAVCO), whose mission is to inform, educate and increase understanding of the Navy, its people, and its importance to national security and prosperity.

Along with providing a better understanding about the Navy to Americans, the program also helps maintain the relationships that exist between Navy units and their namesake cities and states, while making a positive impact on the morale of participating Sailors and namesake units.

The American Connections Media Outreach Program has three primary components.

The first, NAVCO's Fleet Content Sharing Service, ensures that thousands of high-quality stories and photos produced for official Navy outlets each year are shared with civilian media. NAVCO has a team of specialists which searches dozens of Navy websites and other products, finds stories and photos, identifies local connections or namesake ties, and distributes them to media across the country.

Under this component, a story about a Sailor of the Year from Des Moines, Iowa, found on www.navy.mil could be shared with more than 100 media outlets in the Des Moines market; a story about USS Alabama (SSBN 731) completing a patrol, which appeared on the Commander, Submarine Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet web site could be shared with thousands of media across the entire state. The key, NAVCO officials say, is the identification of local ties such as a hometown, in all stories and photo captions submitted to official Navy media outlets.

While NAVCO reviews photos and stories shared with navy.mil, DVIDS (http://www.dvidshub.net/)and many other sources, commands are also encouraged to include navyoutreach@navy.mil when distributing photos and stories.

"It is great to hear and see the photos I take end up around the country," said USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) Seaman Jamaal Liddell, from Jacksonville, Florida. "It is even better to let the person in the photo know that their parents got to see their photo because the local media was able to get their hands on the photo through the NAVCO program."

Under the second component, Media Production Visits, NAVCO deploys small production teams to commands to produce feature stories and accompanying photos on assigned Sailors. The stories are provided to the local media outlets where Sailors have local connections and posted on the NAVCO's media outreach blog (http://www.navyoutreach.blogspot.com/). The blog makes it easy for Sailors to share their stories using their own social media networks. NAVCO also provides each participating command with detailed media feedback reports with links to all coverage.

"The team that NAVCO sent to do feature stories here in Sasebo was great," said Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class James Hunt, from Puyallup, Washington. "As a mass communication specialist, I am the one usually on the other side of the story. It was great to have the opportunity to share my story and show what I do in the Navy with family and friends back home."

The third component is NAVCO's Media Advisory Service, which preserves a popular capability from the legacy FHTN program, allowing Sailors to receive recognition in local media when they receive awards, earn qualifications, retire, reenlist, get promoted or reach other career milestones.

Since its inception, the American Connections Media Outreach Program has shared more than 12,000 stories, photos and other products with media across the United States, reaching more than 250 million Americans, according to NAVCO officials.

For more information about NAVCO and the American Connections Media Outreach Program visit http://www.outreach.navy.mil/ or e-mail navyoutreach@navy.mil.

NAVADMIN 148/16 is available at http://www.npc.navy.mil/ under the Reference Library tab.

For more information, visit http://www.navy.mil, http://www.facebook.com/usnavy, or http://www.twitter.com/usnavy.


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MessagePosté le: Sam 16 Juil - 04:23 (2016)    Sujet du message: ALLEMAGNE : VASTE OPERATION POLICIERE CONTRE DES AUTEURS DE MESSAGES « HAINEUX » SUR INTERNET, 60 INTERPELLATIONS Répondre en citant

ALLEMAGNE : VASTE OPERATION POLICIERE CONTRE DES AUTEURS DE MESSAGES « HAINEUX » SUR INTERNET, 60 INTERPELLATIONS




Article publié le 15.07.2016

60 interpellations, simultanément, dans 14 Länder. L’Allemagne ne lésine pas sur les moyens lorsqu’il s’agit de lutter contre la publication de messages à caractère haineux sur Internet.

Ce vaste coup de filet a été annoncé par l’Office fédéral de police criminelle dans un communiqué de presse, relayé par Le Monde. Au moins 40 personnes vont faire l’objet d’une procédure judiciaire.

La police allemande a expliqué avoir tout particulièrement ciblé des messages à caractère nazi, xénophobe et antisémites, postés sur un groupe Facebook privé entre juillet et novembre 2015.[...]

L’Express

[...] « L’action menée aujourd’hui montre que les autorités agissent fermement contre la haine sur Internet, qui a considérablement augmenté dans le sillage de la situation des réfugiés. Les attaques sur les réfugiés sont souvent le résultat de la radicalisation, qui commence sur les réseaux sociaux. Ces propos ne doivent pas empoisonner le climat social » s’est félicité le chef du BKA, Holger Münch.

Depuis plusieurs mois, les autorités allemandes – et la presse – mettent la pression sur les grandes entreprises du Net pour lutter contre les contenus illégaux, et plus spécifiquement les messages racistes, et tentent de juguler leur augmentation. En décembre, des géants du Web, dont Facebook, s’étaient engagés à examiner et à supprimer dans un délai de vingt-quatre heures les commentaires haineux.

Le Monde

http://lesobservateurs.ch/2016/07/15/allemagne-vaste-operation-policiere-contre-auteurs-de-messages-haineux-internet-60-interpellations/


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MessagePosté le: Sam 16 Juil - 04:28 (2016)    Sujet du message: DISCOURS HAINEUX : ACCUSE D'AVOIR MENACE JUSTIN TRUDEAU Répondre en citant

DISCOURS HAINEUX : ACCUSE D'AVOIR MENACE JUSTIN TRUDEAU


Photo Agence QMI, MATTHEW USHERWOOD


Michael Nguyen

Lundi, 4 juillet 2016 18:38 MISE à JOUR Lundi, 4 juillet 2016 18:38

Un Montréalais fera face à la justice pour des propos haineux contre l’islam et contre Justin Trudeau, qu’il aurait tenus pendant des semaines sur internet.


Jacques Roy, un résident de Verdun âgé de 47 ans, a comparu samedi dernier pour répondre à des accusations d’incitation à la haine, ainsi que de harcèlement et de menaces envers Justin Trudeau.

«Une enquête a démarré le 26 mars lorsqu’un citoyen nous a contactés pour des propos haineux», a expliqué le constable Jean-Pierre Brabant, sans toutefois dévoiler le nom de l’accusé.

C’est là que les policiers auraient découvert le profil Facebook, qui utilisait le réseau social pour parler des Syriens, des musulmans et de l’islam en général.

Et dans certains messages, il visait personnellement le premier ministre du Canada Justin Trudeau en disant qu’il était «comme eux»,

selon nos informations.

Retrouvé

Roy a toutefois été rapidement retrouvé par les autorités.

Selon le mandat d’arrestation rendu public hier au palais de justice de Montréal, les infractions se sont déroulées en février et mars dernier, mais ce n’est que le 16 juin que les accusations ont été déposées.

Roy s’est ensuite rendu de lui-même à la police jeudi dernier, la veille de la fête du Canada.

Il a toutefois été libéré sous caution et il reviendra en cour en octobre pour la suite des procédures.

Dans les cas de menaces et de harcèlement, les accusés se voient en général interdire de communiquer ou même d’approcher les victimes alléguées.

S’il est reconnu coupable, Roy risque un maximum de 10 ans de pénitencier.

L’accusé n’en est pas à ses premiers démêlés avec la justice.

En 2013, il avait écopé d’un sursis de peine pour entrave à un agent de la paix. Deux ans plus tôt, il avait obtenu l’absolution dans une affaire de drogue.

Roy n’est pas la première personne accusée au criminel pour des propos tenus sur internet.

Les corps policiers rappellent d’ailleurs régulièrement que les réseaux sociaux sont surveil­lés et que se cacher derrière un écran ne protège pas contre des accusations.

http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/07/04/discours-haineux-accuse-davoir-…


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VIDE ADM. TIGHE TAKES CHARGE OF INFORMATION WARFARE AND NAVAL INTELLIGENCE

Story Number: NNS160715-23Release Date: 7/15/2016 2:49:00 PM

From Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare Public Affairs


140418-N-IV546-003 WASHINGTON (July 15, 2016) Official photo of Vice Admiral Jan Tighe, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare/Director of Naval Intelligence. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Vice Adm. Jan Tighe assumed the duties of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (DCNO) for Information Warfare (N2N6) and Director of Naval Intelligence (DNI) July 15 at the Pentagon.

Tighe succeeded Vice Adm. Ted N. "Twig" Branch, who has submitted his retirement request following a 37-year Naval career. Branch assumed office as the DCNO for Information Warfare/DNI in July 2013. He also served as lead for the Navy's Information Warfare (IW) Community, which brings together the people and capabilities of the Navy's Communications, Networks, Intelligence, Oceanography, Meteorology, Cryptology, Electronic Warfare, Cyberspace Operations and Space areas to the fight. He also served as the Navy's Chief Information Officer and as the Director of Navy Cybersecurity. He was the 65th DNI.

"Information has been elevated to its own warfare domain, analogous to undersea, surface, air and space. If we don't get it right in the Information Domain, what we do in the other domains doesn't matter because the battle is likely to be lost before it ever gets joined," said Branch. "It has been a distinct honor to lead the civilian and military professionals of the Information Warfare Community - the primary practitioners of the IW mission - as they chart the course for the Navy in facing the challenges of warfare in the Information Age."

Branch is a native of Long Beach, Mississippi. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and later earned a master's degree in international relations from the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. A naval aviator, he's had operational command at the squadron, ship, aircraft carrier, and Strike Group levels. He's flown A-7s and F/A-18s in combat, completed Navy Nuclear Power Training, and commanded USS Nimitz on an Arabian Gulf combat cruise. As Carl Vinson Strike Group commander, he led initial Navy/Marine Corps relief efforts following the Haiti earthquake. His previous assignment was as Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic Fleet.

Prior to assuming the mantle of DCNO/DNI, Tighe was the Commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command and Commander, U.S. 10th Fleet. She was born in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and raised in Plantation, Florida. Tighe is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and was commissioned as an ensign (special duty cryptology) in 1984. She attended the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California, where she studied Russian. She also attended the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey and in 2001 was awarded a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and a M.S. in Applied Mathematics.

As a flag officer, Tighe served as U.S. Cyber Command Deputy J3; N2N6 director, Decision Superiority; Naval Postgraduate School interim president; and deputy commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command / U.S. 10th Fleet.

Tighe wears both the Information Warfare pin and Naval Aviation Observer wings, earned while deployed as an airborne special evaluator aboard VQ-1 EP-3E aircraft in the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Shield/Storm. She is also a member of the Acquisition Professionals Community and holds a Level III Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification in Program Management.

"It is an honor and a privilege for me to assume this responsibility," said Tighe. "I look forward to leading the N2N6 and Naval Intelligence teams, as well as the Information Warfare Community, as we provide the capabilities needed to defend our great nation in the 21st Century."

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CATHOLIC MEDIA CONTROL

TO THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS AND THEIR FRIENDS


Help support New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible and more — all for only $19.99...

In taking under our auspices a special edition of THE CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA, we are actuated by the motive which originally inspired the production of this work.

From the start, as the Preface to Volume I declares, it was determined that this encyclopedia should not be exclusively a Church publication, containing only matters of special interest to the clergy. It is intended for the layman as well as for the priest; and, consequently, it contains all that he needs to know, treated from his point of view.

The Editor-in-Chief and the Managing Editor are laymen, as were fully 500 of the contributors, and 150 editorial assistants. With them the clerical editors and contributors have co-operated in full appreciation of the importance of producing a work which in content and style would satisfy the scholar in his study and yet interest the man in the street.

For this Encyclopedia is designed to be the starting-point of a movement among Catholics, a great educational movement in every Catholic home in the land, the source of a literature that will once more as in the days before the Reformation employ the English tongue in the cause of Catholic truth. It is verily an educational and literary crusade, and as such it must appeal strongly to every member of an Order whose members, in the words of Archbishop Ireland, "aim to be the trusted auxiliaries of the Church, her organized chivalry, ever first and foremost when her call is heard, or her banner leads".

We have but lately completed our achievement of providing for the Catholic University of America the half million dollar scholarship foundation which is to enable Catholic young men from every part of the land to take advantage of the educational facilities of that great institution.

Here is an offer which brings all the advantages that The Catholic University can at present afford and more right into our own homes. THE CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA is a veritable Catholic Home University. It has been truly styled "a university in print". Few, if any, of our membership, are in a position to take advantage of the Catholic University foundation; scarcely one is unable to avail himself of an offer, which brings to every Catholic home the best the University can give.

As if divining that the Knights of Columbus would take on themselves the task of giving the widest possible circulation to THE CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA, His Grace, Archbishop Ireland, discoursing on "The Typical Catholic Layman of America", before the Supreme Council of the Order lately assembled in St. Paul, recommended the work in the following eloquent terms:
"An intelligent laity is the prime need of the Church today, in America. The battle is opened. It is a flood of contradiction, of misrepresentation, of calumnies.

History is perverted; Catholic discipline is travestied. When the Church, as seen daily, cannot with be assailed, the appeal is to centuries of long ago, more unfamiliar to the reader — to remote lands whence no contradiction may come. The remedy is intelligence of all important matters concerning the Church at home and abroad, intelligence that Catholics be guarded from poisonous inoculation, and be, at the same time, in a position to influence public opinion in favor of truth and justice. The most ready arm is the press: hence the duty of the hour is to give generous support to the Catholic newspaper, to read it, to distribute it, supplementing it, as occasion permits, with magazine and book. One book, the summary of thousands, I especially recommend, THE CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA".

JAMES A. FLAHERTY,
JOSEPH C. PELLETIER,
WILLIAM J. MCGINLEY,
Catholic Truth Committee of the Knights of Columbus.

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OBAMA ESTABLISHES CYBERATTACK RESPONSE CHAIN OF COMMAND

 
President Barack Obama speaks at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va. // Evan Vucci/AP

By Aliya Sternstein 2:34 PM ET
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The White House has placed the Justice Department squarely in charge of responding to cyberthreats against the United States, under a presidential directive issued Tuesday.

At the same time, the Homeland Security Department will immediately help agencies and companies, if requested, stanch the bleeding from a hacker assault on networks, or "assets,” President Barack Obama said.

For years, there has been confusion in the private sector and internally among agencies about who's in charge when hackers hit the homeland.

Justice will take the lead in "threat response" or investigating a system attack on site, identifying the perpetrator and breaking up attack operations because foreign adversaries often are involved. 

"In view of the fact that significant cyberincidents will often involve at least the possibility of a nation-state actor or have some other national security nexus, the Department of Justice, acting through the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, shall be the federal lead agency for threat response activities," the directive states.

The latest data breach pinned on a foreign country, this time Russia, leaked Democratic National Committee emails in what some foreign policy experts say was a ploy to influence the presidential elections or the next administration's policies.

"This presidential policy directive sets forth principles governing the federal government’s response to any cyber incident, whether involving government or private sector entities," Obama says in the rules signed July 26.

In a Tuesday statement, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson acknowledged: "I am often asked 'who’s responsible within the federal government for cybersecurity? Who in the government do I contact in the event of a cyberincident?'”

Now, the so-called U.S. Cyber Incident Coordination presidential directive "clarifies the answer to these questions,” Johnson added.

DHS’ role is providing technological help and figuring out other organizations that might be at risk, among other things.

Johnson explained asset response "involves helping the victim find the bad actor on its system, repair its system, patching the vulnerability, reducing the risks of future incidents, and preventing the incident from spreading to others."

In addition, DHS and Justice will produce "a fact sheet" with instructions on how private individuals and organizations can contact relevant agencies about a hack attack.

The director of national intelligence's job will be to assist in aggregating analysis of threat trends, along with helping "to degrade or mitigate adversary threat capabilities."

The military will be responsible for dealing with threats against its own Department of Defense Information Network. Likewise, the DNI will handle incidents that impact the intelligence community IT environment.

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Whichever federal agency first learns of a cyberincident "will rapidly notify other relevant federal agencies in order to facilitate a unified federal response and ensure that the right combination of agencies responds to a particular incident," the directive says.

Obama expects DHS to write, within the first month of the next administration, what he is calling a "National Cyber Incident Response Plan" that addresses attacks against private-sector networks.

Within 180 days, Homeland Security must submit the critical infrastructure risk plan to the president, which at that point would be either GOP nominee Donald Trump or presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Tuesday's directive follows Obama's grand Cybersecurity National Action Plan, a strategy released in February along with a congressional request for $19 billion in information security funding.

The new dictate does not override current agency cyber laws, like the Federal Information Security Modernization Act, according to an accompanying annex.

If an incident equates to a "major incident" under FISMA, it counts as a "significant cyberincident" in the language of the new directive and would be managed accordingly. (A significant cyberincident is an episode likely to harm national security, foreign relations or the U.S. economy, or endanger Americans' public confidence, civil liberties or safety.)

In the final months of the administration, federal agencies will have to develop a series of new policies for executing Tuesday’s directive.

Within 180 days, DHS and Justice must finish a concept of operations for a rapid response team, or what the administration terms a "Cyber Unified Coordination Group."

During an incident, the group will act as "the primary method for coordinating between and among federal agencies in response to a significant cyberincident," as well as for looping in the private sector as appropriate, the directive says.

A cyber group will be propped up when hackers hit critical infrastructure operators so hard the effects could be catastrophic, according to the policy.

Earlier today, Lisa Monaco, assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism, explained how the amount of government aid supplied to industry will be based on the risks posed by the hacker threat.

"For instance, what is the impact? How might it affect our national security or economy? Does it threaten the life or liberties of the American people? It also says that the government will appropriately safeguard the privacy, civil liberties, and information of those affected. It commits to unifying the government’s response across agencies. And it emphasizes that our response will be focused on helping victims of cyber incidents recover quickly," she said at the International Conference on Cybersecurity in New York.

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 28 Juil - 04:55 (2016)    Sujet du message: SHOULD SECRET SERVICE PROTECT EMAILS OF FUTURE PRESIDENTS? / FULL VIDEO : FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY TESTIFIES ON HILLARY CLINTON EMAILS AT HOUSE OVERSIGHT Répondre en citant

SHOULD SECRET SERVICE PROTECT EMAILS OF FUTURE PRESIDENTS?

It won't change anything. Check the protection that Hillary Clinton receive. These peoples or so call peoples are all well protect by the nazi system.

FULL VIDEO : FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY TESTIFIES ON HILLARY CLINTON EMAILS AT HOUSE OVERSIGHT



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By Aliya Sternstein 5:56 PM ET
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Maybe it's time the Secret Service starts cracking down on the computer security of presidential candidates, in addition to their physical security, some private cyber investigators say, after a leak of Democratic party files right before the nomination of Hillary Clinton for president.

On Wednesday, President Barack Obama intimated Russians hacked into the Democratic National Committee’s correspondence to influence the political process.
"When you are running for president up and through [Republican National Committee] and DNC conventions, there are a lot of physical protections put in place for the potential president, however, on the cyber side we have not caught up in that world yet," Tony Cole, global government chief technology officer for cyber forensics firm FireEye, told Nextgov.

Last month, FireEye corroborated a report by DNC contractor CrowdStrike that Russian intelligence groups cracked the DNC network. Cole said could not comment on whether FireEye is assisting in the investigation or its clients.

The major threat actors this election, however, definitely are nation states with political agendas, Cole said.

"With world events taking place today, I would say probably Russia is the biggest concern in that area, in my opinion," he said. "We are not aware that North Korea is a player in this area, trying to impact policy." Cole also said some Middle Eastern countries and China also would have the capabilities to spy on politically sensitive data.
Potentially, attackers can manipulate data in a way that can physically hurt a candidate, Cole said.

Maybe a hacker "actually goes after a candidate, whoever their doctor is and changes their blood type" in the patient records system, he said.

Right now, until there is some type of specific intrusion, like the alleged DNC hack, there is not much the government specifically does to help prevent hack attacks against presidential nominees, Cole said.

The Secret Service, in most situations, "does not secure the computer systems" of political organizations, nor does it "secure the computer systems of individuals, to include protectees," like major presidential candidates, according to a legal summary the Secret Service provided Nextgov.

That said, Secret Service spokeswoman Nicole Mainor relayed in an email that the agency "plays a significant law enforcement role in ensuring that candidates are aware of a range of vulnerabilities – ranging from physical protection to cybersecurity."

She added, "The Secret Service continues to work vigorously with our local, state and federal partners to prevent and detect cyberthreats against the homeland, to include those against presidential candidates and their campaigns.”

The laws and policies for safeguarding presidential nominees have not kept pace with the internet age Americans live in, Cole said.

One of the gravest security breaches for prospective presidents, in the cyber realm, would be a compromise of correspondence about intelligence briefings the nominees are or soon will be receiving, he said.

"Being able to steal their email is a critical concern, and obviously, the DNC hack that took place, if valid, that is a major concern," Cole added.

The Secret Service backed by the National Security Agency should be charged with the digital protection of presidential nominees, he said.

The FBI has issued a statement on the Democratic party cyber incident, stating, "The FBI is investigating a cyber intrusion involving the DNC and is working to determine the nature and scope of the matter."

This is not the first time hackers have messed with electronic communications of major political candidates.

A college student in 2008 hijacked then-vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's personal Yahoo mailbox reportedly to find content that could undermine her campaign.

According to federal prosecutors, David C. Kernell reset Palin's account password by accurately guessing the answers to her security questions, read her messages and then posted online screenshots of the emails.

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus told MSNBC on Monday perhaps the RNC is better at securing its email and data than the opposition.
“We haven't been hacked," he said. "And we don't expect to be. And we're monitoring it every day."

Meantime, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump seems all for Russia continuing to disclose the confidential messages of his rival Clinton, the former secretary of state.

“Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing, I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press,” Trump said during a press conference Wednesday, referencing missing emails Clinton had been storing on a private server while in office.

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FBI DIRECTOR : TIME TO DISCUS ENCRYPTION BEFORE 'SOMETHING TERRIBLE HAPPENS'

You can be sure that something big will come soon, and now you know by who but will be able to accuse anyone else except them.



FBI Director James Comey testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. // J. Scott Applewhite/AP

By Frank Konkel July 28, 2016
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Encryption took center stage across the country in early 2016 when tech giant Apple refused to comply with the FBI’s request to crack the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.

The issue took a back seat after the FBI paid hackers to do the job for the agency, but the security and privacy issues around encryption are far from resolved.

On Tuesday, FBI Director James Comey, speaking at the International Conference on Cyber Security in New York, warned the tech industry and federal government need to find common ground on encryption before “something terrible happens.”

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"At some point, encryption is going to figure into a major event in this country," Comey said. "We've got to have this conversation before that happens because, after that, the time for thoughtful reflection will be significantly reduced."

With Congress on extended break through September and the November presidential election dominating current events, Comey said it’s unlikely real progress on the encryption debate will occur until 2017 when a new administration takes charge.


In the meantime, the FBI will continue compiling information around numerous ongoing investigations that remain in flux due to encrypted phones. Comey said the FBI is unable to crack some 500 smartphones it confiscated from October 2015 to March 2016.

Common ground may be hard to find. President Barack Obama had hinted he might support law enforcement’s arguments in the Apple’s battle with the FBI, while 32 tech companies stepped up to show support for Apple and the privacy rights of Americans. And Congress? Its opinions are all over the map, too.

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SOCIAL NETWORKS LAUNCH CAMPAIGN AGAINST EXTREMIST PROPAGANDA


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Social networking firms have been looking at how to use online advertising to dissuade youths from joining Islamist and other radical groups, with findings due to be published in a Monday report.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The report by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue will wrap up what Google’s think tank Alphabet has learned, with the help of Facebook and Twitter, during weeks of experiments on the topic, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The study will show what kinds of messages can best reach teenagers and young adults who are at risk of becoming radicalized by Daesh terror group and right-wing movements like white supremacists.

The experiments involved around half a million of social network users in the United States, Britain and Pakistan. For instance, those who posted content with terms like "sharia" received pop-up animated videos on their feeds explaining what was wrong about extremist ideology. According to the US outlet, the campaign has been mounted after attempts to quickly remove extremist propaganda content from social networks failed to produce a result, with extremists being even faster at creating new accounts and spreading their propaganda to new services.

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LES AUTORITES SAOUDIENNES ONT BLOQUE LE SITE FARSNEWS

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Les autorités sécuritaires saoudiennes ont bloqué vendredi le site d'informations iranien Farsnews sur le réseau internet de l'Arabie-saoudite, a rapporté Farsnews.

En effet, dés que l'on tente d'accéder au site Farsnews,  l'internaute est averti que le site en question a été  bloqué pour avoir enfreint les règlements et les lois du ministère saoudien de la Culture et de l'information .

Ce n'est pas la première fois que les autorités  saoudiennes bloquent le site Farsnews  sous de faux prétextes.

 
La surveillance et la censure dans le Royaume wahhabite: une atteinte flagrante à la liberté d'expression

Il faut rappeler que  depuis les soulèvements populaires dans les pays arabes en 2011,  la  surveillance et la censure dans le Royaume wahhabite, se sont intensifiées réduisant à une peau de chagrin le seul espace de liberté pour les opinions et informations non officielles.

A titre d'exemple,  la plateforme de vidéos YouTube a été bloqué en décembre 2013 . Six mois plus tôt, l’accès au service Viber avait été coupé.

A Riyad, les principaux Ennemis d’Internet sont la Commission en charge des communications et des technologies de l’information et l’Unité des services d’Internet. Loin de s’en cacher, elles assument leur choix de censure et revendiquent le blocage d’environ 400 000 sites.

Depuis octobre 2006, la Commission des communications et des technologies de l’information (Communications and Information Technology Commission, CITC) est chargée de la régulation et du criblage d’Internet dans le pays. Des milliers de sites sont ainsi censurés.

Fin 2013, un article publié dans le quotidien de référence Al-Hayat (installé à Londres) annonce que l’Autorité des médias audiovisuels va créer un nouvel organe de censure, chargé de surveiller et de censurer le contenu vidéo de certains sites Internet, notamment sur YouTube. Autre disposition dans l’air : les Saoudiens souhaitant partager des vidéos sur Internet devraient obtenir au préalable une autorisation de ce nouvel organe et se plier aux termes et conditions de la production de contenus. Seules les utilisations de YouTube qui « conviennent à la culture, aux valeurs et traditions » saoudiennes seraient autorisées. Il n’a pas été précisé si la censure portait sur les vidéos postées depuis l’Arabie Saoudite ou sur l’ensemble du contenu de YouTube. Le Président de l’Autorité a critiqué l’article, mais il n’a pas pour autant démenti l’information…

Pour verrouiller le tout, la société gouvernementale Saudi Telecom Company (STC) a longtemps été le seul opérateur de télécommunications du pays (mobile et Internet), avant que le marché ne s’ouvre. Mais les sociétés privées bénéficient toutes de licences de la STC. Sans parler de la surveillance des cybercafés, qui doivent être équipés de caméras cachées et tenir le registre précis de leurs clients en relevant leur identité.

Le nombre de sites d’information interdits en hausse
 
Parmi les sites d’information interdits : celui de l’Arab Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), les sites gulfissues.net, saudiinstitute.org, saudiaffairs.net, etc. Le site de l’ONG Amnesty International a été bloqué  après avoir rendu public un projet de loi antiterroriste destiné à réprimer plus durement les critiques de la famille royale. D’autres sites ont été bloqués en réaction aux révolutions arabes.

Les forums et les réseaux sociaux font également l’objet d’une surveillance renforcée. Les sites participatifs sont tout particulièrement visés. newarabia.org, un forum de discussions politiques, est inaccessible dans le pays. La plateforme blogger.com, initialement bloquée dans son intégralité, fait désormais l’objet d’une censure ciblée de son contenu.

En juin 2013, la CITC avait annoncé avoir coupé l’accès au service Viber – qui permet d’effectuer gratuitement des appels téléphoniques – pour ses « manquements aux règlements saoudiens ».  La volonté des autorités de s’en prendre à YouTube en décembre dernier intervient après le succès de la campagne de mobilisation pour le droit des femmes à conduire en Arabie Saoudite  et la fameuse parodie de la chanson de Bob Marley No women no drive par l’humoriste Hisham Fageeh.

En février 2014, l’ONG de défense des droits de l’homme ANHRI a rapporté la fermeture d’une dizaine de sites Internet « opposés aux valeurs du régime saoudien », ainsi que celle de 41 sites Internet, au motif qu’ils n’avaient pas respecté la législation relative aux médias électroniques.
Prison et coups de fouet

Détentions et procés arbitraires des blogueurs et des journalistes
 
Les blogueurs qui osent aborder des sujets sensibles s’exposent aux représailles. Le 29 juillet 2013, la Cour criminelle de Jeddah a ainsi condamné Raef Badawi à sept ans de prison ferme et 600 coups de fouets. Fondateur du site Internet de débat social et politique Libéraux saoudiens (censuré depuis), Raef Badawi a été arrêté le 17 juin 2012 et détenu à la prison de Briman à Jeddah. Il est accusé d’avoir « créé et modéré un site Internet diffusant des propos qui offensent la religion, les figures religieuses officielles, dont la Commission pour la promotion de la vertu et la prévention du vice, et d’avoir enfreint les règles fondamentales de la sharia ». Le juge Al-harbi a rallongé la peine initiale de trois mois pour « désobéissance parentale».

Le 27 octobre 2013, Tariq Al-Moubarak, chroniqueur pour Asharq al-Awsat, quotidien saoudien basé lui aussi à Londres, a été arrêté après la publication de plusieurs de ses articles sur des sujets sensibles en Arabie Saoudite. Dans l’un d’eux, paru dans la version papier du journal le 6 octobre et intitulé « Il est temps de changer la place de la femme dans le monde arabe », il critiquait entre autres choses l’interdiction de conduire imposée aux femmes de son pays. Dans un autre article publié le 26 octobre, «Quand la mafia menace… », il dénonçait la terreur qui règne dans les sociétés arabes et empêche les individus de jouir pleinement de leurs libertés fondamentales. Il a été relâché huit jours plus tard.

 Fin octobre 2013, Waleed Abu Al-Khair, avocat et défenseur des droits de l’homme – il est notamment l’avocat de Raef Badawi -, a été condamné à trois mois de prison ferme pour avoir signé, en 2011, une pétition critiquant les lourdes peines infligées à seize réformateurs saoudiens.


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MessagePosté le: Dim 7 Aoû - 03:34 (2016)    Sujet du message: LA PRESSE CENSURE DESORMAIS LE NOM ET LA PHOTO DES TERRORISTES Répondre en citant

LA PRESSE CENSURE DESORMAIS LE NOM ET LA PHOTO DES TERRORISTES
 
 Il y a 1 semaine, le jeudi 28 juillet 2016

Virginie Vota

Mardi 26 juillet, Europe 1, BFM TV et les chaînes de France Médias Monde (RFI, France 24 et Monte Carlo Doualiya) ont décidé de ne plus diffuser les photographies ainsi que les noms des terroristes. Le Monde et La Croix viennent de leur emboîter le pas. Les auteurs d’attentats deviendront-ils bientôt des « nonêtres » ? Ce terme de novlangue orwellien désigne, dans le roman 1984, ceux dont on effaçait l’existence jusque dans les archives des journaux : « Celui qui a le contrôle du passé, disait le slogan du Parti, a le contrôle du futur. Celui qui a le contrôle du présent a le contrôle du passé. »

La presse utilisait déjà un vocabulaire inapproprié pour décrire les islamistes. Selon le dictionnaire, un « forcené » est un individu « qu’un accès de folie, une forte émotion rend, a rendu très violent ». Au hasard de leurs sautes d’humeur, en somme, ces barbares massacrent des centaines de Français avec un raffinement particulier.

De même manière que le parti de fiction, l’ANGSOC, a fini par déclarer que « deux et deux font cinq », nos bien-pensants nous assureront qu’il n’y a plus d’attentats, que « ça va mieux ». Quelle sensation de malaise donne cette impression d’évoluer dans une dimension parallèle ! Quelle dépossession de notre propre pays, dont les élus ne veulent pas assurer la sécurité !

La gauche, déjà connue pour ses dénis pathologiques de réalité, a-t-elle fait pire ? Face à la nouvelle, le lectorat du Monde se réjouit et pousse des soupirs de soulagement. Cachez cette vérité que je ne saurais voir : cette indécente célébrité posthume pourrait inspirer d’autres « forcenés » à chercher leur part de gloire ; il est « fatiguant » de trouver ces noms et ces visages synonymes d’horreur à répétition, oublions-les un peu…

D’ailleurs, le dernier article publié sur Adel Kermiche, se targuant d’expliquer « pourquoi l’un des auteurs de l’attentat avait été remis en liberté », prend des allures de plaidoirie : l’auteur insiste sur le « parcours chaotique » d’un « jeune homme » qui rêvait de devenir « aide médico-psychologique » et se décrivait comme « un musulman basé sur les valeurs de miséricorde, de bienveillance ». Assigné à résidence chez ses parents avec un bracelet électronique, il bénéficiait d’une permission de sortie le mardi matin pour sa « prise en charge psychologique »

La suite de l’histoire, nous la connaissons. Une phrase que les Français sont condamnés à conjuguer à tous les temps, si ce gouvernement se maintient encore au pouvoir.
Trump déclarait, mercredi, que « la France n’est plus la France ». Il a bien raison : la République des Lumières précipite notre pays dans le chaos.

Dernière bouffée d’oxygène dans cette société suffocante : les réseaux sociaux et les médias indépendants tels que Boulevard Voltaire et Fdesouche, qui résistent en diffusant envers et contre tous la vérité. Notre soutien leur est plus que jamais nécessaire !

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MessagePosté le: Lun 8 Aoû - 16:45 (2016)    Sujet du message: DOD IG TO PROBE SECURITY OF ARMY PATIENT RECORDS Répondre en citant

DOD IG TO PROBE SECURITY OF ARMY PATIENT RECORDS 
 

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By Aliya Sternstein August 4, 2016
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The Pentagon inspector general on Thursday announced plans to audit, starting this month, the security of Army digital patient files.

The probe comes at a time when government and private hospitals are up against employees who inadvertently compromise health care records and bad guys who extort money in exchange for leaving health data unharmed, among other computer threats.

"Our objective is to determine whether the Army designed and implemented effective security protocols to protect electronic health records and individually identifiable health information from unauthorized access and disclosure," Carol Gorman, assistant inspector general for readiness and cyber operations, said in a memo.
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This inspection will be the first in a series of reviews of security controls for military electronic patient records and personal health information, she says. 
Computer systems will be reviewed at the U.S. Army Medical Command; the enhanced Multi-Service Market led by the Army in the Puget Sound region; the Army medical center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; and one Army hospital and clinic each at Fort Carson, Colorado.

During the audit, examiners may identify other locations they want to review, Gorman said.

Military health care IT is a high-risk, high-reward industry in a field where lives are at stake, according to recent developments.

The Pentagon last summer awarded Leidos and partners a $9 billion contract to build a next-generation electronic health records system. The setup was expected to be running at initial operating capability by December, but the DOD inspector general this spring signaled the system might miss that deadline.

More recently, on July 14, the Defense Health Agency awarded EHR Total Solutions a potential $70 million contract for workflow assistance at military treatment facilities that use "tri-service" electronic health record systems. The five-year deal would support the Army, Navy and Air Force.

Now, hackers are even trying to make money off patient file systems, by freezing the computer tools until the medical provider pays a ransom. Earlier this year, crooks reportedly held electronic records at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital hostage for two weeks, before the health care center surrendered $17,000 in bitcoin, a digital currency.

So far, the Homeland Security Department isn't aware of any situations where federal agencies paid hackers to remove ransomware from a government system.

Hardly a week goes by without news of a patient data breach, according to updates on Databreaches.net. For instance, a former Veterans Affairs Department nurse in Florida was sentenced to five years in prison for manipulating a veteran's health care records to cover up deficient care, U.S. officials announced in March.

An internal investigation at the VA Medical Center Miami revealed Enrique Martinez Mathews altered the data while the patient recovered in a surgical intensive care unit.

"The defendant’s actions caused appropriate medical treatment to be withheld from the veteran, who later passed away," Justice Department officials said in a statement. The ex-VA nurse was convicted of causing damage to the computer system, among other things.

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VIDEO : HIGHLIGHTS FROM DARPA'S CYBER GRAND CHALLENGE


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After years of preparation and qualifying rounds, the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency's Cyber Grand Challenge finally reached its conclusion.

Seven teams from around the country, and the autonomous computer systems they each built, competed in a series of bug-hunting contests to win some serious cash prizes. This event was the first of its kind, and took nearly 10 hours.

So how did they do? Pretty well. One team even managed to discover an unintended vulnerability.

"Today, we saw machines patch many of the vulnerabilities that were activated in their software, within minutes, without damaging software or availability," said Mike Walker, the DARPA program manager who originally launched the challenge in 2013.

Ultimately, team ForAllSecure, a startup cybersecurity company based in California's Bay Area, and its computer system Mayhem took home the grand prize of $2 million.
To learn more, check out the highlights of the event from DARPA below:

By Caitlin Fairchild August 5, 2016

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MessagePosté le: Mar 9 Aoû - 05:37 (2016)    Sujet du message: RIGHTS EXPERTS 'DEEPLY DISTUBED’ AT EROSION OF MEDIA FREEDOM IN VENEZUELA – UN HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICE / Venezuela : des experts préoccupés par la détérioration de la liberté des médias Répondre en citant

RIGHTS EXPERTS 'DEEPLY DISTUBED’ AT EROSION OF MEDIA FREEDOM IN VENEZUELA – UN HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICE

FRANCAIS : Venezuela : des experts préoccupés par la détérioration de la liberté des médias
http://www.un.org/apps/newsFr/storyF.asp?NewsID=37794#.V6lPFBJOJ8E


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4 August 2016 – The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to freedom of opinion and expression, David Kaye, and the Inter-American Special Rapporteur on freedom of expression, Edison Lanza, expressed concern at the eroding media freedom in Venezuela, citing a number of reported incidents of harassments of journalists and media groups.

“We are deeply disturbed by the recent reports of attacks against journalists and independent media groups, escalating the pressure over the Venezuelan media,” they said in a news release issued today by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).

“This is especially alarming given the country’s food and medicines shortages, economic crisis and heightened social and political tensions,” they stressed.

The experts have also sent a joint letter to the Venezuelan Government expressing their concerns and have requested clarifications.

According to the news release, the Government confirmed the receipt of the letter. The experts now hope that the response to their communication will enable a dialogue on these and other topics related to the exercise of the right to freedom of expression.

Citing recent reports, the news release also mentioned that a number of journalists have been arrested, threatened, attacked or had their work equipment retained, especially when they were reporting on looting or covering protests.

It added that radio stations, newspapers and a news website too have had to face obstacles in carrying out their work.

“Threats or attacks against journalists and the media not only violate the rights of these persons but undermine the ability of Venezuelans and others elsewhere to be informed on events of critical importance,” Mr. Kaye said, highlighting the importance of the work of the media.

Furthermore, referring to allegations that attackers were loyal to groups supportive to the Government, the experts underlined that the authorities must urgently respond to the reports of violence and intimidation.

The two rights experts stressed that law enforcement agencies have the obligation to protect journalists rather than harass them.

The experts also drew attention to recent judicial decisions, voicing concern that these greatly increase the pressure over media and restrict them from carrying out their work with independence.

On 8 June, the Supreme Court of Venezuela ordered the La Patilla and Caraota Digital news website to cease disseminating videos of a lynching through its webpage and social media.

This decision can be extended to other media in the country, the OHCHR press release noted.

“This recent Supreme Court’s decision establishes a disproportional and unreasonable restriction confronting Inter American and global standards for the right to freedom of expression,” Mr. Lanza said.

“The exercise of the right to freedom of expression cannot be subject to prior censorship,” he stressed.

The experts further said it was disturbing that a number of requests by radio stations for concession renewal remain ignored for unreasonable periods and that they were operating under expired permits.

In particular, they noted great concern at the closure of the La Barinesa radio station, on 10 June, reportedly because of its expired licence.

On this closure, Mr. Kaye said, “International standards are also clear on this matter: precisely to prevent abuses, procedures for licensing broadcasters must be reasonable, objective, clear, transparent and non-discriminatory.”

“The adoption of extreme measures such as the closure of a radio station must be grounded on very firm grounds and only used as a last resort,” Mr. Lanza pointed out.

Special Rapporteurs are appointed by the Human Rights Council to examine and report back on a specific human rights theme or a country situation. The positions are honorary and the experts are not UN staff, nor are they paid for their work.

http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=54628#.V6lKbRJOJ8E


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MALWARE LINKED TO GOVERNMENT OF KAZAKHSTAN TARGETS JOURNALISTS, POLITICAL ACTIVISTS, LAWYERS : EFF REPORT


August 4, 2016

Editors Who Exposed Corruption, Political Opponents of Authoritarian Government’s President, and Their Legal Teams Were Sent Malware

San Francisco—Journalists and political activists critical of Kazakhstan’s authoritarian government, along with their family members, lawyers, and associates, have been targets of an online phishing and malware campaign believed to be carried out on behalf of the government of Kazakhstan, according to a new report by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).

Malware was sent to Irina Petrushova and Alexander Petrushov, publishers of the independent newspaper Respublika, which was forced by the government of Kazakhstan to stop printing after years of exposing corruption but has continued to operate online. Also targeted are family members and attorneys of Mukhtar Ablyazov, co-founder and leader of opposition party Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan, as well as other prominent dissidents.

The campaign—which EFF has called “Operation Manul,” after endangered wild cats found in the grasslands of Kazakhstan—involved sending victims spearphishing emails that tried to trick them into opening documents which would covertly install surveillance software capable of recording keystrokes, recording through the webcam, and more. Some of the software used in the campaign is commercially available to anyone and sells for as little as $40 online.

Spearphishing emails and malware sent to members of the Ablyazov family while they were in exile in Italy may have helped track the whereabouts of Mukhtar Ablyazov’s wife and young daughter.  Despite having legal European resident permits, the two were taken into custody in Italy in 2013 and forcibly deported to Kazakhastan. Many targets of the malware campaign are also involved in litigation with the government of Kazakhstan, including the publishers of Respublika noted above. EFF represented Respublika in a U.S. lawsuit during the course of which the government has attempted to censor the site and discover Respublika’s confidential sources

Kazakhstan is a former Soviet republic that heavily restricts freedom of speech and assembly, and where torture is a serious problem, according to Human Rights Watch. The republic was ranked 160 out of 180 countries tracked by Reporters Without Borders for attacks on journalistic freedom and independence.

“The use of malware to spy on and intimidate dissidents beyond their borders is an increasingly common tactic employed by oppressive governments,” said Eva Galperin, Global Policy Analyst at EFF and one of the report’s authors. “As we have seen in places like Syria and Vietnam, journalists and political opposition leaders are being attacked in both the physical and digital worlds. Regimes are turning to covertly installed malware to track, harass, and silence those who seek to expose corruption and inform the public about human rights abuses—especially targets that have moved beyond the regime's sphere of control. Based on available evidence, we believe this campaign is likely to have been carried out on behalf of the government of Kazakhstan.”

EFF researchers, along with technologists at First Look Media and Amnesty International, examined data about suspected espionage groups and found overlaps between Operation Manul and Appin Security Group, an Indian company that has been linked with several other attack campaigns.

“Appin has been linked by cybersecurity firm Norman Shark to cyber-attacks against a Norwegian telecom company, Punjabi separatists, and others," said EFF Staff Technologist Cooper Quintin. “We found that some of the technology infrastructure used in those cyber attacks overlapped with the infrastructure used in Operation Manul. “

“Our research shows that such cheap, commercially available malware can have a real impact on vulnerable populations,” said Galperin. “Much of the past research in this area has exposed campaigns carried out by governments using spy software which they have purchased. In this case, the evidence suggests that the government of Kazakhstan hired a company to carry out the attacks on their behalf.”

PDF DOCUMENT : For the report:
https://www.eff.org/files/2016/08/03/i-got-a-letter-from-the-government.pdf


https://www.eff.org/press/releases/malware-linked-government-kazakhstan-targets-journalists-political-activists-lawyers


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