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Trump winning trade war with China even as White House blinks

Trump winning trade war with China even as White House blinks

Renewed telephone conversations between high-level American and Chinese trade negotiators have led the White House to postpone tariffs on some Chinese imports from September 1 to December 15, and to remove other items from the list altogether.…

Cyber-security Crime
Foreign crime group’s cyber attack shuts down networks at libraries, Syracuse schools

Foreign crime group’s cyber attack shuts down networks at libraries, Syracuse schools

The city school district, which was attacked first, has received a demand for ransom, a knowledgeable source says. School district officials have declined to confirm or deny that. The library system’s computer network was disabled July…

Cyber-security Crime
LP County pays $130K to hackers

LP County pays $130K to hackers

On Friday, after a meeting of elected officials and department heads, officials decided to pay 10.5 bitcoins – worth $132,300 – for the decryption key needed to retrieve important files on the infected computers and…

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Mystery of NSA leak lingers as stolen document case winds up

Mystery of NSA leak lingers as stolen document case winds up

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal agents descended on the suburban Maryland house with the flash and bang of a stun grenade, blocked off the street and spent hours questioning the homeowner about a theft of government…

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Understanding the risks of Cybercrime

Understanding the risks of Cybercrime

While work uncovering the extent of the damage may be relegated to the Boyd Group’s cybersecurity department, the incident has caused ripples of concern across Canada’s automotive sector. As the importance of computerization in vehicles…

Cyber-security Crime
Hackers hit global telecom companies in an espionage campaign, cyber research firm says

Hackers hit global telecom companies in an espionage campaign, cyber research firm says

Investigators at U.S.-Israeli cybersecurity firm Cybereason said the attackers compromised companies in more than 30 countries and aimed to gather information on individuals in government, law-enforcement, and politics. The hackers also used tools linked to…