Chinese spy team hacks Forbes.com: security firms – China Post

AFPFebruary 12, 2015, 12:03 am TWN SAN FRANCISCO–U.S. cyber security firms on Tuesday said that a Chinese espionage team hacked Forbes magazine to hunt defense contractors, financial firms, and other unsuspecting prey visiting the popular news website. Invincea and iSight Partners detailed what they described as a “watering hole” campaign late last year that took … Continue reading

Security contractors on hold at Sabater; need DOE OK – Vineland Daily Journal

Deborah M. Marko, dmarko@thedailyjournal.com 3:30 p.m. EST February 12, 2015 Gloria M. Sabater School in Vineland(Photo: Staff file photo/Craig Matthews) VINELAND – The school district has put a temporary hold on its full-time, long-term substitute security guards at Sabater Elementary School due to a clearance snafu. The personnel, provided by … Continue reading

Widening cyberwar: Chinese spy team hacked Forbes.com, say security firms – The Express Tribune

The cyber espion­age campai­gn focuse­d on Forbes.com appear­ed to last only a few days A Chinese advanced persistent threat compromised Forbes.com to set up a watering hole style web-based drive-by attack against US defense and financial services firms. US cyber security firms said on Tuesday that a Chinese espionage team … Continue reading

Private Military Contractors – CIMSEC

Released: February, 2015 Authors:Scott Cheney-PetersClaude BerubeTim Steigelman Editors:Matt HippleChris PapasScott Cheney-Peters      Download Here Military contractors are assisting militaries and civilian government agencies throughout the world and across the mission spectrum, including planning, training, logistics, and security. Their use in support of a range of security-related activities is growing. Employing … Continue reading