NEWS & ANALYSIS

China Hacked U.S. Darfur Nonprofits, Groups Say

Two U.S. nonprofits that allege Chinese complicity in Sudanese genocide claim they have been hacked, with the attacks originating in China.

NATO Fears Cyberattack

Cyberattacks threaten states as much as missile attacks, NATO's cybersecurity chief said at an e-crime conference in London yesterday.

European Countries May Require Biometrics on Visitors

The European Union is considering proposals that would require all non-European visitors to submit biometric data before crossing European borders.

CBP Examining More Cargo, Says GAO

The CBP has increased the security of the overseas supply chain by screening more and more cargo containers destined for the United States, says the government watchdog.

U.S. to Build International Database for World's "Worst of the Worst"

The FBI is leading an effort to get international partners to create an international criminal and terrorist database for exchanging biometric information between countries.

UK: Man Jailed for Terrorist Planning

Sohail Qureshi is the first person jailed for the crime of acts preparatory to terrorism under the Terrorism Act of 2006.

U.S. Destroyer Almost Fires on Iranian Vessel

The U.S. Navy almost fired on one of five Iranian vessels this weekend in the Strait of Hormuz after the Iranian vessels made hostile maneuvers toward three American ships.

Dual-Use Technology Sales to Chinese Companies Criticized

A nonprofit nonproliferation group worries that dual-use technology sales to select China companies by U.S. manufacturers will lead to weapons proliferation.

Terrorism and Cyberattacks Threaten British Firms

A new report warns British businesses to prepare for homegrown terrorism threats and Chinese cyberattacks.

U.S. Military Sees Drop in IEDs in Iraq

Top U.S. official attributes the drop in the weapons' use to Iran.
 




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