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GE-Hitachi Fined for “Significant” Security Breaches in Nuclear Fuel Effort

GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy has paid more than $45,000 in penalties for “significant” violations of federal regulations in its effort to develop a new means of producing atomic fuel, Global Security Newswire has learned.

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StrikeForce Technologies’ CEO Invited to Present at Financial Services Industry Conference

SIFMA Presentation Highlights Relevance of Company’s Technologies as Financial Institutions Seek to Meet FFIEC Guidance Requirements

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PTA prepares ICT security guidelines for stakeholders

Chairman Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Mohammed Yaseen has said that PTA has completed a thought-provoking exercise in collaboration with renowned industry players for drafting “Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Security Guidelines” for telecommunication, government of Pakistan and end-users – DailyTimes Karachi. The documents have been shared with respective stakeholders to assist them, while building Information […]

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Michael Emerson, Jonathan Nolan Spark Person of Interest

Television viewers were introduced last month to Mr. Finch, a billionaire software genius who developed a computer program that can predict the identities of those connected to future violent crimes. In Person of Interest, Finch and his field agent, ex-CIA officer John Reese, work only from a list of Social Security numbers to puzzle out the […]

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Witness claims threats, collapses at murder trial in Belleville

A key witness in the prosecution of Aaron “Chill” Jackson for the murder of Washington Park Mayor John Thornton collapsed on the stand late Wednesday, after reportedly passing a woman in the hallway who she believed was part of an effort to threaten her life. LaQueshia Jackson, who is not related to the defendant, had […]

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Amazon Silk Offers Increased Security on Open Wi-Fi Networks

PCWorld – 18/10/2011. The cloud-based design of Amazon’s Silk browser has positive security side effects because it encrypts all traffic between users and websites, especially important when connected over unprotected Wi-Fi networks where session hijacking attacks can occur easily, the company said. Amazon developed Silk to increase browsing performance on its new Android-based tablet, the […]

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Security expert rules out cyber warfare

Cyber war – long considered by many defence experts to be a significant threat – may never happen, a security expert says. Thomas Rid, expert in war studies, King’s College London, argues that cyber warfare has never taken place, nor is it currently doing so and is unlikely in the future. Rid, who specializes in cyber […]

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Case against ex-lover of MP Mike Hancock ‘based on joke’

MI5’s attempt to have Ms Zatuliveter deported on grounds of national security is more a ‘risk assessment’ than an ‘evidence-based case’, a specialist witness claimed. Nicholas Fielding, a defence expert on Russia, warned: ‘It runs the risk of appearing to be like a bunch of drunks walking down the road. By adding bits to it, […]

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Tyrone Lewis’ testimony doesn’t bode well

As the democratic nominee, Tyrone Lewis is sure to become the next sheriff of Hinds County. Several attorney friends of mine have a problem with Mr. Lewis becoming the county’s top law enforcement officer – Northsidesun.com. They cite a recent Mississippi Supreme Court case accusing Lewis of stating untruths while testifying under oath as a […]

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