Posts Tagged ‘Federal government of the United States’

Twist in iPhone hacking puzzle leads to Israel

(Media Release) SAN FRANCISCO — An Israeli digital forensics firm that’s had a history of working with the FBI was thrust into the international spotlight Wednesday as hackers and journalists tried to figure out who was getting close to breaking into an encrypted iPhone — without Apple’s help. Yedioth Ahronoth reported that Cellebrite, a company that specializes in extracting information from cell […]

FBI might have way to unlock attacker’s iPhone without Apple

(Media Release) LOS ANGELES — A much-anticipated court hearing on the federal government’s effort to force Apple Inc. to unlock the iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino terror attack was abruptly vacated Monday after the FBI revealed it may have a way to access data without the company’s help. Federal […]

Apple v FBI: US debates a world without privacy

(Media Release) Is there such a thing as security so good it’s a danger to society? That’s the bigger picture at hand as Apple continues to fight an order to unlock a terrorist’s iPhone. That fight made its way to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for a hearing in front of the House Judiciary Committee, the […]

Nationwide Debt Direct Announces YouTube Channel

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submitted by   Press Release Distribution Already known for its widespread presence on social media platforms and the ease with which clients are able to communicate with the company, Nationwide Debt Direct is announcing the addition of a YouTube channel. The new channel is intended to offer prospective clients relevant company information while […]

Sony hack: North Korea threatens US as row deepens

(Media Release) North Korea has threatened unspecified attacks on the US in an escalation of a war of words following the Sony Pictures cyber-attacks. In a fiery statement, the North warned of strikes against the White House, Pentagon and “the whole US mainland”. North Korea denies US claims it is behind cyber-attacks linked to a […]

US agrees to pay $50m after ‘piracy’ of software

(Media Release) The US government has agreed to pay $50m (£31m) after it was said to have pirated “thousands” of copies of military software. Apptricity, based in Texas, has provided logistics programs to the army since 2004. The company said it had discovered last year the software had been installed on many more machines than had been […]

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