Senior Catalonian Politician’s Phone Allegedly Targeted By Government Spyware

A senior Catalonian politician claimed his phone was targeted with spyware by the Spanish government in a case of possible domestic political espionage, as reported by The Guardian newspaper.

US Army Seeks Cryptocurrency Tracing Tools

In a Statement of Work (SOW) published July 10, the Army's Criminal Investigation Command's Major Cybercrime Unit (MCU) began the process of welcoming bids from contractors.

Huawei 5G kit must be removed from UK by 2027

The UK's mobile providers are being banned from buying new Huawei 5G equipment after 31 December, and they must also remove all the Chinese firm's 5G kit from their networks by 2027.

EFF’s new database reveals what tech local police are using to spy on you

The map pulls together thousands of data points from over 3,000 police departments across the United States.

Energy Department watchdog finds research labs fail to secure devices like USBs

The watchdog did not name the four DOE field sites it reviewed, but said they were part of DOE’s Office of Science.

DNC issues fresh warning on TikTok, citing data security risks

The DNC reiterated a warning to Democratic campaigns, state parties, and committees about the security risks of using the video-sharing app TikTok, which is owned by Chinese tech company ByteDance.

DIU looks to automate cyberthreat detection for military IT networks

While the prototype is starting with the AFNET, if it’s successful, DIU is looking to scale it across the military, Jeff Kleck, cyber portfolio director for DIU, told FedScoop.

Secret Service merging electronic and financial crime task forces to combat cybercrime

The Secret Service is combining its Electronic Crimes Task Forces (ECTFs) and Financial Crimes Task Forces (FCTFs) into one unified network, the agency announced Thursday.

Where CISA’s Plan for Securing Industrial Control Systems Intersects with Private-Sector Liability Protections

CISA’s strategy is one part of a more comprehensive vision for protecting critical infrastructure, which is outlined by the Cyberspace Solarium Commission.

A new company-level unit to support information warfare

The Army plans to launch a new company-level unit in fiscal 2021 to support information warfare efforts, according to military officials, under the purview of the 915th Cyber Warfare Battalion.

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