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Mexico deploys hundreds of riot police as migrants near

Suchiate - Mexico deployed hundreds of riot police Thursday to its border with Guatemala as a caravan of Central American migrants prepared to cross on their way to the United States, defying President Donald Trump's threats.

Controlled explosion carried out on suspect package near UK parliament

London - Police on Wednesday used a bomb disposal robot and carried out a controlled explosion on a package found in central London near the British parliament.

World cybercrime shifts to state-backed hackers: Russian group

Moscow - The latest innovations in cybercrime have shifted from financially motivated actors to state-backed hackers focussed on sabotage and intelligence gathering, a Russian cybersecurity firm said Tuesday.

Russian military intelligence's embarrassing blunders

Moscow - Russia's shadowy military intelligence has found itself thrust into an unwelcome spotlight over glaring errors that exposed its agents' alleged role in the poisoning of Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and an attempt to hack into the global chemical...

Ex-NSA hacker sentenced to jail over alleged Kaspersky leak

Washington - A former National Security Agency hacker whose leak of extremely top secret online spying materials led to the US government ban on Kaspersky software was sentenced to 66 months in prison Tuesday.

Australian special forces deployed for APEC summit

Sydney - Australia has deployed special forces to Papua New Guinea as part of a large-scale security operation for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Port Moresby this November.

Protecting medical records with blockchain

Medical records are an important feature of patient health review. As the information is sensitive, control of data is critical. Some providers are issuing apps to help to maintain and protect records, based on blockchain.

Austria asked to take 'trust building measurements'

Vienna - Austria has had to take "trust building measurements" to retain cooperation with allied secret services, its interior minister said Friday in a grilling over government raids on the country's domestic intelligence agency.

With Hezbollah in mind, Israel builds a new wall

Rosh Haniqra - High in the hills above the Mediterranean, Israeli troops worked while soldiers from a country still technically at war with them peered down from only metres above.

Security vulnerabilities at AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint

Security analysts have detected security flaws with systems at AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. These security issues could have resulted in customer data being accessible to hackers. The issue at each telecommunications company was unrelated.

EU security must no longer depend on US, says Macron

Paris - French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday called for Europe to stop relying on the United States for its military defence as he pushed for fresh EU integration in the face of rising nationalism around the continent.

EU's security must no longer depend on US: Macron

Paris - French President Emmanuel Macron said Monday that he would put forward new proposals for the European Union to boost its security, saying the bloc must stop depending on American might."Europe can no longer rely on the United States for its security.

Chile in shock as 10 women perish in nursing home blaze

Santiago - Ten women burned to death in a blaze at a Chilean nursing home Tuesday, shocking the country and prompting a call by President Sebastian Pinera to shake consciences over treatment of the elderly.

Curtain of concrete and steel protects London landmarks

London - London has adapted the landscape around its major landmarks to protect them from terror attacks, with Tuesday's suspected car assault on the Houses of Parliament ending at a crash barrier.

4 security force members, 3 'terrorists' killed in Jordan raid

Apo - Four members of the Jordanian security forces and three "terrorists" have been killed during a raid on a militant hideout after an officer died in a bomb blast near the capital, the government said Sunday.

Top ten cybersecurity startup vendors revealed

The biggest cybersecurity investment rounds have been reviewed for 2018 so far, and the top ten leading startups have been identified in this expanding technology sector.

Russia stops Pussy Riot member leaving country

Moscow - Russian security services on Wednesday prevented Maria Alyokhina of punk protest group Pussy Riot from flying out of the country to perform at a top arts festival, she said.

Barcelona mayor faces calls to quit over 'insecurity'

Madrid - Barcelona Mayor Ada Colau is facing calls to quit over perceived insecurity in Spain's most-visited city as criticism after the assault of a US visitor sparked a very public insult by her tourism czar.

US not 'starry-eyed' about NKorea nuclear deal: Bolton

Washington - As North Korea reportedly continues to build missiles and produce plutonium, a top aide to US President Donald Trump said Sunday that "there's nobody in his administration starry-eyed about the prospects of North Korea actually denuclearizing.

North Korea criticises 'alarming' US impatience on denuclearisation

Fpo - North Korea on Saturday said the US was acting with "alarming" impatience on the issue of denuclearisation, after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stressed the need to maintain full sanctions pressure on Pyongyang.

North Korea criticises 'alarming' US behaviour

Fpo - North Korea on Saturday said the US was acting with "alarming" impatience on the issue of denuclearisation, after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stressed the need to maintain full sanctions pressure on Pyongyang.

Still a way to go on N. Korea: Pompeo

Fpo - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo admitted Friday there was still "a ways to go" on North Korea as Washington seeks to push Pyongyang to move faster along the path towards denuclearisation.

China wants military drills with ASEAN in disputed sea, excluding US

Fpo - China wants to stage joint military exercises with Southeast Asian nations in disputed waters, according to a draft document, but insists other countries should be excluded in what analysts say is a bid to diminish US influence.

China wants military drills with ASEAN in disputed sea, excluding US

Fpo - China wants military exercises and energy exploration with Southeast Asian nations in disputed waters, according to a draft document, but insists on outside countries being excluded in what analysts said was a bid to diminish US influence.

Russian scientist arrested in espionage probe: agencies

Moscow - A Russian scientist has been arrested in a probe into allegations staff at a top space research centre have been passing information on the country's weapons programme to the West, agencies reported Tuesday.

EU anti-trust officials probe Thales, Gemalto merger

Apo - The European Union said Monday it has launched an anti-trust investigation into the planned purchase by French aerospace and defence group Thales of SIM manufacturer Gemalto.

Why California's data privacy law is set for U.S. roll out: Q&A Special

The U.S. state of California has agreed to implement a new data privacy law, along the lines of a new regulation recently enacted in Europe. Could this be the trigger for a U.S.-wide roll-out? We talk with data privacy expert John Tsopanis, of 1touch.io.

Amazon and Wikipedia still giving poor password advice

Plymouth - A decade of research shows that little improvement has been made in the guidance given by leading websites in relation to security and for the protection of privacy data.

Q&A: Cybersecurity risks associated with the smart home Special

Cybersecurity expert Alex Vaystikh recently bought a new dishwasher before realizing that it connects to his Wi-fi to download updates. In an exclusive interview with Digital Journal, Vaystikh expands on smart home risks.

Rights group warns of 'blatant' bid to manipulate Pakistan vote

Islamabad - Pakistan's human rights commission Monday slammed "blatant, aggressive and unabashed" attempts to manipulate the upcoming election, as politicians expressed security fears following one of the country's deadliest attacks.
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Toronto is host to the G20 conference June 26-27  2010. The city has erected 6-foot steel and concre...
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