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Meltdown & Spectre: NSA and Cyber Experts React to Intel Processor Chip Vulnerabilities

By: Angela M. Cooper 1/17/2018   Recent news has sent Intel stock dropping and cyber-threat analysis upgrading the threat level. The ‘Intel chip’ vulnerability, which allows personal data to be accessible on devices using Intel chips, has been evolving through recent updates. It now includes more than just Intel chips, unlike the original reports seem […]

Wikimedia v NSA Complaint

The grounds for which Wikimedia is basing its lawsuit involve the mass surveillance program that the NSA has been implementing. One of the most troublesome facets of this program, according to Wikimedia’s pleading, is the NSA’s search and seizure of internet communications, which is called “Upstream” surveillance. Wikimedia argues that these actions violate its users most basic of rights, […]


In a recent Anonymous hacking mission dubbed #OpMonsanto, the hacker group attacked Monsanto, an international agricultural corporation by hacking into Monsanto’s system and releasing data concerning over 2,500 employees and connections.  Anonymous also took down Monsanto’s mail server and web assets and says it plans to create a Wikipedia page to store and organize the […]

NSA Cybersecurity Data Center Under Construction

What is being called the NSA’s $1.5 Billion “Spy Center” in Utah, is also the first of its kind in the U.S. Intelligence community: a facility dedicated to comprehensive national cybersecurity. The Community Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative Data Center is intended to address measures in the CNCI and be a center of technological advancement and […]

NSA Building Data Center in Utah

Within a defense spending bill lies a plan for the National Security Agency to build a massive facility near the Utah National Guard in Camp Williams, Utah. Plans are still rather secretive but is said to include computer systems and supporting equipment. According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the facility has already been under construction […]

eWhite House Watch returned for another great opportunity to report on the annual International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Global Privacy Summit in Washington D.C..

In the world of Cambridge Analytica and Facebook troubles, GDPR, and most recently, the new California privacy law, data protection and privacy have become a mainstream topic of conversation.  That is why the IAPP Global Privacy Summit of 2018 this year was described as “A Monumental Conference for A Profession at Crossroads.” As always, the […]