Tag Archives: Intelligence

Justice Department Announces Court-Authorized Disruption of Botnet Controlled by the Russian Federation’s Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) | OPA

Operation Copied and Removed Malware Known as “Cyclops Blink” from the Botnet’s Command-And-Control Devices, Disrupting the GRU’s Control Over Thousands of Infected Devices Worldwide. Victims Must Take Additional Steps to Remediate the Vulnerability and Prevent Malicious Actors From Further Exploiting Unpatched Devices. The Justice Department today announced a court-authorized operation, conducted in March 2022, to… Read More »

FACT SHEET: President Biden Signs National Security Memorandum to Improve the Cybersecurity of National Security, Department of Defense, and Intelligence Community Systems

Today, President Biden signed a National Security Memorandum (NSM) to improve the cybersecurity of National Security, Department of Defense, and Intelligence Community Systems, as required in his Executive Order (E.O) 14028, Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity. This NSM requires that, at minimum, National Security Systems employ the same network cybersecurity measures as those required of federal… Read More »

Rich Jacques, Corporate Officer and VP of Intelligence and Law Enforcement for Noblis

Rich Jacques, corporate officer and vice president of Intelligence and Law Enforcement for Noblis, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview to discuss his three-year milestone with Noblis in his current role as well as the significant accomplishments throughout 2021. In addition, Jacques also discussed the challenges of building a positive culture and… Read More »

New York City Enacts Law Restricting Use of Artificial Intelligence in Employment Decisions

December 27, 2021 Click for PDF Effective January 1, 2023, New York City employers will be restricted from using artificial intelligence machine-learning products in hiring and promotion decisions.  In advance of the effective date, employers who already rely upon these AI products may want to begin preparing to ensure that their use comports with the… Read More »

Labor Law: Employment discrimination and artificial intelligence, employers beware | Local Business News

By KAREN MICHAEL Special correspondent Employers continue to find new ways to automate business practices, including using software programs that provide for artificial intelligence (AI) in a variety of employment practices, including recruitment. These new technologies, while promising in many respects, have garnered the attention of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which last year launched… Read More »

Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery, Country Analysis, CDR Essential Intelligence – White Collar Crime, Anti-Corruption & Fraud

I  Executive summary Fraud, asset tracing and recovery always present challenges.  Fortunately, in the U.S., the process is less problematic because we have the benefit of: established common law and statutory law designed to protect against fraud; well-developed case law interpreting the law; a well-trained and educated judiciary; … Read More »