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Welcome to Haven: Snowden launches spy-blocking smart phone app
26 December 2017
A new app developed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden promises to harness the surveillance power of your smart phone and turn it into a tiny security system to physically guard your data. Read more here.
Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:
For the British intelligence service GCHQ finds it more and more difficult to recruit staff, because well-trained cyberspecialists more often opt for better paid jobs at tech giants like Facebook and Google. They pay up to five times more than the government, according to a study by a British parliamentary committee.
The GCHQ (Government Communications Headquarters) says they need more and more staff …
The staff shortage among cyberspecialists at the GHCQ is around 20 percent. In 2016, 51 experts worked at the service and by 2018, according to the service, they should be 110. …
The intelligence services in the Netherlands also find it difficult to find staff. The military spying service MIVD also said early this year that a lot of young talent chooses to work in business.
“After all the revelations by, for example, Snowden, which exposed secret spying activities of the American intelligence service NSA, many cyberspecialists in training have their reservations about being hired by national intelligence services. Do I really want to work for such an organization? they think”, says [Delft university cybersecurity professor] Van Eeten in the NOS Radio 1 news.
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