Sports teams should be concerned about privacy and confidentiality. A listening device was apparently discovered in the coaches' room of the Russian hockey team, Metallurg Magnitogorsk, at the Ice Palace in St. Petersburg.
A couple of recent articles reveal some spy history. Spy chamber found under Moscow streets believed to be used by Ivan the Terrible. And a recent documentary reveals spying on King Edward VIII in 1936 by the British government.
Sharon Nelson and John Simek, of Sensei Enterprises, host a monthly podcast called Digital Detectives on the Legal Talk Network. Their guest for March 2017 was Charles Patterson of Exec Security TSCM. They discussed electronic surveillance countermeasures and how electronic security sweeps can help ensure privacy for lawyers and their clients.
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Orange County Superior Court Judge W. Michael Hayes sentenced Christopher Joseph Lanzillo, a private investigator and former Riverside police detective, to 364 days in county jail and three years’ formal probation. Lanzillo had pleaded guilty in September to allegations that he illegally used an electronic tracking device [...]
The U.S. Justice Department today unsealed indictments against four men accused of hacking into a half-billion Yahoo email accounts. Two of the men named in the indictments worked for a unit of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) that serves as the FBI’s point of contact in Moscow on cybercrime cases. Here’s a look at the accused, starting with a 22-year-old who apparently did not try to hide his tracks.