Think Like a Spy: How Open Source Intelligence Can Give You a Competitive Advantage
Open-source intelligence is a tool that provides organizations with a powerful vantage point to identify potential risks, track critical trends, and monitor competitor activities.
Employee Must Pay Back Her Company After Computer 'Bossware' Catches Her Slacking Off
A Canadian court finds a woman guilty of 'time theft.' Critics call the company's actions spying.
9 Potential Signs of Corporate Espionage
It's a challenge knowing when and how competitors steal secret business information.
China Is Installing Spyware on Tourists' Phones
The app is forcefully installed at border crossings and collects all your personal information.
Calling George Smiley! My 5 Best Strategies for Spying on Your Competition.
John Le Carré's famous character isn't the only one peering around corners. You should be doing the same.
Check Out the Bombshell Letter in the Uber-Waymo Trial
This letter delayed the trial between Uber and Waymo.
How Facebook Knew About Snap's Struggles Months Before the Public
The news underscores just how hard it is for upstarts to challenge Facebook's dominant position.
3 Reasons You Should Spy on Your Competition
One of the best ways to thoroughly understand your market is to take a look at your competition.
US Supreme Court Has Given Legal Authority To Hack Any Computer - Worldwide
Not just limited to American computers, the new move spells disaster for digital rights worldwide
Apple Considering Building Proprietary Servers to Stop Third-Party Spying
In 2013, an NSA program developed to intercept electronic devices and plant snooping equipment on them was discovered.
In Windows 10, Parents Are Able to Spy on Kids by Default
A feature turned on by default sends parents a comprehensive weekly report of their children's web activity.
Encryption on iPhones, Facebook Apparently 'Petrified' the NSA
Stronger encryption has made it significantly more difficult for the U.S. government to spy on communications.
New Malware Uncovered With 'Stealth' Features to Spy on Businesses
Symantec says an advanced malicious software application has been uncovered that was used to spy on private companies, governments, research institutes and individuals.
Justice Department Is Using Planes to Gather Data Cell Phone Data on Americans
It is reportedly using using fake communications towers on airplanes to collect data from thousands of mobile devices.
Google Chairman on NSA Spying: 'We're Going to Break the Internet'
Silicon Valley executives worry the fallout of surveillance revelations could be severe.