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Olympic visitors at risk of bugging

 投稿者:USA TODAY International  投稿日:2008年 6月14日(土)15時25分2秒
  National security agencies are warning businesses and federal officials that laptops and e-mail devices taken to the Beijing Olympics are likely to be penetrated by Chinese agents aiming to steal secrets or plant bugs to penetrate U.S. computer networks.

Chinese government and industry use electronic espionage to "easily access official and personal computers," says one recent report by the Overseas Security Advisory Council, a federally chartered panel comprising security experts from corporations and the State, Commerce and Treasury departments.

Equipment left unsupervised for just minutes in a hotel or even during a security screening can be hacked, mined and bugged, adds Larry Wortzel, who chairs the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, a federal panel that monitors China-related security issues for Congress. China's government also controls Internet service providers and wireless networks, he says, so computers and PDAs can be monitored and planted with bugs remotely, too.

"There is a high likelihood - virtually 100 percent - that if an individual is of security, political, or business interest to Chinese security services or high technology industries, their electronics can and will be tampered with or penetrated," Wortzel says.

China's embassy did not respond to requests for comment but usually dismisses espionage charges.

"The so-called accusation of the Chinese military espionage against the U.S. is groundless and fabrication with ulterior motives," Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said at a press conference last month.

Yet China's pursuit of American government and business secrets has been noted repeatedly in federal threat assessments. Last year, the office of the Director of National Intelligence reported that China's espionage services are "among the most aggressive in collecting against sensitive and protected U.S. targets."

Thousands of Americans are expected to attend the Olympics, including President Bush and a large entourage of federal officials. Even so, the government isn't doing enough to publicize the potential espionage risks, says Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., a former FBI agent who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, which has been briefed on Chinese espionage threats.

The reticence stems partly from the administration's reluctance to anger China, a key U.S. trading partner, Rogers says. "I appreciate their position," he adds, but by "underreporting" the threat, national security officials let potential targets get "lulled into this notion that they don't have to worry about it."

The Chinese "will take full advantage of any opportunity to not only take a peek at what's on electronic devices but also to implant them" with bugs that could provide access to U.S. computer networks, Rogers says.

Rogers and others briefed on the threat suggest that Olympic visitors purge sensitive information on laptops and e-mail devices, or leave their regular equipment at home and carry "clean" surrogates.

Travelers returning from the games also should have their equipment checked for bugs or viruses before reconnecting to U.S. computer networks, says Ray Mey, who ran Olympics security at the FBI before joining GardaWorld as a corporate security consultant.

FBI spokesman Richard Kolko declined to discuss briefings given to federal officials and businesses. Any time executives are in a country capable of "exploiting electronic media," he says, the FBI strives "to notify them of these risks and appropriate precautions."

(c) 2008, USA TODAY International. Distributed by Tribune Media Services International.

Employers hiring more new college graduates 2008.4.25 20:53

 投稿者:えw  投稿日:2008年 4月27日(日)21時40分6秒
  Terry Powers will start a new career as an accountant after she graduates from Monmouth University in May.

Powers, 49, a mother of four and an office coordinator at the university's software engineering department, already has lined up a job as an entry-level accountant at KPMG's office in Short Hills, N.J.

"I knew that accounting is a wide-open field and there is a lot of demand for accountants and auditors," said Powers of Middletown, N.J. "I knew that the positions were out there."

Employers, in a rush to replace baby boomers that are set to retire, have decided to increase their ranks of employees from newly minted college graduates. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers survey released last month, employers expect to hire 8 percent more new college graduates this year then they did last year.

That contradicts the trend in the overall job market, with rising unemployment and a decline in the creation of new jobs, said Edwin Koc, director of strategic and foundation research for the association.

"A lot of companies are planning for retirements in the near future and trying to put people in the pipeline," Koc said. "They continue to hire even in a difficult economic climate simply to maintain a level of experience that will be there once these individuals retire."

But the tough economic times have hit new graduates, too. Last fall, employers projected that they would increase hiring of new graduates by 16 percent, not the 8 percent now predicted.

Still, many career placement offices are seeing interest from prospective employers.

Rutgers University in New Jersey maxed out its career fair in January with 255 employers, with some on the waiting list as well, said Richard L. White, director of career services.

Employers may have learned from past recessions when they cut back on new graduate hires and found that they lacked talent five years later, White said.

Monmouth University, in West Long Branch, N.J., booked up its career day, held this month, within two weeks of sending invitations to employers, said William Hill, assistant dean of placement and student employment.

But Georgian Court University, in Lakewood, N.J., saw a drop-off in employer participation for its job fair, said Steven Fusco, director of the office of career development. He said he surmised that employers had fewer recruiters to spread out and the soft economy dampened employers' interest.

The fields that have seen a decline are in specific industries, such as finance, Fusco said.

On the other hand, employers in the service sector, including the hospitality industry, are still hiring, he said. Also hiring are social services agencies, nonprofit organizations, government agencies such as the FBI, and companies such as Coca-Cola, Kraft Foods and Walgreen Co.

Graduates in demand include accountants, given the corporate need to meet requirements of auditing and reporting regulations, Hill said. Also in demand are students with technical degrees, such as computer sciences and software engineering, he said.

Monmouth University's Powers said at first, she was concerned that her age would limit her job search, pitting her against traditional students looking for entry-level jobs. But she learned how to use her work and life experience to her benefit.

"I got the degree in five years, while working full time, while having a family, demonstrating that I have that work ethic to put in the amount of hours necessary to get the job done," Powers said. "KPMG recognized that and embraced it and I am quite excited to have the opportunity to go with them."

(c) 2008, USA TODAY International. Distributed by Tribune Media Services International.


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