RUSSIAN BUSINESS CONSULTING PLAN AHEAD OF US BORDER FIGHTER THREATS

Russian business consulting firm Rusal Consulting said on Monday that it would offer its expertise to US border security agents in a border fighting strategy.

The company is working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on the strategy, which aims to bolster border security by securing American borders. 

Rusal said that it will offer its services to border security personnel, but did not give details on how the agents will be able to obtain it. 

The FBI declined to comment on the plan, but a person familiar with the matter said the bureau was reviewing the plan. 

According to the Rusal report, Rusal will provide security consultants for US border agents, which include border agents and border patrol agents. 

A US official told Reuters news agency that the strategy is being developed by the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division and will be presented to President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday. 

Border security agents, who will use drones and other advanced technologies to search for undocumented migrants, have been struggling to secure the United States’ borders since the end of the Cold War.

The United States has the second-highest rate of deaths of undocumented migrants in the world, with 2.5 million of the 3.4 million deaths occurring on the US-Mexico border.

Russian business consulting firm ‘hacked’ by U.S. to steal emails and data

The cybersecurity firm of a former Russian intelligence officer is under investigation by the U.N. Security Council for allegedly compromising a Russian company that had a contract with the U-S.

military, according to a report Wednesday.

The U.K.-based Cyber Security Research Institute is part of a larger Russian spy network that was allegedly infiltrated by U-N.

sanctions imposed on Russia for interfering in the 2016 U. S. election, The Associated Press reported.

The report cited U.M. security officials as saying the cyber attack on the cybersecurity firm began in December 2016.

It said the U.-N.

panel also heard from a senior Russian diplomat who said the Russian military has hacked U.s. intelligence agencies to steal information and destroy evidence.

The U.A.E. has denied the allegation.

The council’s Security Council meeting Wednesday called for the U,N.

committee to investigate.

The United States and Russia have been locked in a high-stakes standoff over U. s cyber attacks on political adversaries since the start of the year.

Russia says the U.,S.

and other nations are interfering in its internal affairs.

The Russian defense ministry has said Moscow is not behind the cyberattacks and that they are part of U. n. sanctions.

Russia has denied any interference in U. ous elections.