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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Our site under attack, says Sarawak Report

A screenshot of Sarawak Report's website. The whistleblower site said it is under attack.A screenshot of Sarawak Report's website. The whistleblower site said it is under attack.
The Sarawak Report site is under attack, the London-based whistleblower said on Twitter this evening
Using its handle @sarawak_report, it posted: "We are trying to stay online but are facing sustained attacks on our website. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates. #1MDB".
However, checks by The Malaysian Insider showed that the site is accessible.
The whistleblower site has been in the spotlight after Thai police arrested Xavier Andre Justo, a former director with PetroSaudi International (PSI), in Koh Samui last week over allegations of blackmail.
However, New Straits Time, quoting an unnamed source from Protection Group International (PGI), said Justo "tampered" with emails from PetroSaudi, and Sarawak Report had then published these "tampered" documents in "its claims of impropriety against 1MDB".
PGI was further quoted as saying, "Our analysis substantiates that Justo is the source of the data published by Sarawak Report.”
The whistleblower site urged PGI to confirm quotes that had been published by NST in reports following Justo's arrest.
The site's London lawyers sent an urgent letter via email to PGI to confirm the quotes attributed to them by NST.
Sarawak Report questioned how the Malaysian government was relying on alleged statements from PGI, when the firm was not prepared to confirm whether or not they made them without permission from this interested party.
"In short, PGI are not prepared to publicly go on the record and confirm that any of its employees made these remarks to NST," Sarawak Report had said.
- TMI

2 comments:

  1. "Our site under attack, says Sarawak Report"

    Just to share this...

    http://pgitl.com/

    http://pgitl.com/about-pgi/our-history/

    Vice Admiral Sir Tim McClement KCB OBE

    Chairman

    Vice Admiral Sir Tim McClement had a distinguished career serving in the Royal Navy which spanned 35 years from joining in 1971. His military service includes five command duties: two on submarines; two on frigates; and one as head of the Naval Task Group.
    Barry Roche

    CEO

    Barry Roche spent the first eight years of his career in the Royal Marines before founding his first company, which he took from start-up to market leader. In 2009, a significant increase in the profile and gravity of piracy sparked the inception of Protection Vessels International (PVI). After achieving undisputed market leadership in Maritime Security, Roche expanded the PVI model to create Protection Group International, (PGI). Roche’s vision is to build a world-class Global brand as the leading trusted adviser for mitigating risk.
    Caroline Green

    CFO & Head of Shared Services

    Caroline has a mix of skills and experience gained from her 25 year career within industry and private equity. Caroline was previously Finance Director of a PE-backed engineering group following an 8 year period in private equity, initially at 3i PLC. She started her career at Xerox Corp where she spent 10 years in a variety of roles including supply chain, manufacturing and finance. Caroline joined PGI in September 2013 as a Non-Executive Director and chair of audit committee before joining the group as CFO and head of Shared Services in September 2014. Caroline also sits on the board of the British Business Bank as a Non Executive director.
    Christopher Moore

    Non-Executive Director

    Chris is a marketeer and proven business leader with over 20 years experience of driving businesses at each different stage of the commercial journey. He has worked with some of the world's most recognised brands, both as a brand owner and marketing agency professional. He has also been involved in a number of start-up ventures dating back to the dizzy times of the internet boom to the present day. He has a simple belief: people are the key to success, create belief and anything can be achieved.

    http://pgitl.com/about-pgi/our-people/the-board/

    The Executive Team

    Barry Roche

    Chief Executive Officer

    Barry Roche spent the first eight years of his career in the Royal Marines before founding his first company, which he took from start-up to market leader. In 2009, a significant increase in the profile and gravity of piracy sparked the inception of Protection Vessels International (PVI). After achieving undisputed market leadership in Maritime Security, Roche expanded the PVI model to create Protection Group International, (PGI). Roche's vision is to build a world-class Global brand as the leading trusted adviser for mitigating risk.

    Cont'd Part 2...

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  2. "Our site under attack, says Sarawak Report"

    Part 2...

    Graham Cundy OBE

    Managing Director of Strategic Projects

    Graham is a former Royal Marine who served the majority of his military career as an Officer within the UK's Special Forces. Operationally he has served in most of the world's troubled and conflicted areas and notably was a Commanding Officer within the Group which held the lead responsibility for specialist national operations in Afghanistan, Asia and Counter Terrorism.

    Caroline Green

    CFO & Head of Shared Services

    Caroline has a mix of skills and experience gained from her 25 year career within industry and private equity. Caroline was previously Finance Director of a PE-backed engineering group following an 8 year period in private equity, initially at 3i PLC. She started her career at Xerox Corp where she spent 10 years in a variety of roles including supply chain, manufacturing and finance. Caroline joined PGI in September 2013 as a Non-Executive Director and chair of audit committee before joining the group as CFO and head of Shared Services in September 2014. Caroline also sits on the board of the British Business Bank as a Non Executive director.
    Brian Lord OBE

    Managing Director, PGI Cyber

    Brian joined PGI in September 2013, after 21 years with GCHQ. Brian left GCHQ as their Deputy Director for Intelligence and Cyber Operations.

    Brian served in a wide range of roles for GCHQ, at home and abroad, and has deep experience drawn from many years’ experience across the breadth of Intelligence and Cyber operations. He is a leading thinker in the area of Cyber Warfare.

    Nick Fishwick CMG

    Head of Intelligence

    Nick retired from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 2012 after 29 years’ service, latterly focusing on global security and counter-terrorism issues. He has served in Afghanistan, Turkey and Nigeria. Nick also worked on secondment to HM Customs and Excise as Head of Intelligence from 2001-2004.

    Matt Parker

    Managing Director - PVI

    Matt spent 12 years in the Royal Marines. He commanded a company group on operations in Afghanistan and was the first Royal Marines Officer to top the order of merit at the Joint Services Staff College. He then worked in the City for a boutique investment bank providing corporate finance advisory services to the metals and mining sector. Matt joined PGI as the Group Strategy director and was appointed Managing Director of PVI in October 2014.

    http://pgitl.com/about-pgi/our-people/the-executive-team/

    http://www.theguardian.com/uk/gchq

    http://www.theguardian.com/news/defence-and-security-blog/2015/jun/15/mi5-mi6-gchq-a-matter-of-trust

    You be the judge.

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