Researchers demonstrate a novel attack on medical devices by using deep learning.
But the more revealed, reveals more unknowns that Mueller could or did not figure out.
The intel committee’s top Republican and top Democrat have been openly fighting for more than a year. But there’s one thing they agree on: They need to hear from Robert Mueller.
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Attorney General William Barr testified at length last week, in the House and the Senate, about his ongoing process of redacting the Mueller Report in anticipation of sharing it with Congress and the public this Thursday. There was nothing especially new or groundbreaking in those parts of his testimony. Barr did, however, say one thing […]
Source: Barr’s Redaction Process, cont’d
Julian Assange’s story is also the story of how the utopian possibilities of the internet turned into something much bleaker and more frightening.
In a major ethical leap for the tech world, Chinese start-ups have built algorithms that the government uses to track members of a largely Muslim minority group.
Don’t continue to fall for his phony pleas for sympathy, his megalomania, and his promiscuity with the facts.
A cybersecurity firm found that two different third-party Facebook apps left millions of records about users sitting unprotected on Amazon’s servers.
It’s worth inserting some technical realities into the debate over whether the United States and its allies should or shouldn’t allow acquisition of Huawei 5G technology for use in communications …
Source: Huawei and Managing 5G Risk
Bottom Line Up Front The investigation into the hacking of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ phone demonstrates how private firms have developed sophisticated electronic espionage capabilities. From social engineering to cyberespionage, private firms and individuals are increasingly hired by governments to blackmail critics and rivals. This trend will likely intensify—barriers to entry are low, while … Continue reading “Hackers for Hire”
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