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We’re just over two weeks into 2019, and one of the biggest data leaks in recent years has surfaced. Today, renowned security researcher Troy Hunt reported a massive leak consisting of 773 million unique email IDs and 21 million unique passwords, which he refers to as Collection #1. Hunt said that multiple people reached out to him […]
Source: 773 million email addresses have been leaked – check if yours is on the list
The Levy-Robinson proposal is no less dangerous a backdoor than any others that have been proposed.
Source: Evaluating the GCHQ Exceptional Access Proposal
A new report from US military watchdogs outlines hundreds of cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
Source: The American Military Sucks at Cybersecurity
A group of Eastern Europeans broke into the SEC’s company filings database, stole nonpublic information, and then made illicit trades worth over $4.1 million, the agency and DOJ said Jan. 15.
Source: Ukrainian Hackers Infiltrated SEC to Make Trades, Feds Say
The document offers one of the clearest policy positions articulated yet by any national government.
Source: What to Make of the U.K.’s New Code of Practice on Internet-of-Things
Today the Brookings Institution is publishing our edited volume, “Bytes, Bombs, and Spies: The Strategic Dimensions of Offensive Cyber Operations.”
Source: Bytes, Bombs, and Spies: The Strategic Dimensions of Offensive Cyber
Last year a string of controversies revealed a darker (and dumber) side to artificial intelligence.
Source: Never mind killer robots—here are six real AI dangers to watch out for in 2019
Many thought the internet would bring democracy to China. Instead it empowered rampant government oppression, and now the censors are turning their attention to the rest of the world.
Source: When Chinese hackers declared war on the rest of us
The Dublin tram system hack may have only affected a municipal website, but it points to enormous risks where transportation and technology come together – risks that extend far beyond privacy and data breaches.
Source: What the Dublin Tram System Hack Reveals about the Future of Hostage Taking
A legal case from the maker of Oreos demanding that the company’s insurance carrier cover the costs of a cyberattack could set an important precedent for the insurance industry.
Source: Oreo lawsuit could set precedent for cyber insurance industry