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On Apr 17, 2019
@dinodaizovi shared
RT @chrisrohlf: While I am sympathetic to those tracking and fighting the badness in the world I believe history will judge Tim Cook positively, along with everyone else who has fought this kind of thing behind closed doors https://t.co/EpBiHTKDk6
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The Time Tim Cook Stood His Ground Against the FBI

The agency wanted a backdoor to crack the iPhone of Syed Farook, a suspect in the 2015 San Bernardino shooting. The Apple CEO said no.

On Apr 17, 2019
@dinodaizovi shared
RT @chrisrohlf: While I am sympathetic to those tracking and fighting the badness in the world I believe history will judge Tim Cook positively, along with everyone else who has fought this kind of thing behind closed doors https://t.co/EpBiHTKDk6
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The Time Tim Cook Stood His Ground Against the FBI

The agency wanted a backdoor to crack the iPhone of Syed Farook, a suspect in the 2015 San Bernardino shooting. The Apple CEO said no.

On Apr 17, 2019
@CiscoSecurity shared
RT @TalosSecurity: Cisco Talos has discovered a new threat we're calling "Sea Turtle," which is targeting public and private entities across the globe. The attackers appear to be using DNS hijacking as their primary method of attack. Check out all the details here https://t.co/liCI8QgXmG https://t.co/FJQ8ssUpVp
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DNS Hijacking Abuses Trust In Core Internet Service

A blog from the world class Intelligence Group, Talos, Cisco's Intelligence Group

On Apr 17, 2019
@CTIN_Global shared
Iasiello_E: Artificial Intelligence: A Cybersecurity Solution or the Greatest Risk of All? https://t.co/RebtEtVHVF
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Artificial Intelligence: A Cybersecurity Solution or the Greatest Risk of All?

AI is widely considered a powerhouse that has yet to unleash its full potential. But in the face of rising cybercrime rates, one question seems especially pertinent: is AI a solution for ...

On Apr 17, 2019
@CiscoSecurity shared
RT @TalosSecurity: Cisco Talos has discovered a new threat we're calling "Sea Turtle," which is targeting public and private entities across the globe. The attackers appear to be using DNS hijacking as their primary method of attack. Check out all the details here https://t.co/liCI8QgXmG https://t.co/FJQ8ssUpVp
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DNS Hijacking Abuses Trust In Core Internet Service

A blog from the world class Intelligence Group, Talos, Cisco's Intelligence Group

On Apr 17, 2019
@CTIN_Global shared
Iasiello_E: Artificial Intelligence: A Cybersecurity Solution or the Greatest Risk of All? https://t.co/RebtEtVHVF
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Artificial Intelligence: A Cybersecurity Solution or the Greatest Risk of All?

AI is widely considered a powerhouse that has yet to unleash its full potential. But in the face of rising cybercrime rates, one question seems especially pertinent: is AI a solution for ...

On Apr 16, 2019
@DarkReading shared
Meet Scranos: New Rootkit-Based Malware Gains Confidence https://t.co/9VphuJD7aN by @kellymsheridan #malware #rootkit #cyberattack
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Meet Scranos: New Rootkit-Based Malware Gains Confidence

The cross-platform operation, first tested on victims in China, has begun to spread around the world.

On Apr 16, 2019
@symantec shared
RT @NortonOnline: Did you know? Norton has evolved beyond antivirus? Learn how new Norton 360 provides comprehensive protection. https://t.co/TOF5fRv9cO https://t.co/phrHPNSuYk
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The evolution of Norton™ 360: A brief timeline of cyber safety

The evolution of Norton 360 : A brief timeline of cyber security

On Apr 17, 2019
@SCMagazine shared
Lessons Learned: What Uber’s Approach to Decentralization Can Teach the Cybersecurity Industry l https://t.co/vxXrLnkjwi @IRONSCALES
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Lessons Learned: What Uber’s Approach to Decentralization Can Teach the Cybersecurity Industry

Notorious Uber founder Travis Kalanick’s idea for a decentralized transportation system in which any person with a valid license, no criminal history and

On Apr 16, 2019
@CyberScoopNews shared
RT @snlyngaas: Brazilian 'pirates' sail around two-factor authentication to vex banking sector https://t.co/c4nq6mJEAV
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Brazilian 'pirates' sail around two-factor authentication to vex banking sector

For researchers investigating malicious network activity in a given country, scanning hacker forums is like reading tea leaves. The discussion boards can provide insight about which ...

On Apr 16, 2019
@ericgeller shared
While I was out of town, @MorningCybersec ran some extra bits that I couldn't fit into my OFCIO story. Here are the links, in case you missed them: https://t.co/APwdsdGtCO https://t.co/0EdJV0sahe https://t.co/WT1XkGlk52 https://t.co/dam8mOzgT1
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Software bill of materials on today’s agenda

DHS official: Cyber pros can ignore politics — North Korean malware gets urgent attention