Older phones, skull-shaped asteroids and gaming disorders + this day in history w/the sentencing of the Hillside Stranglers and our song of the day by Tricky on your Morning Monarchy for January 9, 2018.
from venturebeat.com: Stuxnet showed us the potential for great damage with an attack on infrastructure. Now, a new piece of malware is taking the attack a step further: it’s stealing the plans for your infrastructure,
ndaa gives pentagon a green light for cyberwar* congress authorizes pentagon to wage internet war* ‘blueprint for a secure cyber future’: dhs releases cyber strategy framework* california unveils cyber crime unit* florida arrests 48 in
Would you like virtual eternity? A digital simulation of yourself created by sophisticated–and creepy–simulation, gaming and artificial intelligence software. Your digital avatar would interact online and remember conversation and log questions where answers are yet
pentagon is losing the softwar(e) from defense news: The Department of Defense spends tens of billions of dollars annually creating software that is rarely reused & difficult to adapt to new threats. Instead, much of
google exposes government takedown requests* google: US demanded user info 3,500 times in 6 months* google hackers stole source code of global password system* second banker accused of stealing high-frequency trading code* mcafee antivirus program
how to shut down the ‘net: a guide for repressive regimes* will 2010 bring a wake-up call for cybersecurity?*fbi: 19,000 matches to terrorist screening list in ’09* bank firewalls cracked by cyberhackers*men charged with hijacking