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2018-04-12 | DASP Top 10, National Cyber Strategy, and Thwarting quantum attacks
Thursday, April 12
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US Copyright Office is considering adding more exemptions to section 1201 to allow good-faith security researchers access to a broader array of technology, specifically electronic voting machines, Cyberscoop reports.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Gandalf standing in front of the Gates of Moria trying to remember a password makes a lot more sense to me now than it did in 1984. - @other_shoe
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
A “National Cyber Strategy" is at the White House awaiting approval per reporting from Politico
The never-ending search for the perfect moniker for that zero day
The Decentralized Application Security Project ( DASP) Top 10 announced by NCC Group. NCC says DASP Top 10 is an open and collaborative project to join efforts in discovering smart contract vulnerabilities.
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We determined that DHS' information security program for intelligence
systems is not effective, based on the maturity model included in this year’s
reporting instructions. Specifically, DHS' continuous monitoring tools for its
intelligence system are not interoperable.