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2018-04-16 | Infra incident tales, A day in the life of a CISO, and Blackberry, don’t call it a comeback
Monday, April 16
Blackberry, The AutomotiveOS? Motherboard looks at their efforts to dominate the security market for autonomous cars
TWEET OF THE DAY
You don't want the truth because deep down in places you don't talk about at parties, you want me on that firewall. You need me on that firewall. We use words like PGP, hash, threat vector. We use these words as the backbone of a life spent defending something. - @mgattozzi
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Rules and thoughts on becoming a world-class malware analyst by @Hexacorn
Twitter infra incident tales, fun thread.
A day in the life of a [LinkedIn] CISO by Cory Scott
Targeting, targeting, targeting: The New York Times looks at how Facebook became an advertising giant, and the journalist who broke the Cambridge Analytica tweeted an invoice about Leave.EU utilizing CA as well
Python API for Phish.AI public and private API to detect zero-day phishing websites
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