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2018-09-19 | Pegasus found active in 45 countries, Georgia sticking with electronic voting only (for now), and Atlantic Council asks Why CVD?
Wednesday, September 19
US lawmakers want stiff penalties for China’s ZTE Corp if it doesn't comply with U.S. laws. The bipartisan bill introduced on Tuesday would reimpose sanctions. Quote from Senator Mark Warner “This bipartisan legislation would ensure that if ZTE once again violates trade restrictions or its agreement with the U.S., it will be held accountable in a significant, painful way."
TWEET OF THE DAY
"Security vulnerabilities are no longer an IT issue, they're now a national security, economic security and more of a public policy discussion." - @beauwoods #WhyCVD - @CyberStatecraft
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
GovPayNow.com Leaks 14M+ Records reports Brian Krebs. Company shrugs it off and says most of the info is public record anyhow. Owner of GovPayNow, Securus Technologies apparently had a breach a few months back per Politico. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice…
Analysis of iOS user heap from an exploiter point of view research by Synacktiv digital security
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Plaintiffs have so far shown that the DRE system, as implemented, poses a concrete risk of alteration of ballot counts that would impact their own votes