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2018-10-23 | E&C CVD paper, Tor only SIM cards, and Middle East cyber activity heating up
Tuesday, October 23
Energy & Commerce House Committee releases white paper detailing the committee’s investigation and recommendations regarding coordinated vulnerability disclosure (CVD) cybersecurity practices >> "Congress, the rest of the federal government, the private sector, and third-parties should all find ways to support and adopt CVD."
TWEET OF THE DAY
Every website in 2018 - @darylginn
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Middle East cyber activity heating up - Politico has a run down.
IARPA wants you to tell them the future of computing.
Tor only please. A UK firm is currently testing a data only SIM card that blocks any non-Tor traffic from phones.
Dilbert nails it. Comic is 11-yrs old and still on point.
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We should not allow for such broad access to the data of so many on the mere speculation that a suspect may have used a cellphone near the location of the crime.
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