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2018-11-16 | Misinformation and spotting deepfakes, Hacking sleep apnea, and Fancy Bear spearphishing
Friday, November 16
Misinformation and deepfakes, how artificial intelligence is fueling the next phase of misinformation. Nieman lab reports on how WSJ is training journalists to spot fake videos
TWEET OF THE DAY
We identified #spearphishing targeting several customers in US Public Sector & Defense Industry, analysis suggests possible ties to APT29, but attribution is ongoing. FireEye Network Security (NX) detected this activity as Malware.Binary.lnk & Suspicious.Backdoor.BEACON - @FireEye
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Joint cyberdefense framework agreed to by DHS and The Pentagon via Cyberscoop
Darktrace AI, unsupervised learning to catch a breach? Skeptics form an orderly queue.
Investigative journalist Emma Best documents how Wikileaks asked LulzSec to target certain governments and politicians.
Australian hacker Mark Watkins helps people who suffer from sleep apnea actually sleep with his open-source creation, SleepyHead reports Motherboard.
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