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2019-01-24 | 20-years in InfoSec, Welcome to phishing 2019, and Centaur robots in the nuclear apocalypse
Thursday, January 24
Can you tell what's fake? Google’s got a damn good phishing quiz and since we’re on the topic, EdgeWave researchers report a new phishing attempt by attackers sending fake voicemails via SMS in “Welcome to phishing 2019”.
TWEET OF THE DAY
The OPSEC lesson of the day is.:
What's done in the dark will come to light.
Don't post anything on the Internet that you wouldn't want your (current or future) colleagues, employers, customers, etc. to see.
Just be a good person. - @marcusjcarey
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
20 Years in InfoSec: Misconceptions, Battle Scars, and Growth, well written and honest read by @malcomvetter. “Security doesn’t change, but our understanding of it just might — and that just might not be a bad thing.”
Zack Whittaker reports about a breach of bank and mortgage information with millions of records representing a decade’s worth of data.
Brian Krebs reports on what the US Government shutdown means for cyber
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