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2019-04-19 | Masato’s Google Search XSS, Industrial companies are finally hiring cybersecurity execs, and How not to acknowledge a data breach
Friday, April 19
Brian Krebs slams Indian IT outsourcing giant, Wipro’s, response to a breach in an aptly titled “How not to acknowledge a data breach”.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
LiveOverflow’s latest: How did Masato find the Google Search XSS?
Amazon super sleuths. Motherboard has a story on how they worked with Police to catch package burglars
More industrial companies are putting an emphasis on hiring cybersecurity execs reports Axios. Dust off that resume :)
Friday reading for you: Pilot and Software engineer Gregory Travis on the 737 and how Boeing’s solution to its hardware problem was software.
Astronaut Scott Kelly’s photos from space are well worth the 5 minutes of your Friday - they’re beautiful!
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