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Recorded January 24, 2020 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio


  • Doug White
    Cybersecurity professor, President of Secure Technology, and Security Weekly network host.
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    Security News

    Security Weekly News -- Week of 24 -- January -- 2020

    1. NY Times Cites Saudi Crown Prince as Source of Bezos phone hack
    2. Saudi Phone hack may have started during Amazon/Aramco deal
    3. The Unicorn Project
    4. The Phoenix Project
    5. Tomato routers added to scanner list of Muhstik Malware
    6. Bezos phone hack and tech report
    7. What happens when you don't update an end of life product?
    8. NSA offers guidance on cloud flaw mitigation
    9. Microsoft says that 250 million customer records may have been exposed.
    10. AI facial recognition may be coming to your neighborhood soon
    11. Your privacy may be going away and AI facial recognition is the least of your worries.
    12. Congress holding hearings on AI Facial Recognition
    13. Sundar Pichai of Google/Alphabet calls for EU style AI regulation
    14. But...The Whitehouse prefers a light touch and doesn't want to risk limiting innovation by banning AI
    15. Facebook ordered by MA judge to hand over information about apps which violated privacy as the lawsuit drags on
    16. FBI seizes a domain and people are arrested for hosting stolen credentials, 12 billion of them supposedly.
    17. A DirectTV satellite may explode in geostationary orbit.