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- NSA publishes list of top vulnerabilities currently targeted by Chinese hackers that should be a guide to your patch management strategy and a reference of flaws to understand and avoid for your DevOps team.
- Nvidia Warns Gamers of Severe GeForce Experience Flaws and adds another page to the book of strange choices for software installation.
- Addressing cybersecurity risk in industrial IoT and OT sounds a lot like addressing risk in software in general. We'll see what the truth and consequences bring...
- Firefox 'Site Isolation' feature enters user testing, expected next year, and shows how effective architecture choices can be in mitigating flaws as well as the long path to seeing those changes come to life. It's a good reminder to see how developers have made implementation and architecture choices to defeat speculative attacks in Safari and Google.
- Google Patches Actively-Exploited Zero-Day Bug in Chrome Browser shows how secure architectures are still weakened by software dependencies.
- Exit Stage Left: Eradicating Security Theater from processes and policies in how we build secure software. Check out the video as well.