Welcome to This Week’s [in]Security. Non-Compliance Lesson, DSSv4 related, Skimmers, Other Payments. New breaches: 7 breachers per capita, Shields &...
Welcome to This Week’s [in]Security. Twitter Hack Week 2. Fallout from US Unrest. Covid-19: Spread, Curves, Spikes & Waves. Lockdown, Reopening, & The New Normal. Vaccine Progress. More of the Good, Bad, and Ugly. Inside a Carding Forum. New ATM Jackpotting Attack. New breaches: CouchSurfing 17M. Promo.com 14M, Dave.com 3M, Universities/Blackbaud, Instacart. Family Tree Maker. GEDmatch DNA. 407 ETR. Ransomware: Garamin. Contact tracing app problems. Plaid Class Action. PACT At. Post-quantum Crypto Update. ML & the CFAA. MS TLS sunset. Ontario. Code Freezer. Quantum Internet. Cyber-skills. Anti-Facial Recognition. BadPower attack. PDF Shadow Attack. Alexa Naughtiness. Adobe patches. Inecure apps. Botnet Vigilante. Twilio and DeepSource Code Compromised. Meow DB Attack. Unexpected Packages. FBI and NSA warnings. Biases & Risk. Supply Chain Risk. AI Parody. And more.
The COVID related articles here fit together. Other COVID articles will appear under our normal section headings like regulations, privacy, breaches, and other risks. We have been following coronavirus risks since https://controlgap.com/blog/this-weeks-insecurity-issue-147.
Twitter Hack Week 2:
Fallout from US Unrest:
The spread, curves, spikes, and waves:
Lockdown, reopening, and The New Normal:
Treatments, Testing, Triage, and Trials, and things we learned:
Behaviour - the good, the bad, and the ugly:
Masks, anti-maskers, and distancing:
News and announcements relating to Payment Security, PCI, Card Brands, Payments, Payment Malware and Fraud.
Covering breaches, leaks, data exposures, ransomware (as potential breach), and their fallout.
Articles about privacy related news, risks, and trends.
COVID-19 Contact tracing and surveillance:
News about laws, regulations, and standards affecting security, privacy, technology, and public interest.
Covering developments and opportunities that may help improve security.
Articles about newly discovered vulnerabilities and research.
News covering active trends and events.
Articles covering other types of risks.
COVID-19 Other risks and impact:
A variety of scientific, technical, historical, and more light-hearted news.
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