Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram May 15, 2019

In this issue: China Spying on Undersea Internet Cables G7 Comes Out in Favor of Encryption Backdoors Defending Democracies Against Information Attacks Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft First Physical Retaliation for a Cyberattack Leaked NSA Hacking Tools from the...
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram April 15, 2019

In this issue: CAs Reissue Over One Million Weak Certificates Zipcar Disruption First Look Media Shutting Down Access to Snowden NSA Archives Mail Fishing TajMahal Spyware New Version of Flame Malware Discovered from the April 15, 2019 Crypto-Gram Newsletter...
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram March 15, 2019

In this issue: Judging Facebook's Privacy Shift from the March 15, 2019 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram February 15, 2019

In this issue: Evaluating the GCHQ Exceptional Access Proposal Public-Interest Tech at the RSA Conference Blockchain and Trust from the February 15, 2019 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram January 15, 2019

In this issue: New Attack Against Electrum Bitcoin Wallets Machine Learning to Detect Software Vulnerabilities Using a Fake Hand to Defeat Hand-Vein Biometrics from the January 15, 2019 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram 15 December 2018

In this issue: Information Attacks against Democracies How Surveillance Inhibits Freedom of Expression Propaganda and the Weakening of Trust in Government from the December 15, 2018 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram 15 November 2018

In this issue: Cell Phone Security and Heads of State New IoT Security Regulations Oracle and "Responsible Disclosure" from the November 15, 2018 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram 15 October 2018

In this issue: Security in a World of Physically Capable Computers from the October 15, 2018 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram 15 September 2018

In this issue: Five-Eyes Intelligence Services Choose Surveillance Over Security Security Risks of Government Hacking Quantum Computing and Cryptography from the September 15, 2018 Crypto-Gram Newsletter by Bruce Schneier read by Dan Henage
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram 15 August 2018

In this issue: New Book Announcement: Click Here to Kill Everybody Reasonably Clever Extortion E-mail Based on Password Theft Defeating the iPhone Restricted Mode 1Password's Travel Mode SpiderOak's Warrant Canary Died Don't Fear the TSA Cutting Airport Security. Be...
Bruce Schneier

Crypto-Gram 15 July 2018

In this issue: Ridiculously Insecure Smart Lock Are Free Societies at a Disadvantage in National Cybersecurity Perverse Vulnerability from Interaction between 2-Factor Authentication and iOS AutoFill The Effects of Iran's Telegram Ban Bypassing Passcodes in iOS Manipulative Social Media...
TechRepublic

How AI-enhanced malware poses a threat to your organization

Malware controlled by artificial intelligence could create more convincing spam, avoid security detection, and better adapt itself to each target, says a new report from Malwarebytes.
TechRepublic

Tech news roundup: HPE Discover 2019, Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency, and Google Cloud’s debacle

This week's TechRepublic and ZDNet news stories include a look at the companies that hire the most data scientists, four significant impacts of a security breach, and a first-hand account of a major hack job.
SC Magazine

ACLU tells Ga. Supreme Court Fourth Amendment should apply to personal data stored by cars

Fourth Amendment protections should apply to personal data in a car’s Event Data Recorder, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) will argue before the Georgia Supreme Court today. The state’s high court is hearing oral arguments in Mobley v. State, which challenges law...
PC Mag

Can Anything Protect Us From Deepfakes?

Along with fake news, forged videos have become a national security concern, especially as the 2020 presidential elections draw near. Researchers at the University of Surrey have developed a solution that might solve the problem.

How Hackers Emptied Church Coffers with a Simple Phishing Scam

Cyber thieves aren't bound by a code of ethics. They look for weak targets and high rewards, which is exactly what Saint Ambrose Catholic offered.