A wide range of cause and effect discussion in this week’s episode.
- What happens when a cellphone gets compromised for one purpose and has unrelated, follow-on consequences?
- Will there be material impact from the recent decrees, executive orders and vocal support by President Biden that additional focus is required on information security, ransomware and corruption?
- What are the downstream impacts of paying, and not paying a ransom and what happens if they are prohibited by law?
- Is doing the mininum amount of security OK, or is the minimum not really the required minimum?
- And more on the security position on data lakes, too.
Join Erik, Brian and Dan as they count their pieces of flair and determine if we are the right fit to keep working at Flingers.
- How Jeff Bezos’ Phone Was Likely Hacked by Saudi Crown Prince MBS
- Watch The Dissident | Prime Video
- Saudi Arabia claims anti-corruption purge recouped $100bn | Saudi Arabia | The Guardian
- How to opt out of (or into) Amazon’s Sidewalk network – The Verge
- Post | Feed | LinkedIn – It’s time for security teams to embrace security data lakes
- Hacking Airplanes – Schneier on Security
- SolarWinds lawsuit expands to include private equity owners
- Supreme Court narrows Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: Misusing access not quite the same as breaking in • The Register
- Supreme Court sides with police officer who improperly searched license plate database – CNNPolitics
- Post | Feed | LinkedIn – Fundamentals of Security > Shiny Technology
- Amazon.com: Office Space [Blu-ray]: Jennifer Aniston, Ron Livingston, Mike Judge: Movies & TV
- Post | Feed | LinkedIn – Security Debt
- Biden to Require Pipeline Companies to Report Cyberattacks – The New York Times
- Biden Describes Combating Corruption as National Security Priority, Orders Interagency Review to Bolster Anti-Corruption Tools including Private Sector Partnerships | News & Resources | Dorsey
- Judge grants definitive suspension of the biometric data registry — e grants definitive suspension of the biometric data registry
- Companies Will be Prosecuted for Paying Ransom: U.S. Dept. of Treasury
- US Treasury Department ban on ransomware payments puts victims in tough position | CSO Online