- Episode 307: Is privacy in pandemics like atheism in foxholes?
- California Attorney General Releases Third Draft of CCPA Regulations
- Episode 306: The (almost) COVID-19-free episode
- Episode 305: NSA’s call detail records program: Travis LeBlanc of the PCLOB
- Episode 304: Unfiltered: An interview with NSA’s former general counsel
JMBM Cybersecurity Lawyer Forum
- Privacy in the time of COVID – 19; Nothing’s Changed, Everything’s Changed
- Significant Changes in California Privacy Regs
- Directors Be Warned – You are Responsible for Your Company’s Data Security
- Hotels and the California Consumer Privacy Act — Loyalty Programs, Data Retention and the Brave New World of Privacy
- Ready, Set, Go. Your Essential Cheat Sheet for CCPA Compliance
Schneier on Security
Bank Info Security
The Cyber Wire
- Hidden dangers inside Windows and LINUX computers.
- Some notes on cyber gangland. South Koren APT using zero days against North Koreans? USB attacks. Telework challenges. CMMC remains on schedule.
- Advice on secure telework. Magecart infestations. DNS hijacking with a COVID-19 twist and an info-stealer hook. Patch notes. The US 5G security strategy.
- APT41 is back from its Lunar New Year break. Commodity attack tools for states and gangs. Russia takes down a domestic carding crew. Restricting misinformation.
- Active ICS threats. TrickBot and TrickMo. RCE vulnerability in Windows. Google ejects click-fraud malware infested apps from Play. Attackers hit WHO, hospitals, and biomedical research.
- Digital Investigations Remain a Major Challenge for Law Enforcement
- Cybersecurity in a Pandemic: What Companies Must Do to Secure Sensitive Data and Information as Workers Transition to Working From Home
- Data Protection and Privacy Officer Priorities 2020 Report
- Massive Overhaul of US Cyber Security Policy Shakes up the Landscape
- Next Generation 911 Systems Vulnerable to DDoS Attacks
IT Security Planet
- Securing Your Remote Workforce: A Coronavirus Guide for Businesses
- Malicious USB Drive Hides Behind Gift Card Lure
- Virgin Media Could Pay GB pound 4.5B for Leak Affecting 900,000 Customers
- The Wild, Wild West(world) of Cybersecurity
- Purported Brute-Force Attack Aims at Linksys Routers as More People Work Remotely
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Help Net Security
- Zeus Sphinx Trojan Awakens Amidst Coronavirus Spam Frenzy
- Why Adversarial Examples Are Such a Dangerous Threat to Deep Learning
- Recalibrate Insider Threat Controls When Your Employees Are Off the Corporate Network
- Do You Know Your Responsibilities When It Comes to Container Security?
- TrickBot Pushing a 2FA Bypass App to Bank Customers in Germany