Risks Digest 31.3
Thursday 17 January 2019
In the Shutdown, the U.S. Government Is Flirting with Cybersecurity Disaster
"Why is my keyboard connected to the cloud?"
USB Type-C Authentication Program Officially Launches
The Super-Secure Quantum Cable Hiding in the Holland Tunnel
America's Electric Grid Has a Vulnerable Back Door -- and Russia Walked Through It.
A Worldwide Hacking Spree Uses DNS Trickery to Nab Data
Dark markets have evolved to use encrypted messengers/dead-drops
A Simple Bug Makes It Easy to Spoof Google Search Results into Spreading Misinformation
Pilot project demos credit cards with shifting CVV codes to stop fraud
Veterans of the News Business Are Now Fighting Fakes
When Chinese hackers declared war on the rest of us
200 million Chinese resumes leak in huge database breach
North Korean hackers infiltrate Chile's ATM network after Skype job interview
Chinese Internet censors turn attention to rest of world
State-backed Hackers Sought and Stole Singapore Leader's Medical Data
Man gets 10 years for cyberattack on Boston Children's Hospital
The Danger of Calling Out Cyberattackers
How a little-known Democratic firm cashed in on the wave of midterm money
Deepak Chopra has a prescription for what ails technology
"How three rude iPhone users ruined an evening"
Re: Escalating Value of iOS Bug Bounties Hits $2M Milestone