Newsletter 12, August 23, 2018

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Some interesting stuff that I found online:


My last article on the history of cyber security and how it become a “thing” –

Microsoft’s Defending Democracy Program offers state-of-the-art cybersecurity protection at no extra cost to all candidates and campaign offices at the federal, state and local level, as well as think tanks and political organizations we now believe are under attack –

Excellent tutorial on how to get Google to stop tracking your location for real –

Great keynote at the USENIX Security Conference, talking about the social aspects of security and many others –

NIST Small Business Cybersecurity Act comes into force, within 1 year NIST to issue guidance and a consistent set of resources to help SMBs identify, assess and reduce their cybersecurity risks –

Randomness, possible fix for today’s cyber security-



As part of its effort against fake news Facebook has started rating the trustworthiness of its users on a scale from zero to 1 –

“Technology has emerged as one of the greatest allies of transparency and a critical tool against corruption”, excellent WEF report touching on the technological dimension of trust and integrity –



Cashless society can bring chaos, bankers warn, and 80% of all payments are still done in cash in eurozone –

Australia bans Huawei on selling 5G –



10 Cybersecurity Companies To Watch In 2018 –




Quote of the day:  “There are two ways that a human being can feel confidence. One is knowledge, and the other is ignorance.” — Charles Darwin

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