Defense in Brief #9: Alleged Breach Coverup at Uber, GitHub Security Alerts, and Physical Pen Testing

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Defense in Brief #9: Alleged Breach Coverup at Uber, GitHub Security Alerts, and Physical Pen Testing
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News & Current Events
Uber Hid 2016 Breach, Paying Hackers to Delete Stolen Data
The Supreme Court is Deciding How Easy it Should be for Police to Follow Your Phone
Troy Hunt: Here's What I'm Telling US Congress About Data Breaches
DOJ: Strong encryption that we don’t have access to is “unreasonable” | Ars Technica
How Israel Caught Russian Hackers Scouring the World for U.S. Secrets
Flaw Crippling Millions of Crypto Keys is Worse than First Disclosed
Educational
GitHub Introduces Security Alerts
Inside the Fake Facebook Profile Industry
No Boundaries: Exfiltration of Personal Data by Session-replay Scripts
How I Socially Engineer Myself Into High Security Facilities
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