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The Myth of Consumer-Grade Security

Schneier on Security

They affect national security. Barr repeated a common fallacy about a difference between military-grade encryption and consumer encryption: "After all, we are not talking about protecting the nation's nuclear launch codes. The thing is, that distinction between military and consumer products largely doesn't exist. They're critical to national security as well as personal security. More consumer products became approved for military applications.

RIM-brain in Movies and TV

The Texas Record

While watching Rogue One , I could not help but notice the implications for the protection and security of Imperial records. Near the end of the movie the Rebel Alliance infiltrates the Imperial Center of Military Research on the planet Scarif (i.e., Ah, working from home!

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Supply Chain Security is the Whole Enchilada, But Who’s Willing to Pay for It?

Krebs on Security

From time to time, there emerge cybersecurity stories of such potential impact that they have the effect of making all other security concerns seem minuscule and trifling by comparison. based tech firm to secretly embed tiny computer chips into electronic devices purchased and used by almost 30 different companies. The chips were alleged to have spied on users of the devices and sent unspecified data back to the Chinese military.

The Hacker Mind Podcast: Shall We Play A Game?

ForAllSecure

Electronic Things. As I got older, I started to play around with computers. By then there were computer games, and at that time it wasn’t the single shooter games. Hammond: As a security researcher, I am hierarchically in their Threat OPs department.

The Hacker Mind Podcast: Shall We Play A Game?

ForAllSecure

Electronic Things. As I got older, I started to play around with computers. By then there were computer games, and at that time it wasn’t the single shooter games. Hammond: As a security researcher, I am hierarchically in their Threat OPs department.