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Securiosity: Brazen behavior everywhere
Be it China, North Korea or the U.S., the hackers have been brazen this week (or really just outright dumb). We talk to Todd Weller of Bandura Systems about next-gen firewalls, how attackers are also learning to leverage AI and machine learning, and the changing cyber conversation in the C-suite.
Accused 'Vault 7' leaker to face new charges
Joshua Schulte is alleged to have passed classified information to his family and smuggled cell phones into his jail cell.
DNI official: Leaks won’t stop intelligence agencies' digitization
The leaks of sensitive cyber tools will not impede the intelligence community’s push to adopt cloud computing, according to a top intelligence official.
Ex-CIA employee charged in 'Vault 7' leaks
The Vault 7 leaks became public in March 2017 and gave an unprecedented look at the CIA's hacking capabilities.
Ex-CIA employee identified as suspect in 'Vault 7' leaks
The suspect was once employed in technical directorates inside the CIA and NSA.
Senators want spies to disclose more about secret zero-day policy
The Senate Intelligence Committee hopes to learn more about how American spies handle the disclosure of software vulnerabilities continuously discovered by the 16 spy agencies, which are occasionally used as a weak point to hack into computer networks.