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Risky Business #518 — “Russian Cambridge Analytica” booted off Facebook after token hack

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: More info on the Facebook token hack Facebook boots “Russian Cambridge Analytica” off platform Chinese MSS officer extradited to USA after being lured to Belgium NotPetya linked to Sandworm crew Czech intelligence services kill Hezbollah APT Pentagon travel records pwnt No, Khashoggi’s Apple Watch didn’t record his death Apple takes aim at Australia’s AA Bill US voter records for sale in hack forums PHP…

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September Amber Grant Awarded to The Skirted Soldier | Grants for Women in Business

September Amber Grant Awarded to The Skirted Soldier | Grants for Women in Business Recently, we announced our September Amber Grant Finalists.  Today, we’re thrilled to reveal the $1,000 recipient and the qualifier for our $10,000 year-end Amber Grant. Congratulations to Rhonda Smith, Owner of The Skirted Soldier.  A veteran of the Air Force, Rhonda was kind enough to share her story, from active duty service to entrepreneurship. WN: How did The Skirted Soldier come about? RS: I grew up…

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Risky Business Feature: Named source in “The Big Hack” has doubts about the story

In this podcast hardware security expert Joe Fitzpatrick, a named source in Bloomberg’s “Big Hack” piece, explains why he felt uncomfortable reading the story when it was published. He also provided Risky.Biz with emails he sent to Bloomberg, prior to the story’s publication, that said the hardware back-dooring the article described “didn’t make sense”. Source link

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Monthly bankruptcy filings dropped in September – New Hampshire Business Review

Only one New Hampshire business sought protection By Bob Sanders Published: October 4, 2018 The number of New Hampshire bankruptcy filings fell in September from August, but they remain steady compared to 2017. Some 133 households and businesses filed for protection in September, 25 fewer than August and two more than September 2017. That was quite an improvement from September 2010, when 481 filed. There have been 1,326 filings year to date, maintaining the average of…

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5 Time Management Mistakes Small Business Bloggers Make

Posted by John Rampton on Oct 4, 2018 One of the smartest ways you can grow your business’ online presence is by starting a blog. While having a website is a must, having a blog is a great way to boost your online authority, grow your audience, and create more opportunities to get discovered online thanks to SEO.   Having a blog is very cost efficient in terms of the benefits you can gain from the small investment. Savvy business owners…

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Join Women’s Business Club at The Business Show 2018

Join Women’s Business Club at The Business Show 2018 The Business Show is the longest running business exhibition in the UK opening on the 14th and 15th November at the ExCel London. The show provides a comprehensive one stop shop for business owners of any size to network, learn and buy from cutting edge brands and pioneering professionals currently leading the business arena. Tickets for The Business Show are free and available from greatbritishbusinessshow.co.uk now! The Business Show proves itself…

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Risky Business #516 — The Facebook breach, e2e VOIP court verdict, Uber’s record fine and more

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: Facebook breach impacts 50m accounts US courts deny authorities’ attempted FB messenger wiretap Uber fined $148m for nondisclosure of 2016 breach Fancy Bear-linked UEFI malware appears in wild UK Conservative party conference app leaks like sieve Twitter bans distribution of “hacked material” VPNFilter botnet gets more capabilities Duo arrested over $14m cryptocurrency SIM-swap heist MOAR Links to everything that we discussed are below, including…

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Risky Business #516 — The Facebook breach, e2e VOIP court verdict, Uber’s record fine and more

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: Facebook breach impacts 50m accounts US courts deny authorities’ attempted FB messenger wiretap Uber fined $148m for nondisclosure of 2016 breach Fancy Bear-linked UEFI malware appears in wild UK Conservative party conference app leaks like sieve Twitter bans distribution of “hacked material” VPNFilter botnet gets more capabilities Duo arrested over $14m cryptocurrency SIM-swap heist MOAR Links to everything that we discussed are below, including…

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Risky Business #515 — NSA staffer at centre of Kaspersky scandal jailed

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: Former NSA staffer gets 66 months over incident at heart of Kaspersky scandal Zoho has a very bad week Telco lobby group raises some legit concerns over Australia’s “anti-encryption” legislation Twitter API leaks DMs Equifax fined by UK Yubikey 5 enables passwordless Windows logins Privacy International has an aneurism NSS Labs launches antitrust suit against security software makers MOAR This week’s show is brought…

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Brookstone bankruptcy auction to be held Wednesday – New Hampshire Business Review

Fate of New Hampshire-based retailer as a going concern remains in doubt By Bob Sanders Published: September 26, 2018 The assets of the bankrupt Brookstone retail chain will be auctioned off in a law office on Wednesday in Delaware. Whether the high-end gadget retailer continues as a going concern, and keeps on about 90 employees at its Merrimack headquarters, is another question. Those employees have already been warned they may not have a job in November. There is…

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Risky Business feature: iOS exploits just got a lot more expensive

We’re going to be talking to two people in this podcast and the topic is, for the most part, the introduction of pointer authentication on the latest Apple iPhones. This is a development that flew under the radar of most of the infosec media and it’s significant because it is going to basically wipe out ROP exploits as we know them. There’s no such thing as a perfect mitigation, but Apple has leveraged some recent ARM features to really lock…

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