Welcome to the Security Weekly News Wrap up for the Week of 19 – January – 2020. Bezos got hacked?
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The Unicorn Project, Bezos, AI Facial, FBI Seizes A Domain
- NY Times Cites Saudi Crown Prince as Source of Bezos phone hack
- Saudi Phone hack may have started during Amazon/Aramco deal
- The Unicorn Project
- The Phoenix Project
- Tomato routers added to scanner list of Muhstik Malware
- Bezos phone hack and tech report
- What happens when you don’t update an end of life product?
- NSA offers guidance on cloud flaw mitigation
- Microsoft says that 250 million customer records may have been exposed.
- AI facial recognition may be coming to your neighborhood soon
- Your privacy may be going away and AI facial recognition is the least of your worries.
- Congress holding hearings on AI Facial Recognition
- Sundar Pichai of Google/Alphabet calls for EU style AI regulation
- But…The Whitehouse prefers a light touch and doesn’t want to risk limiting innovation by banning AI
- Facebook ordered by MA judge to hand over information about apps which violated privacy as the lawsuit drags on
- FBI seizes a domain and people are arrested for hosting stolen credentials, 12 billion of them supposedly.
- A DirectTV satellite may explode in geostationary orbit.
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