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Pipeline Companies Try to Avoid Regulation, Despite Major Hack
"More than eleven thousand gas stations across the southeast. Remain out of gas panic. Buying has drained over half the stations in north carolina and nearly seventy percent of the pumps in washington. Dc this comes. Five days after the colonial pipeline resumed operations after a ransomware hack forced shutdown tomorrow congress will launch a pipeline security bill to prevent future outages. But critics say. It's still missing. Some major safeguards marketplace's scott. Tong kicks us off when something goes wrong with the pipeline like the colonial pipeline hack companies. Do not have to tell the government electricity companies to and if there's a plane incident airlines have to open up the government. Investigators says rob kentucky is a former top cybersecurity as to president obama. They will be doing everything they could to understand what happened. And then they would rapidly sharing that information with other airlines so those airlines could prevent the same thing from happening to that. That's not at all what's happening with this pipeline incident instead. It's a volunteer system of protecting data and sharing information. There are no government mandates or fines just recommendations in the bill in congress would keep it that way thing is a recent survey of pipeline companies. Found that just eight percent actively share information with the rest of the industry and the government that's a woefully low number indie lee at the law firm jones walker. Did this survey. There's not enough charity. And there are too few sticks to ensure that our pipeline industry stakeholders are actively engaging in the budget fan to make sure that they are say. This isn't a new fight nine years ago. Oil and gas lobbyists fought off mandatory rules and now energy trade groups are again. Seeing the industry should oversee itself mark weatherford is dubious strategy head at the national cyber security center which advises government officials. I am not a fan of regulation. And i hate to say this. But you know it's been proven over and over again. That companies are simply not going to self regulate when the public safety is at stake. He says the government needs a bigger role
Microsoft: 92% of vulnerable Exchange servers are now patched, mitigated
"Fast and furious exchange server hack addition. We've reported previously that microsoft released critical updates to fix for vulnerabilities in microsoft exchange servers on march second despite microsoft urging immediate attention to zero day vulnerabilities f secure reports that only about half of the visible exchange servers on the internet have been patched and criminals are attacking tens of thousands of them a day. The uk's national cyber security center recommends those who cannot patch right away should block untrusted connections to port. Four forty two andrew access through vpn. Microsoft has an automatic mitigation tool for unpacked servers. Available in defender
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"The last thing that we need in the state of Texas. If Everyone will adopt the best practice of wearing a face mask. But the governor also announced another ramp up of testing. These kits are being distributed to nursing homes all across the state of Texas, so nursing homes can start doing their own on site testing. Doing that will help free private laboratories get them to kick out test faster. Miran Nierenberg reported an eye popping 5501 cases of Kobe 19 and Bear County Thursday, but only a fraction of those are considered. New 691 our new cases from the last 24 hours. The bulk of the cases that we were reporting tonight are result of a two week delay in reporting from ST Test results. The mayor said 3951 cases were recently reported by the state, while 811 were the result of a backlog from metro health while they converted their database to a new digital system Despite the delay in reporting to the city Nierenberg said Those who tested positive were notified within 3 to 4 days after the test date. There are now 27,047 confirmed cases of the virus and Bear county. And there is some good news that said he saw 1/3 straight day of declining Cove it 19 hospitalizations Thursday with 12 person of staff hospital beds available. We'll Texas is lowering the state's Cove in 19 case count by more than 3400. The Department of State Health Services says San Antonio Metrohealth was not separating probable case numbers. From Auntie Gin tests from confirmed case numbers. The probable cases involve those anti Jin test and have the Thursday 10,291 new covert. 19 cases were reported in the state. Along with 129 new death, setting a new record for a second straight day. The Texas Republican Party's 2020 convention was moved online to the pandemic and now because of technical glitches on Thursday, it's been delayed until noon today. GOP Party chair James Dickey was forced to deliver the bad news to delegates. This was not the kick off that I was expecting for the convention that we've been working for and planning on for three years. And that one Democrat mayor work to unravel the dick. He's referring to Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, who canceled the in person convention due to the pandemic. The US UK and Canada are accusing Russia of trying to steal information from researchers developing a cove it 19 vaccine Virginia Democratic Senator Tim Kaine says there could be problems if it's true vaccine development. I mean, This could affect millions and millions of people, and no one has confidence that the White House will take this seriously and pushback on Russia. Britain's national Cyber Security Center says the group of Russian hackers, known as a PT 29 or cozy bear are trying to steal intellectual property, but it's not clear whether they were successful. They don't believe anyone's private information was exposed. For the third time this week. The federal government is about to put a condemned killer to death, marring last minute court intervention and inmate will die by lethal injection. The federal president, Terra Haute today, Dustin Lihong Qin, who prosecutors called methamphetamine kingpin was convicted of murdering a drug dealer who was cooperating with police. Plus the dealer's girlfriend and her two young daughters back in 1993 calling it arbitrary and capricious. Hawkins attorney has asked the judge to stop it. But the U. S. Supreme Court earlier this week lifted a federal judge's order. It had been blocking Duncan's execution. Executives for the team formerly known as the Washington Redskins, are being accused of sexual harassment and verbal abuse by 15 women who used to work for the N F L team. Former player Scott Walker says the case against the accused of serious I mean,.
"national cyber security center" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Townhall dot com I'm wrong. The state of Georgia has become a legal and political battle round over Corona virus facemask jurisdictions Governor Brian Kempes encouraging people to wear masks butts, declining to make it mandatory. During a press briefing at the White House Thursday, press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says the Trump Administration will not issue a national mask mandate. We leave it to localities to make the decisions with regard to face coverings in the CDC guidelines remain the same today recommended but not required. Meanwhile, sees, he director Robert Redfield stated if every American immediately started wearing masks outside the U. S could have the current virus pandemic under control. And 4 to 8 weeks. Britain, the U. S and Canada accused Russia trying steal information from researchers seeking a covert 19 vaccine. Three nations alleged that hacking Group a PT 29 also known as cozy Bear, and said to be part of the Russian intelligence service is attacking academic and pharmaceutical research institutions involved in Corona virus vaccine development. Retton's National Cyber Security Center made announcement, which is coordinated with authorities in the U. S on Canada. The persistent and ongoing attacks are seen by intelligence officials as an effort to steal intellectual property that zero Shockley reporting. Attorney General William Barr is accusing Hollywood and US tech firms of collaborating with the Chinese government to do business there. BAR says China's engaged in an economic blitzkrieg and aggressive orchestrated Whole of government in the whole of society campaign to seize the commanding heights of the global.
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"That during a Facebook live session that the U. S needs to hit the reset button to get a grip on stopping the spread of the Corona virus, she says it's time to regroup. Take a time out, take a more measured approach to stopping this virus part of the problem, he says. Some states opened too early, some open correctly. But then the citizenry didn't comply with public health mandates. Then there was the hesitation by elected leaders to listen to the science is the virus became or understood? Such as with the changing science on Mass Square as the information changes, then you have to be flexible enough and humble enough to be able to change how you think about things, he says. Right now, the most important thing Americans can do is wear a mask. And then practice physical distancing. I'm Jim Room CVS and target are the latest major retailers to require face coverings be worn by customers corresponding. Cristina Alesci says targets mandatory facemask policy takes hold of his first target said that it's going to try and ease the burden on consumers by making the mass available, making three masks available before consumers walk in adding signage, making sure that the overhead systems in the scores remind people to keep Their masks on the mass policy takes hold of CVS stores on Monday. Security services warn that Russian spies are targeting organizations trying to develop a Corona virus vaccine in the U. S. Canada and the U. K U. K's National Cyber Security Center. Said that vaccine research, though, had not been hindered by the hackers. Russia denied responsibility, Fire officials say the Pacific Gas and Electric transmission lines sparked a wildfire in California's wine country last year. The destroyed hundreds of homes. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection issued the finding today..
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"Coming up on Corwin taken short line where police have killed the suspect who stabbed a man and a dog coming to time. 11 o'clock. From ABC News, Michelle Franzen as Corona virus cases continue to increase for the majority of states and some businesses or re closing. Another wave of jobless claims is adding to the strain. Another 1.3 million Americans filed new claims for unemployment insurance last week about the same as the week before and steady at a staggeringly high level. The picture on the retail front was a little bit better retail sales in June We're up 7.5%. But experts point out that's a lagging indicator and may not account for the resurgence in Corona virus cases in much of the country. ABC is Aaron Carter ski today House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at her weekly briefing, calling on Senate lawmakers to pass another stimulus bill for Americans, business owners and schools. Two months ago, she says. The House passed the Heroes Act. We have to $230 billion specifically for the schools. And then we have nearly a trillion dollars for state and local government, which I remind you is 1/2 of what they gave away in their tax break 83% of the benefits going to the top. 1%. Senate leaders say they're working on a separate stimulus plan. Ah, warning for companies working on vaccines. The US UK and Canada all saying on Thursday that Russian hackers were attempting to steal the research. Cyber espionage group associated with the Russian intelligence services has attempted to hack into Corona virus vaccine research in the U. S. Britain and Canada. That's according to a report from the UK is National Cyber Security Center. The US National Security Agency agreed with that report. The report lays out indicators of compromise and detection rules for companies involved in vaccine research and warns that the group referred to as a PT 29 is quote likely to continue to target organizations involved in Cove in 19 vaccine research and development. The NSA cyber security director said the report would help to encourage everyone to take the threat seriously. Kathryn Folders, ABC NEWS Washington You're listening to ABC News stay connected to stay informed. Cho, Mo midday and nobody once again a final hour of the morning commutes and we'll check out your traffic for you. Just a couple minutes around Tom Butler. With our top story for two Come on, 24 7 News Center, 71 partly sunny in downtown Seattle. These are our top stories. Police in shoreline shot and killed a knife wielding man after the man stabbed a dog Walker and his dog almost core would take with the update from the scene. Police say the suspect was holding the knife and refused to drop it when sheriff's deputies opened fire, killing him, Sergeant Ryan Abbott with the King County Sheriff's Office says. The stabbing victim was walking his dog down his private driveway when the unknown assailant attacked the suspect stabbed the.
"national cyber security center" Discussed on WJR 760
"In Jacksonville, Florida next month. The new plans will mean smaller crowds, fewer speeches and the use of indoor and outdoor venues. For the candidacy of President Trump to be renewed attendance will be limited to the 2500 regular RNC delegates, alternates and guests will bring the total attendance to about 7000. The GOP and President Trump moved the convention from Charlotte, North Carolina, where Democrats would not allow a full scale in person convention. The U. S government has killed a killer, 68 year old Wesley Perky, was executed this morning at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana for the 1998 murder and dismemberment of a 16 year old girl. In Missouri. Opponents of capital punishment went to the Supreme Court to try to save perky, but the court ruled 5 to 4 to allow the execution. A 16 year old girl was not the only person that perky killed prior to that conviction. Perky pleaded guilty to using a claw hammer toe bludgeoned to death. An 80 year old woman who had polio and walked with a cane. He got a life sentence for that. The Justice Department was allowed to execute the killer of a family of 32 days ago. The U. S. Britain and Canada say Russia is trying to steal information from researchers who are trying to come up with a covert 19 vaccine. Here's correspondent John Stolen, Three allies say a hacking group called a PT, 29 also known as cozy Bear. Is going after pharmaceutical research institutions who are involved in the vaccine process. Britain's National Cyber Security Center made the announcement in coordination with the U. S and Canada and say the hackers are trying to steal intellectual property but are not trying to disrupt their research. The U. S has identified cozy Bear as one of two Russian government linked hacking groups who broke into the Democratic National Committee computer network and stole emails ahead of the 2016 presidential election. I'm John Stillness. Johnson and Johnson says it expects to begin a late stage human trial for its potential Corona virus vaccine in late September. That would be ahead of schedule. Initial weekly jobless claims in the US are 1.3 million for the week ending July 11th. Governor Whitmer warns Corona virus is making a comeback in Michigan You know we pushed that curve down. That was, you know tens of thousands of lives that we saved in the month of a, you know, March April and may when we were really good about following the protocols, but we've started to let her guard down, and that's why covert 19 numbers are growing. If people khun mascot we can stay engaged where we are in phase for in most parts of the state governor tells Kevin Dietz. People in their twenties and thirties are now the main carriers in Michigan. Fiat Chrysler will get a new name Fiat Chrysler has merged with group say, which is Peugeot of France. And the new name for the company is still antis. It means still. Oh, In Latin and the meaning in Latin is to brighten the stars. The company say the new group will be led by the CEO Carlotta Virus with Fiat Chrysler's chairman, John Elkin, as the chairman of the board of the new company. Stay at home Waters are pretty good for takeout restaurants. Domino's pizza, for example, the profits are up at Domino's. A slice of dominoes stock will cost you $423 a share. Today is the 25th anniversary of the creation of Amazon. The Dow Jones industrials were down 97 for W. J. R knew is I'm Decatur More with Chris Randwick in two minute living through a pandemic has.
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"Policy. China's new national security law in Hong Kong has left Australia to resort to some tough measures of its own. Some Hong Kong residents now unhappy with the new restrictions in their hometown, Khun stay with an extended visa in Australia. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison also made a major announcement about Australia's extradition treaty with China. Castrated eyes taken steps to suspend our extradition agreement. The PM announced a range of visas that will be extended from 2 to 5 years and office of Pathways the permanent residency visas. Critics view the new security legislation in Hong Kong is a further deterioration of freedoms in response to last year's math, the protest calling for greater democracy and more police accountability. I'm Karen Schama's New York City Mayor, Bill de Blasio grabbed a roller Thursday to paint black lives matter in front of the name. ST Manhattan Tower. President Trump Blasio is flanked by his wife, Chirlane McCray and the Reverend Al Sharpton. News and analysis at townhall dot com. I'm Keith leaders in Washington. Retton's telecom giant. BT has warned that the removal of the Chinese firm away from its five Jean network within a short timeframe could lead to blackouts among PTS. Customer. The government is currently considering a report from G C H Q's National Cyber Security Center. Which may lead to a decision to ban far away from any role in the UK is five G networks. This morning. Telecoms executives told MPs that removing the Chinese firms equipment in a hurry would have severe consequences for customers. Seti's chief technology officer, Howard Watson said stripping out all the kit within three years would mean blackouts for phone customers on existing to G and for G networks, as well as five G throughout the country. Vodafone executive had a similar message. BBC correspondent Rory Chelan Jones reporting, while Wei has come under deep scrutiny for its links to the Chinese state. More on these stories, a townhall dot com If you could do one thing that changed you forever,.
"national cyber security center" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Up close time. According to the register the contact tracing APP that the National Health Service of the United Kingdom has been developing on its own as a centralized APP. Because it didn't want to use the decentralized framework provided by Google Apple does not appear to work unless the APP in question is running in the foreground and the phone is kept awake and unlocked. Oh and it will also ask users for locations something that the Google and apple systems specifically will not allow APPs to do quoting from the register. The apple not as it stands work all the time on IOS nor android since version eight the operating systems won't allow the tracing application to Broadcast ID via Bluetooth to surrounding devices when it's running in the background and not inactive use apple's IOS forbids it and newer Google android versions limited to a few minutes after the APP falls into the background. That means that unless people have the NHL APP running in the foreground and their phones awake most of the time the fundamental principle underpinning the entire system that phones detect. Each Other won't work. It will work if people open the APP and leave it open and the phone unlocked but if you close it and forgets reopen it or the phone falls asleep the apple not broadcast it's ide- and no other phones around. You will register that you've been close by. There's a handy video of someone in Australia's showing this Australia by the way has gone for a similar system with its covert safe. App and quote so that all seems pretty sub optimal right. The whole point of using phones is that you don't have to actively do anything. The phone just does the proximity sensing for you. And as for the location issue this comes from vice quote in Levy Technical Director of the National Cyber Security Center which developed the APP tried to reassure..
UK Labour Party hit by cyber attack ahead of election
"The main opposition party in Britain the labor party says it has been the subject of a large scale cyber attack just over four weeks before the country holds a general election he has no when Smith I think the interesting thing is labor decided to go public with this which suggests they believe it was a sufficiently serious attack they talk about it being large scale and sophisticated that clearly didn't represent some sort of challenge to that digital platforms they reported it to the national cyber security center but I guess why you know it matters even more in this election is because we know social media and digital platforms on our increasingly crucial in election campaigns
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"The process of the sophisticated targeting of its digital platforms didn't succeed because of the robust security systems house the party is confident the no data breach occurred the intrusion has not been referred to the national cyber security center officials have to sometime be appealing for a coordinated approach across all parts of government to combat this information and protect the electoral system Britain is holding a national election on December 12 but he's struggling with election laws that have not yet been updated to face the digital age Charles Taylor this month London
The Latest: UK Labour Party hit by large-scale cyberattack
"The process of the sophisticated targeting of its digital platforms didn't succeed because of the robust security systems house the party is confident the no data breach occurred the intrusion has not been referred to the national cyber security center officials have to sometime be appealing for a coordinated approach across all parts of government to combat this information and protect the electoral system Britain is holding a national election on December twelfth but he's struggling with election laws that have not yet been updated to face the digital age Charles Taylor this month London
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"Division lead with a clenched fist. A closed hand a hard heart to demonize your Ponant spew hatred. They don't need me, they'd got President Donald Trump. Our country. Democratic public is independence different bat, not back to a path that never was, but your future fulfills our trooper tential as a country. Let's hear from some of those democratic rivals. Now, I former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper governor, thank you for joining us this morning about you just heard from vice president Biden, there, he, he's pitched the core of his pitch, so far as bringing the country together calming things down. He says he can build bridges to Republicans to get things done now. That's exactly will you've been focusing on as well. Why can you do it better than Joe Biden? Well, you know, I'm running for president because Donald Trump has been fuelling this national crisis of division and taking country backwards. And the answer is not socialism in Colorado, we were able to bring business and nonprofit together Democrats, Republicans do get almost universal healthcare covers to become the number one comedy in America and to beat the NRA with tough gun laws. I've, I've been a an entrepreneur and gover and most of my adult life. I've been able to bring people together again and again and get tough progressive things done. The people said, we couldn't do, I think it's time to replace the nonsense in Washington with some common sense. You say the answer is not socialism obviously peers to be a reference to Bernie Sanders. But are you confident that this consensus building exactly what Democrats are looking for a lot of the most energized voices in the party are saying that it's time for being bold, even radical solutions. Well, but you spend my whole life as I. Said bringing people together and getting big progressive things done where the Colorado almost a number one. Well, it is the number one Connie in the country, we've achieved almost universal healthcare coverage and we beat the NRA with tough tough gun laws. I think the real challenge is how do we get that nonsense? That's taken over Washington and replace it with commonsense. That's the slogan, you've hit on. And I know you more you're going to be talking about foreign policy, laying your foreign policy vision as well in your speech council on foreign relations and part of that speech that we've seen you call out fellow Democrats. Some Democrats recoiling from pass American foreign policy stakes by looking to withdraw from our global leadership role. I refuse to join their retreat referring to there. Well, you know, I mean, let's frame, it that Donald trunks, isolationist and reckless farm policy has actually made our country less safe as tariff wars heard our Konomi, and Trump and some in my own party who. Well, I don't want to name names, but there, but they have withdrawn from they would have the United States withdrawal from global engagement, and that makes us less safe. The only way to full security is through constant engagement, and by reviving US leadership. We actually make our, our countries safer, but we also make it more prosperous. You say you don't want to name names, but you're running for president against twenty two other Democrats right now are any of those twenty to any of those call for their treat your calling out right there. Almost all the other Democrats, not all, but many of the other Democrats feel that we should back away from fair and open trade. And I believe that only through, you know, constant gauge -ment and building up that trailer, we're going to get to full security, and I think, as we revive leadership, we're able to not only make our country safer. But as I said, we're going to be able to be more prosperous at the same time when it comes to foreign policy, vice-president Biden. Tasr years of experience in the Senate, and vice president our next two guests. Both served in the military what qualifies you to be commander and chief well in Colorado, I set up a national cyber security center in Colorado Springs, worked on the in-state, deployment of the national guard or closely with our military leadership around the operations of our six military bases, including NORAD, I've gone out on over a dozen economic development trips of built relationships with leaders around the world, what places like Israel. We've had a partnership that addresses terrorism water conservation cyber security. I mean, there's a law of a portfolio their places where I've been engaging in active affairs, your way back in the pack right now about one percent in the George two percent, depending on the poll. You're right. If some of the some to someone that that's true. But in order to get any traction, you're gonna have to start taking on these other candidates, aren't you? I think little by little, but again the focus, I'm running because this country is a national crisis of division. And I looked by whole life. I've been able to bring people together and get stuff done. I think I'm the one candidate when you look at the long record of what they've gotten done I can bring. I really believe I can bring some common sense, where right now in Washington. You see nothing but nonsense, a lot of Democrats concerned, not only about the White House, but also trying to get the Senate back. And I know the Chuck Schumer the Senate Democratic leaders talked to you in the past about maybe forgoing, the presidential race and taking on Cory Gardner for the Senate any chance you're gonna do that if you're presidential campaign doesn't take off. Well, I think I'd be. The difficult Canada's a Senator been my whole life putting teams together, both as an entrepreneur, the private sector, but also as mayor and as a governor. And by building those teams we've been able to, to bring people together and do the big progressive things that people said couldn't be done. And that's the only way we're gonna find, you know, only way we're going to be able to bring some some common sense to Washington. Hickenlooper? Thanks for joining us this morning. You bet. Thank you. We're gonna be right back after this ABC stations. Hi, I'm Jay drumming. Thumping.
"national cyber security center" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"One triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before we go back to all of your great phone calls this show, some interesting items across my desk and screamed I of which. It was the big Facebook f eight conferences past week and throughout history. It seems like whenever Facebook get self in jam. They do these whole political PR moves, right? Mark Zuckerberg came out this past week and said, we are going to be redesigning Facebook. We're actually going to change it from a public town hall to vehicle for private conversations. So instead of the news feed, you're gonna message only in private groups, not the entire World War. But the problem is the design you say, they're only one two three degrees of separation with every Facebook user. So as soon as someone in one private group context anyone another private group. It's pretty much back to square one. So few other things at the beginning of this. Keynote Mark Zuckerberg said the future is private. That that brings us to his other idea for grows for privacy is key things like health support groups were members composed without having their names appear. Sounds like you can be anonymous. But no word how this applies to advertisers and advertising on Facebook. They also refreshed the messenger app. They're releasing a desktop app. And remember what he said he wanted to camera and every living room? Well, now, they're portable video chat device. It's not only throughout the United States. But it's going to Europe and privacy is their new favorite buzzword. But now, they're also asking you to make a list to nine of your Facebook friends, who you might have a romantic interest. So you just have to come with the nine folks on your Facebook friends list, you say, you know, I wasn't married or if I was single this is really who. I'd want to go out with I can't imagine anything going wrong with that at any given point ever. They say part of Facebook dating that's available in twenty countries right now somehow that doesn't include the United States quite yet. And they also. Want to dive in with more a an algorithm to they say to help stop fake news and those videos and hate speech because they see how well it's been working out over at YouTube. And when Zuckerberg said something, we listen because it's kind of like a study of the human condition by comparing what he actually says what he's actually doing doesn't always line up. So just because Mark Zuckerberg says I am champion for your privacy right now. Doesn't really mean that he is kind of like if you stand in the garage. Do you really become a car not so much? All right moving along. Let's talk about your password. Password prediction is perfect. I can't wait till it goes away. Microsoft this past week said we need to get rid of passwords like, yeah. Yeah. Thank. Well, the u k national cyber security center did a study with have I been honed on a triumphant, and they looked at various databases of breached accounts. It wasn't good at the top of the list of past juice should never use. But apparently, everybody's still does it's very disappointing to me onto three or five six they found that pass for us for over twenty three million accounts around the world. The silver medal goes to the more advanced version of the same password. Are you ready? They're gonna make extra tricky one three or five six seven eight nine. Yes. Eight nine K those extra three characters aren't going to stump. Even the dumbest crooks rounding out the top five quarter, followed by the least original password password and finally pass for that. I don't use one one one one one K whatever you do don't run down piece of paper unless it's one two three four five six because then your co workers would have guessed that one anyway. All right moving along organ. Transplants are serious business. This is amazing. The waiting list incredibly long, but logistics behind the process can leave many patients with delays and complications every second counts and organs arriving on time. Commune the difference between a patient's reviving one more day versus years, and it's not easy getting the organs from pointing to be that's where drones come in. For the first time in history. Research is Maryland has successfully flown a kidney transplant patient using aerial drone. See the drones are also outfitted with sensors that monitor the condition of the organ hospital staff has direct control. The vehicles flight instruct rate the world's first drone powered organ. Delivery was a ten minute flight over two point seven miles of train outside. Baltimore. Get this flight was the first temp.
"national cyber security center" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"One triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before we go back to all of your phone calls this show, some interesting items across my desk and screamed I of which s it was the big Facebook f eight conferences past week and throughout history. It seems like whenever Facebook gets self in a jam. They do these whole political PR moves, right? Well, Mark Zuckerberg came out this past week and said we are going to be redesigning. Facebook. We're actually going to change it from public town hall to a vehicle for private conversations. So instead of the news feed you're going to a message only in private groups, not the entire world anymore. But the problem is the design you say, they're only one two three degrees of separation with every Facebook user. So as soon as someone in one private group context anyone another private group. It's pretty much back to square one. So a few other things at the beginning of this. Keynote Mark Zuckerberg said the future is private novel. Is that that brings us to his other? I differ groups for privacy is key things like health support groups were members composed without having their names appear. Sounds like you can be anonymous. But no word how this applies to advertisers advertising on Facebook. They also refresh the messenger app they're releasing a desktop apple later and remember what he said he wanted a camera and every living room. Well, now, they're portable video chat device. It's not only available throughout the United States. But it's going to Europe and privacy is there. New favorite buzzword? But now, they're also asking you to make a list up to nine of your Facebook friends, who you might have a romantic interest. So you just have to come with the nine folks on your Facebook friends list, you say, you know, I wasn't married or if I was single this is really who. I'd want to go out with I can't imagine anything going wrong with that at any given point ever. They say it's part of Facebook dating that's available in twenty countries right now somehow that doesn't include the United States quite yet. And they also want to dive in with more AI and algorithms to they say to help stop fake news in those videos and hate speech because they see how well it's been working out over at YouTube. And when Zuckerberg said something we listened because it's kind of like a study of the human condition by comparing of what he actually says to what he's actually doing doesn't always line up. So just because Mark Zuckerberg says I am champion for your privacy right now. Doesn't really mean that he is. It's kind of like if you stand in the garage. Do you really become a car not so much? All right moving along. Let's talk about your password password. Protectionism perfect. I can't wait until it goes away. Some guy at Microsoft this past week said we need to get rid of passwords like, yeah. You think? Well, the u k national cyber security center did a study with have I been postponed on Troy hunt. And they looked at various databases of breached accounts. It wasn't good at the top of the list of pass reduce should never use. But apparently, everybody's still does it's very disappointing to me on three or five six they found that pass reviews for over twenty three million accounts around the world, the silver medal goes to the more advanced version of the same password. Or are you ready to they're going to make extra tricky one two three four five six seven eight nine. Yes. Seven eight nine K, those extra three characters aren't going to stump. Even the dumbest FOX rounding out the top five quarter, followed by the least original password password and finally the password that I don't use one one one one one one K whatever you do don't run down on piece of paper unless it's one two three four five six because then your co. Workers would have guessed that one. Anyway. Are moving along organ. Transplants are serious business. This is amazing.
"national cyber security center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Way to join us once again or the you have one two or eight five questions about something digital. I am sure you do. Just go ahead and pick up the phone now or on your smartphone. One triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before we go back to all of your phone calls this show, some interesting items that crossed my desk in first of which it was the big Facebook f eight conference this past week and throughout history. It seems like whenever Facebook gets self in a jam. They do these whole political PR moves, right? Mark Zuckerberg came out this past week and said we. We are going to be redesigning Facebook. We're actually going to change it from public town hall to a vehicle for private conversations. So instead of the news feed, you're going to a message only in private groups, not the entire world anywhere. But the problem is the design you say, they're only one two three degrees of separation with every Facebook user. So as soon as someone in one private group context anyone another private group. It's pretty much back to square one. So few other things at the beginning of this. Keynote Mark Zuckerberg said the future is private. Novel that that brings us to his other idea for groups for privacy is key things like health support groups were members composed without having their names appear. Sounds like you can be anonymous. But no word how this applies to advertisers and advertising on Facebook. They also refreshed the messenger app. They're releasing a desktop app later and remember what he said he wanted a camera and every living room. Well, now, they're portable video chat device. It's not only throughout the United States. But it's going to Europe and privacy is their new favorite buzzword. But now, they're also asking you to make a list up to nine of your Facebook friends, who you might have a romantic interest. So you just have to come with the nine folks on your Facebook friends list, you say, you know, if I wasn't married, or if I was single this is really who I want to go out with I can't imagine anything going wrong with that at any given point ever. They say it's part of Facebook dating that's available in twenty countries right now somehow that doesn't include the United States quite yet. And they also. Want to dive in with more a and algorithms to they say to help stop fake news in those videos and hate speech because they see how well it's been working out over at YouTube. And when soccer Berg said something we listened because it's kind of like a study of the human condition by comparing of what he actually says to what he's actually doing doesn't always line up. So just because Mark Zuckerberg says I am champion for your privacy right now. Doesn't really mean that he is kind of like if you stand in the garage. Do you really become a car not so much, right? Moving along. Let's talk about your password password. Protectionism perfect. I can't wait until it goes away, some guy Microsoft is past week said we needed to get rid of passwords like, yeah. Yeah. Thank. Well, the UK national cyber security center did a study with have I been postponed on Troy hunt. And they looked at various databases of breached accounts. It wasn't good at the top of the list of past reduce should never use. But apparently, everybody's still does it's very disappointing to me onto three or five six they found that pass reviews for over twenty three million accounts around the world. The silver medal goes to the more advanced version of the same password. Are you ready because they're gonna make extra tricky one two three four five six seven eight nine. Yes. Seven eight nine K, those extra three characters aren't going to stump. Even the dumbest crooks rounding out the top five corny followed by the least original password password and finally the password that I don't use one one one one one one k whatever you do don't run down piece of paper unless it's one two three four five six because then your co workers would have guessed that one anyway. Are moving along organ. Transplants are serious business. This is amazing. The waiting list incredibly long, but logistics behind the process can leave many patients with delays and complications every second counts and Oregon's arriving on time. Can mean the difference between patients surviving one more day versus years, and it's not easy getting the organs from pointing to point B. That's where drones come in for the first time in history. Researches in Maryland have successfully flown a kidney transplant patient using aerial drone. See the drones are also outfitted with sensors that monitor the condition of the Oregon hospital staff has direct control over the vehicle's flight instruct rate the world's first drone powered organ. Delivery was a ten minute flight over two point seven miles of terrain outside. Baltimore get this flight was the first ten with an actual Oregon and ended up saving the life nursing.
"national cyber security center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"All day. We've got a lot going on all the show at three o'clock brewer time, Jan brewer former governor of Arizona, MAC and Gaydos, political insider also at four forty five make sure you're registered for the KTAR cash. The the giveaway that we're giving away. Call for cash is coming up at four forty five that could be another thousand dollars in your pocket also actually in for a very excited. Go. What is it piece of blow that nose into it? I'm not going to blow my a piece of paper. Tissues in here. I have issues back in the office. I will be fine. Okay. Yeah. I know allergies are still bugging, y'all. Like, you wouldn't believe I'll make fun of you today. And then I'm sure I'll get hit with tomorrow. It's bugging everybody. I hope not all that yellow crap out there. It's called pollen. Yeah. I feel like it just goes like all the way into your nose into your brain. That's what that's what happened. Yes. There's a cyber security agency releasing the one hundred thousand most commonly used passwords in the world. If you have any one of these they implore you to change them. What do you think the number one password that needs to be changed is got to be one two three four five? Right. It's got to be that one pretty interesting that you say that of all the small things in life picking a secure password is nothing to mess with. But a bunch of people out there are clearly nineties music fans and blink one eighty two sounded safe enough to us. No kidding in the category of musical artists. The most heck password is blink one eighty two. I never would have thought that. I gotta tell you. That's a brilliant password. Yeah. Because every time you do a password. You've got to have your letters go into numbers. Now. You do. Yeah. Blink one eighty two. I mean, that's I don't I don't like the band or you can do fifty cent. I guess that's a number a letter put together. I don't think you can go numbers before letters. Can you fifty cent? Yeah. Blink one eighty two. If your password is blink one eighty to change it. Okay. According to a new study from the UK's national cyber security center, the ideas that people think they're slick because the password contains letters and numbers, according to match people or they're just die hard fans know, blink one eighty bassist and vocalist. Mark hoffitz can't seem to believe what he's seeing in tweeted you guys. You can't tweet guys unless you want a smiley face at the end. I guess I read the tweet it said you guys period. So how does he interpreted it as you guys? I don't know the end says the top ten most common passwords included, the usual suspects like one two three four five six one four five six to twenty three point two million victims victim. Yes. The breakdown of the most common passwords that led to security breaches worldwide. Wow. Twenty three point two million victims had one two three four five six cordy. Cordy was there I don't get eight. What's that look at your keyboard? Tom. Some W E RT, y so I read this this morning, right? And it said Corey and I'm looking at him like, I don't get is that a word that. I don't know. Right. What has happening here? Right. It is not that is you're right left of your keyboard. Right. Which was used by twenty three point two. All right others. Tried to be sneaky and added a few more numbers, but one two three four five six seven eight nine is still Hackel and seven point seven million accounts used that combo as a password so one two three four five six seven eight nine. We have Corey just to be safe the security center recommends using three random but memorable terms in password. I remember back in nineteen ninety eight I was working at a radio station in Texas, and the IT guy said do do not make your password password, and I thought dumb enough to use the word password as your password. How many people three point six million people idiots were were victims of security breaches worldwide because their password was password you've got to change your password junior because the most popular fictional character. Password superman. Yep. Superman catego- Batman. Yeah. I don't know. Who are you te'o is no Ruto. I don't know who that is. I'm gonna Google that Google that to poke Oman. I'll I'll got to change his are Antigone Ruto tigger with a t now Ruto. That's a Pokemon thing. Oh, is it? Oh, he's a Japanese man, Jeff series sky Pokemon thing, right? No, ma'am, manga or manga is a is a different type of comic. He's a character. Mingo. Also, Metallica is apparently a pretty popular musician pass. I guess no one eighty two you got. All right, right. I coming up next. It's brewer. Former Arizona governor jamboree MAC and Gaydos, political insider Mexican soldiers are pointing guns at our troops along the border should Trump take that as a declaration of war last brewer next.
"national cyber security center" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware
"And it's it's going to be interesting because with the five G rollout, and the prices that while I offers on five G, it is going to be normally tempting for a lot of countries to opt into their system. This is a huge battle for the next generation and telecommunications equipment to bring five G online in part because there's going to be so much more equipment when you're talking about this super short the the high frequency stuff that the short range five G stuff. You're talking about putting lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of little tiny towers all over cities, and that's lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of revenue so, you know, hallways already embedded in a lot of countries at this point. I it, you know. You know? I just thought it was interesting. You know to finally see because we we haven't gotten a lot of it was just like alway bad and one of the the sort of Defcon insider backstory channel kind of stories with somebody who's like well. It's not any worse than a lot of our equipment. But you see. Are three letter agencies have access to our equipment, but our theater agencies don't have access to their equipment and their three letter agencies do and. That was I will I will put that in the hype and rumor the unsubstantiated claim buckets, but you know, I it it's also interesting to look, you know, one of the things that mister Satari auto points out is is that while way, you know, see me there's concerns about hallway. But there's also greater concerns inside the British government. Just like there are in the United States government, the the China as a nation is during a tremendous amount of hacking and trying to break in the infrastructure and trying to steal data and information, so. I'm curious to see how it goes. You know, the kind of damning part on this report was that quote. There remains no end to end integrity. So they they they couldn't really guarantee what software was going where what time and that means, you know, we we talk a lot when we talk about open source programs. Some of the advantages of open source is hey sources up on get hub. For example. If you haven't heard about it, we talked about on tech thing this week fire FOX send which is a open source tool. That is allowing fire FOX users to send up to two point five gigahertz files. Encrypted and basically ended encryption, and it will sort of make us files available for up to a week. So if I am a code nerd, if I am a a talented program or I can go, and I can read through that code, and I can look for things. Don't want to be there. It's all, you know, harder. If not right just flat out impossible to do that. When you're talking about, you know, private, you know, privately you just, you know, co that comes from a corporation. And then if they don't even really guarantee what they're putting oil. We'll we'll load whatever's fresh at that point, you know, that's that's complicated. Oversimplifying and drawing this this picture with crayons rather than anything, particularly fine and detailed. But it was interesting to see now, admittedly, you know, Great Britain is longtime ally the United States, they tend to sort of lean our direction and when the wind blows. But. You know, they they are very. It was nice to see the that. They're coming up with reasons to justify their concerned. Also, it was interesting that the, you know, the the head of the national cyber security center that you know, we're we're keeping their stuff out of the sensitive parts of the network. We have good oversight. There's no need to ban. It just beware. So. We wait. Betas definitely. Yeah. That's our tagline. That's the history. History. There's obviously some paranoia involved with this. I mean, obviously, why does a lot more than just make five G equipment. But right. You know, their mobile phones are I think second in the world, but they're they're huge in Asia rice, some of the other countries..
Huawei 5G risk can be managed, say UK cybersecurity bosses
"But for the United States and its allies big debate has been about whether the Chinese technology giant Weiwei can be trusted to help build up that new infrastructure, the US, Australia and New Zealand have already bad the company from providing key equipment for their networks. Now, a report from the UK's national cybersecurity center has concluded that any risks posed to British security by allowing. Wow way in can be managed our technology. Correspondent is Rory. Caitlin jones. What his the UK government like many governments is in the process of deciding whether or not while they should be banned from the next generation of five G networks this organization the national cyber. Security center is probably the key organization feeding into that review. And it has got a lot of experience. It's been running an annual review of equipment for the last four or five years. So it reckons it knows what the risks saw it knows where this equipment should be used in where it shouldn't do and it's giving a balanced assessment. And I think this report will be widely welcomed by the mobile phone operators who are desperate. Frankly, not have while way banned from the network, doesn't it worry, you authorities that there is a growing list of countries who have banned while way five g technology already. So I think the UK government will be worried about the politics of it. And that comes from a lot of pressure from the United States, telling its allies that they shouldn't be using this company and to those allies, Australia and New Zealand have already in effect, not exactly bandit. But have said they will be stopping away from entering those. Gene networks, so that will be on the UK's mind. The UK government believes that he has got the best insights that there are into the technology here. And they keep coming back to the fact that this is all about risk. This is not about anything having been found. Nobody's actually found a back door. It will always over the years. And while way has the unique selling point that it is more technologically advanced than other competitors. Is that right? Yeah. It's widely regarded as being the leader in this field of developing these equipment for five G. You know, there are people who suggested it's got there over the years by a lot of copying. But he spends more on our d than just about any company on earth is a quip is widely regarded as better and until recently was also cheaper than its rivals. While we says, it has no links to the government in Beijing. Aides not dependent on them it pays its taxes. Otherwise, independent is that possible in modern China. Well, that is the big question, whatever the lack of evidence of actual votes or surveillance equipment inside the big worry is that in the final analysis is a Chinese company and Chinese companies are thought to be beholden to the Chinese state. So the concern is that. Yeah. Everything may be fine. Now what happens down the line if there are added tensions between China and the west and the Chinese government says, listen, you're a company do what we say. This isn't the final judgment in the UK's cases. There's a government reviewed you to announce in the spring. Yeah. This is the technical advice from the people who should know the intelligence experts to that review. So it should carry an awful lot of way. But there will be a large political element to be inserted into that before. The final
"national cyber security center" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Come out, you know, super it's not to say that super smash brothers and Mario party and Pokemon. Let's go are not gigantic titles. They were certainly sufficient enough to move the needle in the dramatic way that they did. But the question is from here where is this which is lifestyle? They just rebooted. It started from scratch on a new metro game, which is pretty much, you know, that in Donkey Kong are kind of the last of the IP's that we have not seen dedicated new titles for so we will we will see. But again, there's no other way to describe the dentist which other than a huge success for Nintendo. Yeah. I mean, I. Yeah. B team. Jay. V. Call what you want? Those are pretty big numbers. And it was the holiday season, but still so wait. So this was for q three so they still have yet to report their holiday numbers. They have one more. They have one more a quarter to go. Their financial year is not a calendar year. Right. So they're third quarter and went over the holiday season. These are holiday numbers. Yes. Seven. Oh, sorry. Go ahead. No, please. All right. All right, say Police I. say I seven seven delegates protocol that coordinates Texan and calls around the world is exploited -able. Yeah. Seven has the ability to track phones across the world. And those who want to intercept text messages and phone calls without hacking. The phone itself can technically do so motherboard reports this capability is much more widely available in cybercriminals groups, then that that use it empty Bank accounts as seven attacks against banks are on the rise according to their aboard. And now the national cyber security center the defensive arm of the UK's signal intelligence agency G C H Q confirmed that 'Seven is being used to intercept codes used for banking metro Bank also confirmed that face in it says seven attack and in a statement said it supported a law enforcement investigation into S as seven attacks across the industry. Well, you know, we're talking we're talking a couple minutes ago about changing your passwords and getting my Bank account. Drained would be a great reason to, you know, take more seriously. But as a seven's a whole different thing, Justin. I mean, certainly, so this is a backbone core element of our technological world. And by the way, these are the elements that actual hackers are are looking into like, these are these are the elements that are looked at four there and destined for their security, simply because they don't exactly have a, you know, as as much of a spotlight from a mainstream or a enterprise audience. So this is fascinating. I I was not aware or as educated about 'Seven before reading up for this article. But I'm excited to see where it goes. I'm excited as well. And I hope that my Bank account while slim to begin with not fully drained. I say man, I'm like a minnow. There's plenty of flounders out there the seven sharks and want to start biting yet. You don't want my Bank account. Owning us to me. It's going to burger afterwards. You tell me how you did it. Hey break during the show..
"national cyber security center" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Into the dachshund campaign against German political figures continues the magazine built reports that Germans BSI intelligence service asked it's US counterparts in NSA, especially to lean on Twitter to isolate and take down accounts involved in distributing the leaked material Bloomberg says, the BSI argued to NSA that some US citizens were also victims of the incident, thus assistance would be an order interior ministers aaagh for has promised transparency in the investigation with an interim report due out by mid week. Attribution as one would expect remains unclear speculation centers for now on either a right wing party. That was largely unaffected by the incident or on Russian information operators Trend Micro has pointed the finger toward Russia's pawn storm group, and the amount of patient preparation that seems to have gone into the attack is more often seen in intelligence services than partisan operators as hairs eha has promised. We should know more later this week. It's worth noting again that the material released so far doesn't appear to contain much. If anything that's either shocking or particularly discreditable. On Friday Marriott released more results of investigation into its Starwood reservation systems breach. The good news. Is that fewer customers than feared were affected? The bad news is that the compromise. Data include a lot of unencrypted passport information Marianne had initially believed that the number of guests affected was around five hundred million the hospitality company now regards three hundred eighty three million as the upper limit and believes with a fair degree of certainty that the actual number is lower still. But the hackers accessed five and a quarter million unencrypted and more than twenty million encrypted passport numbers, roughly, eight point six million encrypted. Pay cards were also exposed in the incident Marriott doesn't believe the attackers. Got the master encryption keys. In twenty twelve a public private partnership was formed between NIST industry. Stakeholders. The state of Maryland and Montgomery County in Maryland to launch the national cyber security center of excellence, the NC C O E with the mission to build and publicly share solutions to cyber security problems faced my US businesses..
"national cyber security center" Discussed on Risky Business
"So we don't and again we're real big fans of working with organizations whether the federal government or the private sector to understand what's the mission that they're trying to accomplish why are they in business where the risks are where the risks are coming from and how they need to be medicated again it's not a country conversation for us it truly one risk management conversation and if you say that based on what we're buying china buying from china causes a concern then you seek alternative sources of supplies were we'd rather it from that versus starting to blacklist countries are the incentives to good for us companies to move their manufacturing out of china i mean these companies are beholden to their boards i'm personally not convinced that most of these boards really care that much about where their processor chips are made when the alternative is a massive increase in production spending i think it's a really great point and i think it really drives home the point that this is a business problem to be solved as much as it's a national security concern from the federal government it truly is a business discussion and what we're actually seeing is that boards and c suites are really understanding more that this is a problem that they need to be aware of and if you think about the awakening that they had from a cyber security concern you're now seeing that supply chain risk is becoming part of that same conversation one of the reasons that we really wanna talk to you guys because there's a couple of things happening recently that really really tie into the supply chain stuff one is that the the national cyber security center in the united kingdom recently said essence that equipment deployments in the uk or risks that can't really be mitigated so obviously the initial questions did you see this report and if you did have we already gone too far down this room the united states particularly with the united states government so.