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Podcast: An Actuary’s View of Cyber Risk

February 7, 2016 11:530 comments
Podcast: An Actuary’s View of Cyber Risk

In-brief: Fifty eight percent of risk managers in a recent survey listed cyber security as a top risk for their organization – double the percentage from an identical survey in 2009. But why? In this Security Ledger podcast, we talk with Max Rudolph of the Society of Actuaries and author of a recent report on cyber risk. 

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With Internet of Things, FBI In No Danger of Going Dark

February 1, 2016 12:350 comments
A report from Harvard's Berkman Center makes the case that encryption backdoors aren't needed for law enforcement or intelligence agencies to do their jobs.

In-brief: A report from a leading legal think tank argues that the spread of the Internet of Things will provide ample opportunities for law enforcement and intelligence agencies to spy on citizens, despite more widespread use of encryption.

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How the Internet of Things Got Hacked | WIRED

December 31, 2015 08:370 comments
The expansion of the Internet of Things will compound privacy risks to individuals.

In-brief: Wired’s Kim Zetter and Andy Greenberg teamed up this week on a little look-back at 2015 with a focus on security and Internet of Things.

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Mystery: Info on 190 Million Voters Exposed

December 28, 2015 13:242 comments
Mystery: Info on 190 Million Voters Exposed

In-brief: A security researcher discovered a database containing information on 190 million voters. But whose data is it? 

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