Cyber Weekly Roundup – August 10, 2018

ICYMI: And after the Space Force a Subterranean Force?; West Virginia to introduce mobile phone voting for midterm elections; Comcast customer portal vulnerabilities exposed sensitive data; US braces for possible cyberattacks after Iran sanctions; The Pentagon’s Startup Outreach Office is No Longer an Experiment.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – August 3, 2018

ICYMI: Reddit had a security incident – here’s what you need to know; DHS details electrical grid attacks by Russian Agents; Scams Exposed – eFoil for $199 from Sponsored Facebook ads? Town dusts off typewriters after cyber-attack; and, Iran Hacks Israel in Cyber Attack.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – July 20, 2018

ICYMI: Waging cyber war without a rulebook; Hackers Used Malicious MDM Solution to Spy on ‘Highly Targeted’ iPhone Users; New Gmail feature could open more users to phishing risks: Government officials; Mueller indicts 12 Russians for DNC hack, election interference; Facebook to Remove Misinformation That Leads to Violence.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – July 13, 2018

ICYMI: Opinion: To hackers, we’re Bambi in the woods; 100% of corporate networks ‘highly vulnerable’ to attacks, here’s how to secure yours; Australia to ban Huawei from 5G rollout amid security concerns; U.S. intel chief warns of cyber threats to U.S. infrastructure; Google Chrome Feature Guards Users From Spectre Attacks.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – July 6, 2018

ICYMI: You Should Be ‘Significantly Concerned’ There’s No White House Cyber Coordinator, Policy Experts Say; ‘Underground’ May Be the US Military’s Next Warfighting Domain; US gives China’s ZTE some breathing room; Cruel pranksters made NYC internet kiosks play ice cream truck tunes; Thermomanator Attack Steals Passwords by Reading Thermal Residue on Keyboards.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – June 29, 2018

ICYMI: Top Huawei exec blasts US lawmakers as closed-minded and ill-informed; Facebook Files Patent For Tech That Can Take Advantage of Your Phone’s Mic; Pentagon Intelligence Chief: Russia And China Will Have Weapons in Space ‘In the Near Future’; Portland, Maine Ready to Flip Switch on Smart Traffic Signals; Eyes Closed in Photos? Facebook Al Can ‘Open’ Them.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – June 22, 2018

ICYMI: Lawmakers urge Google to end partnership with China’s Huawei; Chinese hacking group resurfaces, targets U.S. satellite companies and systems; Trump directs Pentagon to create military Space Force; Why 50,000 ships are so vulnerable to cyberattacks; Just 5 Percent of Federal Contractors Are Fully Protecting Against Email Spoofing.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – June, 15 2018

ICYMI: Trump, senators head for clash on cyber policy; OPM wants to know the most critical cyber workforce needs; U.S. counterspy warns World Cup travelers’ devices could be hacked; US Government’s biometric database worries privacy advocates; Two men killed over false child kidnapping claims on WhatsApp, Facebook.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – June 8, 2018

ICYMI: US Navy Launches Inspection Program for Cyber Operations Preparedness; Facial Recognition to Aid in Border Security this Summer; VPNFilter Malware Still has Its Sights Set On Your Router; Marcus Hutchins, WannaCry-killer, hit with four new charges by the FBI; Goldman Sachs enlists staff for cyber security war games.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – June 1, 2018

ICYMI: Judge dismisses Kaspersky lawsuits, U.S. Government ban will stand; How China acquires ‘the crown jewels’ of U.S. technology; Russia asks Apple to remove Telegram Messenger from the App Store; Security community urged to prepare for quantum computing; Government Report IDs the Need For Speed in Cyber Hiring.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – May 11, 2018

ICYMI: 7 Chrome Extensions Spreading Through Facebook Caught Stealing Passwords; Bolton pushing to eliminate White House cyber job; Cyber deterrence is about more than punching back; Two-factor authentication hackable; and, How Firefox is Moving Beyond Passwords.

Cyber Weekly Roundup – May 4, 2018

ICYMI: for better cybersecurity, be nice to your CFO; the role of IoT on the battlefield and at sea; Pentagon ans Chinese phone sales on US military bases; Data may be the new oil but artificial intelligence is the engine that it fuels; and, GLitch: new ‘Rowhammer’ attack can remotely hijack android phones.