The Global Frequency

22 November 2020 | Curated by Matt Devost

Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving everyone.  This week on the Global Frequency...

The true dangers of AI are closer than we think. (Read More)

Automating cyber attacks research paper. (Read More)

The mobile phone apps monitoring your location and selling it to the U.S. government includes popular Muslim prayer and dating apps. (Read More)

American Bank Systems hit with ransomware.  50+ GB of data dumped. (Read More)

The way we train AI is flawed. (Read More)

Was a power failure in India last month a cyber attack? (Read More)

Facebook provides insight into AI fighting misinformation and hate speech on the platform. (Read More)

Biden team lacks full cybersecurity support given lack of formal transition activities. (Read More)

Two DHS reports promote an aggressive government agenda for private sector security and supply chain management. (Read More)

And you get a CIA cloud contract, and you get one, and you.... (Read More)

Fact or Fiction:
Introducing a little fun into the reading list as we head into the holiday season. Say you might be stuck at home quite a bit, with some time to relax and consume a beverage or seven.  "Booze & Vinyl: A Spirited Guide to Great Music and Mixed Drinks" by the Darlington siblings is a labor of love.  You really don't even need a record player, just a Spotify account and a stocked bar. (Amazon Link)

Quote of the Week:
"All information looks like noise until you break the code." - Neal Stephenson

Recommendation of the Week:
A smart plug that works outdoors.  Just in time for the holiday lights season. (Link)

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