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Infosec Decoded Season 4 #17: Healthcare Cyberattack

With Doug Spindler and @sambowne@infosec.exchange

Tue, Feb 27, 2024

Doug Spindler

Class-action law suit in California over private company scanning and selling Californians' license plate data going to trial
Check my plate

How a Small Iowa Newspaper’s Website Became an AI-Generated Clickbait Factory
When two former Meta employees dug into why the website of Iowa’s Clayton County Register was spewing dubious posts about stocks, they uncovered a network of sites slinging seemingly AI-made content.

Google and other large companies are closing their company run/sponsored day care centers.

Art teacher takes student art works; sells them online for profit without permission

Almost $1 billion of crypto was transferred out of Coinbase by multiple investors this month
Reresenting one of the largest outflows ever from the U.S.'s biggest crypto exchange. Bitcoins held by Coinbase have plummeted to the lowest level since 2015.

AT&T apologizes for 12 hour outage and tells people to use a landline to call police/fire... But earlier this month AT&T announced they were discontinuing landline service in the Bay Area.

Sam Bowne

Switzerland calls on UN to explore possibility of solar geoengineering

MIT student creates device that can listen to your thoughts and has access to the internet

This $4 Billion Car Surveillance Startup Says It Cuts Crime. But It Likely Broke State Laws.

The Change Healthcare cyberattack is still impacting pharmacies. It’s a bigger deal than you think

US pharmacy outage triggered by 'Blackcat' ransomware at UnitedHealth unit, sources say

Cybercrims: When we hit IT, they sometimes pay, but when we hit OT... jackpot