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Infosec Decoded Season 3 #34: Washington's Privacy Law

With @Infosecirvin@defcon.social and @sambowne@infosec.exchange

Apr 28, 2023

Sam Bowne

Microsoft is busy rewriting core Windows code in memory-safe Rust
David "dwizzle" Weston, director of OS security for Windows: "You will actually have Windows booting with Rust in the kernel in probably the next several weeks or months, which is really cool,. The basic goal here was to convert some of these internal C++ data types into their Rust equivalents."
Amid growing industry support for memory safe programming, Microsoft's exploration of Rust has become more enthusiastic. And last September, it became an informal mandate: Microsoft Azure CTO Mark Russinovich declared that new software projects should use Rust rather than C/C++.

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Irvin Lemus @Infosecirvin@defcon.social

Washington passes law requiring consent before companies collect health data

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