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  1. Researchers and several major tech companies this week disclosed the details of three new speculative execution side-channel vulnerabilities affecting Intel processors.

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  2. SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and his Chilean counterpart have signed an agreement pledging closer cooperation in combating cyber threats.

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  3. Getting Off the Ground With Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response  

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  4. Facebook this week announced the winners of its 2018 Internet Defense Prize. Three teams earned a total of $200,000 this year for innovative defensive security and privacy research.

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  5. Cybersecurity firms have observed increasing cyber espionage activity related to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, and researchers expect to see more of these operations in the upcoming period.

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  6. A schoolboy who "dreamed" of working for Apple hacked the firm's computer systems, Australian media has reported, although the tech giant said Friday no customer data was compromised.

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  7. ESET on Thursday announced the general availability of a new line of enterprise security solutions that include endpoint detection and response (EDR), forensic investigation, threat monitoring, sandbox, and management tools.

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  8. The NIST Small Business Cybersecurity Act Aims to Provide Cyberdefense Resources

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  9. "The history of the bow and arrow is the history of mankind." – Fred Bear

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  10. Google on Wednesday announced the expansion of its bug bounty program to include techniques that can be used to bypass the company’s abuse detection systems.

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  11. NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Giant cranes loading and unloading gargantuan barges. Oil tankers, supply vessels and pipelines serving a vital energy industry. Flood control structures. Chemical plants. Cruise ships. Drinking water sources. All computer-reliant and tied in some way to the internet. All of them vulnerable to cyber thieves, hackers and terrorists.

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  12. SAP on Tuesday released its security updates for August 2018. The latest round of updates includes over two dozen patches, but none of them are for critical (hot news) vulnerabilities.

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  13. Twistlock, a provider of solutions to protect cloud containers, today announced that it has raised $33 million in Series C funding, bringing the total raised to-date by the Portland, Oregon-based company to $63 million.

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  14. The details of three new speculative execution vulnerabilities affecting Intel Xeon and Core processors were disclosed on Tuesday. The flaws have been dubbed Foreshadow and L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF), and patches and mitigations are already available.

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  15. There Are Significant Differences Between Each 2FA Method, and the Risks it Poses

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  16. Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday updates for August 2018 address 60 vulnerabilities, including two zero-day flaws affecting Windows and Internet Explorer.

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  17. Tech companies could face fines of up to Aus$10 million (US$7.3 million) if they fail to hand over customer information or data to Australian police under tough cyber laws unveiled Tuesday.

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  18. BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota Army National Guard unit based in Bismarck has been notified it could be mobilized.

    Detachment 1, 174th Cyber Protection Team has about seven soldiers on an alert status. The unit is led by 1st Lt. Charles Werner of Upham.

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  19. Researchers and several major tech companies on Tuesday disclosed the details of three new speculative execution side-channel vulnerabilities affecting Intel processors.

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