Dangers of data collected in Afghanistan. Another cryptocurrency theft. Hardware backdoors? LockBit dumps airline’s data. CISA opens registration for the President’s Cup. Too much gaming, kids.

Possible consequences of the Taliban’s seizure of Afghanistan’s APPS data. Another DeFi platform sustains a cryptocurrency theft. How would one handle a hardware backdoor? LockBit begins dumping data stolen from Bangkok Airways. Registration for CISA’s President’s Cup is now open. Joe Carrigan describes the superiority of AI generated phishing emails. Rick Howard speaks with Art Poghosyan from Britive on Software Defined Perimeters. And China moves to keep minors from wasting too much time in online gaming.

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