Weekend Reads 060724


The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) wants to clarify guidelines for public companies regarding the disclosure of ransomware and other cybersecurity incidents.


Technical report 69, or TR-069, which defines how people’s broadband routers and other customer-premises equipment can be remotely provisioned and managed by ISPs automatically, is turning 20 years old.


Google and many other organizations, such as NIST, IETF, and NSA, believe that migrating to post-quantum cryptography is important due to the large risk posed by a cryptographically-relevant quantum computer (CRQC).


IPng’s network is built up in two main layers, (1) an MPLS transport layer, which is disconnected from the Internet, and (2) a VPP overlay, which carries the Internet.


Elon Musk doesn’t want you to share links from Substack, the blogging and newsletter platform that has grown in popularity over the last two years and serves as the primary mode of expression for independent Internet writers.


Quantum computers are probably coming, though we don’t know when—and when they arrive, they will, most likely, be able to break our standard public-key cryptography algorithms.


Domain name monitoring—that is, the detection of domains with names containing a brand-term (or other string) of interest—is a very well-established element of brand protection services.


To tackle these challenges, we developed ROuting SEcurity Tool (ROSE-T), the first open source tool to verify MANRS compliance automatically.


Today’s blog talks about a practice that doesn’t get discussed very often, which is the warehousing of spectrum. Warehousing is the practice where carriers sit on spectrum without using it or make only a minimal technical deployment to protect a spectrum license without actually using the spectrum as intended.


In this blog, we will analyze the modern practice of Phishing “Tests” as a cybersecurity control as it relates to industry-standard fire protection practices.


Recent research showed that 60% of participants fell victim to artificial intelligence (AI)-automated phishing, which is comparable to the success rates of non-AI-phishing messages created by human experts.


From a high level, optical interconnects perform the task their name implies: they deliver data from one place to another while keeping errors from creeping in during transmission. Another important task, however, is enabling data center operators to scale quickly and reliably.


This blog will provide an understanding of what AI jailbreaks are, why generative AI is susceptible to them, and how you can mitigate the risks and harms.


Experts on artificial intelligence raised concerns about the implications of AI’s rapid growth at a panel discussion in Washington, D.C. Tuesday.

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