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[TheRecord] University of Kentucky discovers data breach during scheduled pen-test

The University of Kentucky said it discovered a security breach of one of its test-taking platforms during a scheduled security penetration test carried out by a third party in early June. The breach affected the university’s Digital Driver’s License platform, a web-based portal the university developed in the early 2000s part of an education program […]

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[TheRecord] Air War College Professor Pleads Guilty to Hiding Contacts With Chinese Official

A civilian professor at the Air War College on Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama, pleaded guilty to making false statements to a federal agent about contacts he had with a Chinese official, the Justice Department announced on Monday. According to court documents, Zhang Xiaoming, 69, a naturalized citizen of Chinese descent began working […]

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[ZDNet] Singapore moots ‘foreign interference’ law with powers to issue online platforms take-down order

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Ministry of Home Affairs has proposed a Foreign Interference Bill that will arm the government with the ability to issue directives to platforms, including social media and websites, to remove or block access to content deemed part of hostile information campaigns. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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