[SecurityWeek] NSA’s Rob Joyce Explains ‘Sand and Friction’ Security Strategy

News Analysis: The newly minted director of cybersecurity at NSA offers a candid assessment of the nation-state threat landscape and argues that adding “sand and friction” to adversary operations is a winning strategy.

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[ZDNet] Facebook ramps up privacy efforts with end-to-end encrypted audio, video calling trials in Secret Conversations

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[SecurityWeek] Iranian Spies Maintained Social Media Persona for Years Before Targeting Defense Contractor

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[SecurityWeek] Microsoft, Intel and Goldman Sachs Lead New Supply Chain Security Group at TCG

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