TechLetters #105 - improving comms/PR competency in cyber threat intelligence in the age of cyberwar; Google's post-quantum cryptography.
Google on internal deployment of post-quantum cryptography. “we do not need to address signature algorithms yet. An adversary who can forge a signature in the future will not affect past sessions of the protocol”. Here. Meanwhile, can quantum computers have their own cybersecurity vulnerabilities?
Oil/gas cybersecurity. U.S. Government Accountability Office considers that offshore (oil, gas) exploration equipment, including those critical to safety, are reliant on technology vulnerable to cyberattacks. “successful cyberattack on such infrastructure could have potentially catastrophic effects” .
CloudFlare makes web browser automation easy. That may greatly help in security and privacy research!
European Union to launch a satellite-based communication platform. Internet/etc access. "multi-orbital constellation of hundreds of satellites"? Sounds like Eutelsat or Starlink (they speak of low orbit constellations)? They mention cybersecurity prominently. This is quite awkward, isn’t it? Unclear what would be the rationale - since no imaginable cyberattack could put today's internet at a (on a broad scale) risk.
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