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  1. Incident Of The Week: Educational Infrastructures At Risk Of Invasive Breaches [Seth Adler, Cyber Security Hub / IQPC]
  2. Sharing Threat Intelligence in Higher Ed [Meg Lloyd, Campus Technology / Ed-Tech Group]
    - see also: Predicting the Future of the SOC Analyst
  3. European supercomputers hacked in mysterious cyberattacks [Ionut Ilascu, Bleeping Computer]
    - see also: Supercomputers hacked across Europe to mine cryptocurrency
  4. The 3 Top Cybersecurity Myths & What You Should Know [Zack Schuler, Dark Reading / Informa Tech]
    - see also: Cybersecurity Extends Far Beyond Security Teams & Everyone Plays a Part
  5. Verizon: Breaches Targeting Cloud-Based Data Doubled in 2019 [Doug Olenick, Bank Info Security / ISMG]
    - see also: 6 ways to be more secure in the cloud
  6. Security News This Week: Hackers Claim to Have ‘Dirty Laundry’ About Donald Trump [Brian Barrett, WIRED / Condé Nast]
    - see also: REvil Ransomware found buyer for Trump data, now targeting Madonna
  7. Microsoft warns of ‘massive’ phishing attack pushing legit RAT [Lawrence Abrams, Bleeping Computer]
    - see also: Response Playbooks » RP0001: Phishing email
  8. Smartphones, laptops, IoT devices vulnerable to new BIAS Bluetooth attack [ROOTDAEMON]
  9. Digital Ethics in Higher Education: 2020 [John O’Brien, EDUCAUSE]
  10. Why You May Not Need to Monitor the Dark Web [Idan Aharoni, Security Week / Wired Business Media]
  11. Pingcastle – Active Directory Security Assessment Tool [Vincent Letoux, Darknet]
  12. Enhanced Safe Browsing Protection now available in Chrome [Nathan Parker et al, Google]
  13. This Service Helps Malware Authors Fix Flaws in their Code [Brain Krebs, Krebs on Security]
  14. US officials say they’ve cracked Pensacola shooter’s iPhones, blast Apple [Sean Lyngaas, Cyberscoop, Scoop News Group]
  15. Military And Intelligence Personnel Can Be Tracked With The Untappd Beer App [Foeke Postma, Bellingcat]