via Andy Greenberg, comes a particularly troubling piece, written for Wired, in which, Mr. Greenberg details the litany of ineptitude by Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) in securing their code running the company's 787 airframe. Deeply troubling is the operative term in use here, don't you agree? H/T
"...security researcher Ruben Santamarta sat in his home office in Madrid and partook in some creative googling, searching for technical documents related to his years-long obsession: the cybersecurity of airplanes. He was surprised to discover a fully unprotected server on Boeing's network, seemingly full of code designed to run on the company's giant 737 and 787 passenger jets, left publicly accessible and open to anyone who found it. So he downloaded everything he could see." - via Andy Greenberg's, outstanding piece, crafted for Wired
Bad behavior by Bezos' Amazon and subsidiary Ring is tainting any police investigation at it's most fundamental levels by forcing secret agreements, and endorsments for the company's products. Jeff Bezos', where is your shame?
The memorandum of understanding is pitched as "a solution to the Lakeland Police Department to help reduce crime and assist with investigations in your community." The document, which includes an "Amazon Legal" watermark, was signed by Ring and Lakeland Police Department representatives on December 13, 2018. - via Caroline Haskins, writing at Vice's Motherboard.