- Okta customer data exposed in support breach impacting 134 companies.
- Biden requests $3.1B more for FCC's "rip-and-replace" program to remove insecure equipment from federal networks, targeting Huawei and ZTE equipment.
- Kaspersky finds Android spyware targeting WhatsApp users, reusing malware from Telegram cyber attacks.
- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is using AI to scan social media for derogatory content before approving visas. Brian warns about oversharing online.
- President Biden signs executive order governing federal agency use of AI, requiring non-discrimination, privacy, security, and responsible testing. The hosts debate if AI needs unique regulation.
- Chris Heard, CEO of Olive Technologies talks about how businesses can properly evaluate the total cost of ownership when looking for the right software solutions.
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- Okta Customer Support Breach Exposed Data on 134 Companies
- Biden requests $6B for ACP, $3B for 'rip and replace'
- Spyware Designed for Telegram Mods Also Targets WhatsApp Add-Ons
- AI and ICE: U.S. Immigration Scans Social Media Before Approving Visas
- Biden to sign executive order requiring companies building powerful AI models to report training, testing processes