It drives me crazy that ZD can write a story entitled "#AI #security camera detects #guns and identifies shooters" (https://www.zdnet.com/article/ai-security-camera-detects-guns-and-identifies-shooters/) and give some breathless quote from a school official (who knows nothing about AI) and they don't include a reference to the article from ONE YEAR ago "That turtle is a gun! MIT scientists highlight major flaw in #image #recognition" (https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/image-recognition-turtle-rifle/)
I had a though about the hierarchy of value in #infosec. Some #security knowledge is worth more to non-practitioners. https://www.peerlyst.com/posts/a-hierarchy-of-the-value-of-security-knowledge-paco-hope
If you're in #London and you're coming to the #AWS summit on 9 May 2018, I leading the #security jam. It's hands-on, gamified environmetn for learning security services on AWS. It's a ton of fun and you learn a lot. It's also free, but space is limited and registration is required. Wanna learn #cloud security? This is the place. https://pages.awscloud.com/security-jam-2018-registration.html
#AWS launches a “virtual tour” of its #cloud data centres. Explains how some of it’s 2600 different #security controls are audited. https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/take-a-digital-tour-of-an-aws-data-center-to-see-how-aws-secures-data-centers-around-the-world/
The problems with "Otto" seem huge and obvious. I just don't understand how stuff like this gets going.
• "The lock incorporates a custom-made #encryption system."
• "It can also be unlocked manually by inputting a 4 digit entry code"
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