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In today’s podcast, we hear that Australia's former prime minister warns Britain about Chinese tech companies. Symantec says Whitefly was behind SingHealth's massive data breach. Iranian hackers show code overlap. Intel CPUs are vulnerable to another speculative execution flaw. The NSA hasn't been using its domestic phone surveillance program lately. Sharing code presents dangers. And Google will ban political ads in Canada. Justin Harvey from Accenture with results from their Costs of Crime report, as well as observations from RSAC. Guest is Gerald Beuchelt from LogMeIn with info from their latest password survey.
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