Third-parties can misconfigure, too. Coinhive goes out of business. Intel decides 5G project with Chinese partner is too hard. Bronze Union. Clearing Facebook data. Proper disposal of lawful intercept tools.


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In today’s podcast we hear that a misconfigured Amazon Web Services database has exposed a risk screening database--and it seems the exposure itself was an instance of third-party risk. Farewell to Coinhive, long a favorite of cryptominers everywhere. Intel pulls back from a 5G project with a Chinese partner. A quick look at Bronze Union, and what the threat actor’s up to. Facebook will soon help you clear your data. And if you have a lawful intercept tool you no longer need, please don’t sell it on eBay. Malek Ben Salem from Accenture Labs on the commoditization of malware. Guest is Michelle Dennedy from Cisco with results from their most recent Data Privacy Benchmark Study.

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