Uber Breach Guilty Verdict

Uber Breach Guilty Verdict, Mandatory Password Expiration, Fake Executive Profiles on LinkedIn

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Former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan was found guilty of obstructing a federal investigation in connection with the attempted cover-up of a 2016 hack at Uber, NIST and Microsoft say that mandatory password expiration is no longer needed but many organizations are still doing it, and how fake executive profiles are becoming a huge problem for LinkedIn.

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Guilty verdict in the Uber breach case makes personal liability real for CISOs

Is mandatory password expiration helping or hurting your password security?

Glut of Fake LinkedIn Profiles Pits HR Against the Bots

This person does not exist. AI generated profile pictures.

The Capture on BBC

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