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This Week in InfoSec (11:14)
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5th September 1983: The term "hacker" was used by Newsweek, mainstream media's earliest known use of the term in the pejorative sense.
The magazine's cover photo of 17-year-old 414s (hacker group) member Neal Patrick was captioned '414 "Hacker" Neal Patrick.'.
‘Hacker’ is used by mainstream media, September 5, 1983
9th September 2001: Mark Curphey started OWASP (the Open Web Application Security Project).
Who is the OWASP® Foundation?
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Industry News (31:55)
FTC Bans Stalkerware App in Industry First
Texan Accused of Cyber-Stalking and Murder Dies in Jail
ID Theft Couple on the Run
ICO Requests International Support to Tackle Cookie Pop-Ups
Cybersecurity Student Scams Senior Out of $55K
Stress and Burnout Affecting Majority of Cybersecurity Professionals
Data Breach Lawsuit Against Sonic Will Proceed
Berners-Lee Joins ProtonMail Following Privacy Debacle
Security Now a "Thankless Task" For 80% of IT Teams
Tweet of the Week (40:01)
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