Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


FTC warns Christmas buyers that smart toys are a security risk

Thinking of giving a young person an internet-connected ‘smart’ toy this Christmas? You may want to think again.


Targeting Military Veterans: 5 Ways Cybercriminals Are Scamming Them

They trained, they served, they protected us. Now, they’re being targeted by cybercriminals who prey on ...

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Sunday Funnies – The 70th Anniversary of the Zamboni

How the Zamboni Changed the Game for Ice Rinks

Invented by rink owner Frank Zamboni, the ice-clearing machine celebrates its 70th anniversary this year.  Invented by Frank Zamboni, the eponymous ice-clearing machine celebrates its 70th anniversary this year. He applied for his first U.S. patent in 1949, for this innovative idea that totally transformed winter sports by giving chopped-up ice surfaces a fresh-frozen smoothness in a matter of minutes.  From the Smithsonian

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


The FBI Says Your TV Is Probably Spying On You

Last week, the FBI, that bastion of sage privacy and security advice, issued a blog post out of its Portland field office warning cyber Monday shoppers that their smart TV is a little too smart, and likely watches you as much as you watch it. The ...

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