Every Friday, after the SC Magazine news team has taken a few spins around the interwebs, we post some security-related links that we found interesting. We hope you do too.
- Interviewed for his new book, Ronald Diebert, director of the Canada Centre for Global Security Studies and the Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, paints a gloomy picture for what the future of the internet might hold.
- Newsweek covers a lot of ground in this piece, from rare insight from the pro-U.S. hacker The Jester to details on spying trojans to the threat posed by China.
- Better late than never. The admittedly slow transition in the United States to chip-based debit and credit cards is happening, gradually, according to Visa.
- And after many rejections, Black Hat has finalized its list of talks for the big show in July in Vegas. Congrats to those who survived the rigorous acceptance process.