After a two-week hiatus, Dave returns for the 114th installment of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast.
We open the episode looking at the latest news on the Facebook front. Unlike most of our podcasts, the focus won’t be on privacy snafus. Instead, we will look at the latest news with Facebook’s Libra. Following up on that, we head across California to Google. In this week’s story, the focus is on the privacy surrounding smart speakers and whether owners should disclose their presence to guests in the house.
The third story has us jumping to a more global scale, where ATM jackpotting is once again in the spotlight. This time, it is Cutlet Maker. For the fourth story, we discuss the latest scam tied to jailbreaking iPhones. To wrap up the podcast, we discuss discount phone protectors and how you may get what you pay for.
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- Facebook puts on brave face with Libra
- Google chief: I’d disclose smart speakers before guests enter my home
- Malware that spits cash out of ATMs has spread across the world
- Hacker:Hunted — Carbanak
- Fake iOS jailbreak site lures in Apple users
- Mum discovers anyone could access her information on her Samsung Galaxy S10 after fitting £2.70 screen protector from eBay