InfoSec News Nuggets 11/22/2019

1 - Midwest Gets First Cybercrime-Fighting Dog Police in Nebraska have recruited a highly trained dog to assist them in the fight against cybercrime. Two-year-old black Labrador Quinn has joined the Bellevue Police Department as the Midwest's first-ever electronic storage device K-9 officer. Unlike most sniffer dogs, who are taught to detect drugs, Officer Quinn has been specially trained to sniff out a particular chemical used in electronic devices like SIM cards, cell phones, and micro SD…
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InfoSec News Nuggets 11/21/2019

1 - NTSB blames Uber’s 'inadequate safety culture' for self-driving fatality The NTSB has lambasted Uber's "inadequate safety culture" and "lack of risk assessment mechanisms" before its self-driving fatality. In March 2018, an autonomous 2017 Volvo XC90 struck and killed pedestrian Elaine Herzberg as she crossed the street in Tempe, Arizona. Officials have also assigned blame to the safety driver, who at the time was watching The Voice on her smartphone. NTSB chair Robert L. Sumwalt said "the collision was the last…
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