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March 20, 2017 – Morning Cyber Coffee Headlines – “Spring” Edition

Morning Cyber Coffee Headlines
March 20, 2017 / Ryan Murphy

Good morning! Sit with Carbon Black this morning over a cup of coffee (or tea) and browse a few industry headlines to get the day started. We’ve got just enough information below to get you through that first cup…enjoy!

March 20, 2017 – Headlines

Carbon Black in the News: The New Handbook For Cyberwar Is Being Written By Russia – BuzzFeed News

Carbon Black in the News: Video Interview: Patrick Morley, President & CEO at Carbon Black – Infosecurity Magazine

Carbon Black in the News: Ask.com serves as a conduit for malware – again – Network World

Carbon Black in the News: Ask.com Toolbar Network Compromised Twice in Two Months – Bleeping Computer

Carbon Black in the News: SC Awards Europe 2017: Best Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Protection – SC Media

German cyber security watchdog raises attack alert level – The Telegraph

Teams to check cyber security threat in power sector – Business Standard

Cyber security spending to reach $90bn in 2017 – Beta News

Secrets of a Highly Productive CIO-CISO Relationship – Dark Reading

Star Trek-Themed Ransomware Demands New Crypto-Currency – Dark Reading

Some HTTPS inspection tools might weaken security – CSO Online

How much is a bug worth? – CSO Online

Did You Know?

Spring begins today in the Northern Hemisphere.

Quote of the Day

Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!’

Today’s Video of the Day

Today’s ‘No-Internet Help’ Trivia Question of the Day?

What does the Latin word “vernal” translate to in English?

Yesterday’s Question: What does “Erin go Bragh” translate?

Answer: “Ireland until eternity”

Congrats to @kimwh, Cait R., Thomas B., Felicia A., . for getting the correct answer!

Beat the Streak! Our current longest streak of correct answers comes from @kimwh, who achieved correct answers for 113 days straight. Can you beat the streak?

Current Streaks
@kimwh – 113 days
Thomas B. – 8 days
Cait R. – 7 days
Felicia A. – 2 days

Longest All-Time Streaks
@kimwh – 113 days (current)
Cait R. – 90 days
Kevin F. – 85 days

Tweet the correct answer to @CarbonBlack_Inc and get a shout out in tomorrow’s Morning Coffee and your Twitter handle in a #FF tweet at the end of the week!

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