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ISC Stormcast For Tuesday, August 16th, 2022 https://isc.sans.edu/podcastdetail.html?id=8132, (Tue, Aug 16th)

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Strategic Planning in Business

Strategic planning is key for success in business. By planning strategically for the future, a business can achieve its goals. It’s easier said than done, but the more you know about strategic planning, the better chance you have at succeeding….Read More The post Strategic Planning in Business appeared first on ProjectManager.
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An update on Capitol Hill with WTOP’s Mitchell Miller

After months of back and forth, the legislation that eventually came to be known as the Inflation Reduction Act is a done deal. The House passed the huge reconciliation bill on Friday afternoon on a party line vote.
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An update on Capitol Hill with WTOP’s Mitchell Miller

After months of back and forth, the legislation that eventually came to be known as the Inflation Reduction Act is a done deal. The House passed the huge reconciliation bill on Friday afternoon on a party line vote.
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Realtek SDK SIP ALG Vulnerability: A Big Deal, but not much you can do about it. CVE 2022-27255, (Sun, Aug 14th)

On Friday, Octavio Gianatiempo & Octavio Galland released details about a vulnerability in Realtek's eCos SDK. The release came as part of their talk at Defcon. Realtek patched the vulnerability they spoke about in March. But this patch may not do you much good. The vulnerability affects Realtek's SDK. Various vendors use this SDK as part of the equipment that uses Realtek's RTL819x SoCs. Affected vendors need to release patched firmware to mitigate this vulnerability. Many affected vendors have not yet released updates.
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Safe havens for cooperation

Whether networks with a high level of cooperation emerge in a community depends on how quickly individuals leave — for example, because they are exploited by others. Researchers investigated this problem by modeling a well-known cooperation game. They consider a spatial network, where players can relocate between different patches if they judge the local conditions to be unfavorable.
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