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As a follow up to the last article, here’s a pretty interesting story about a teenager in Poland who figured out a way to control how trains change tracks. He didn’t hack through the internet, or some rogue access point at a station. He used a TV remote. Between this and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s issues, I wonder if this will force companies to take a hard look at the software they use to drive their products. Possibly Related Posts: Equifax is only half the problem, your SSN needs a redesign! Orfei Steps Down Two reports, many questions The Beginning of the End, No PCI DSS 4.0 in 2016 We Should Question Bold Claims that PCI Is “Highly Effective”

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