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Smuggling Gold by Disguising it as Machine Parts
From Schneier on Security

Smuggling Gold by Disguising it as Machine Parts

Someone got caught trying to smuggle 322 pounds of gold (that’s about 1/4 of a cubic foot) out of Hong Kong. It was disguised as machine parts: On March 27, customs...

AI and Trust
From Schneier on Security

AI and Trust

Watch the Video on YouTube.com A 15-minute talk by Bruce Schneier.

Upcoming Speaking Engagements
From Schneier on Security

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

This is a current list of where and when I am scheduled to speak: I’m speaking at the Munich Security Conference (MSC) 2024 in Munich, Germany, on Friday, February...

Upcoming Speaking Engagements
From Schneier on Security

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

This is a current list of where and when I am scheduled to speak: I’m speaking at the International PolCampaigns Expo (IPE24) in Cape Town, South Africa, January...

AI and Lossy Bottlenecks
From Schneier on Security

AI and Lossy Bottlenecks

Artificial intelligence is poised to upend much of society, removing human limitations inherent in many systems. One such limitation is information and logistical...

AI and Trust
From Schneier on Security

AI and Trust

I trusted a lot today. I trusted my phone to wake me on time. I trusted Uber to arrange a taxi for me, and the driver to get me to the airport safely. I trusted...

Decoupling for Security
From Schneier on Security

Decoupling for Security

This is an excerpt from a longer paper. You can read the whole thing (complete with sidebars and illustrations) here. Our message is simple: it is possible to get...

Spaf on the Morris Worm
From Schneier on Security

Spaf on the Morris Worm

Gene Spafford wrote an essay reflecting on the Morris Worm of 1988—35 years ago. His lessons from then are still applicable today.
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