The problem with Roe digital security advice- POLITICO

With help from Eric Geller

— With a dwindling number of days left for the Supreme Court to issue a decision on Roe, privacy experts are increasingly warning that legislative and executive actions are the only surefire way to fend off digital surveillance threats.

— CISA will warn today about a set of more than two dozen security flaws affecting some of the top security vendors for critical infrastructure operators, according to the researchers who discovered the problem.

— A report out this morning underscores just how difficult tackling open source software’s cybersecurity woes will be — just in time for a major open source software summit kicking off today.

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