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Another Star Wars movie is set to be released on Friday. That means it’s time to dress like a Storm Trooper to head to the theater.
It also means, perhaps, that it’s time to watch The CyberWire put a cybersecurity spin on the Death Star’s undoing. The short film is the second in the series, the first of which was part of a CyberPoint International project.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will convince you the technological terror’s vulnerabilities were exposed by a brave band of rebels.
Or was it a phishing attack on email@example.com?
Only the Galactic Empire’s CISO knows for sure.-30-
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