Audit finds no “Chinese spy chips” on Supermicro motherboards. Huawei CFO Meng’s hearing continues. Oil services firm’s servers attacked. Seedworm shows some new tricks. Secure instant messaging apps may be less secure than hoped. A new adware strain reported. Mr. Pichai goes to Washington, and Uncle Pennybags puts in an appearance. The US House Oversight and Government Reform Committee reports on the Equifax breach. Prof. Awais Rashid from Bristol University on risk management in a data-intensive world. Guest is Barry Hensley from Secureworks on supply chain risks.

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