Sounds horribly similar to the error on the 737max computer systems - bad sensors confusing the computer
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They didnt send me malware, werent overly intrusive and didnt generally get in the way of a fast browser experirence - cf lot of US news sites post GDPR stripped all the adverts and they run at 10% of the download size and page load many many time faster
But the malware is the real issue. Sort out the security, stop reselling the ad platforms 6 layers deep and dont take 20 seconds to page load.....
In the Uk they are done through the DVLA to the registered owner - ie the Takata airbag recall got my 2008 car recalled late last year. But even with that central register its a still problem, and even more so in the IoT world where things never get patches even from large well known manufacturers
Seriously, this was a SQL-Injection vuln and they'd been breached 2 previously documented times this year alone....
As to the lack of of a CISO and a well trained security team and droppng to to t he business units to sort this out, I'd suggest this isnt a good idea in todays world.
Given the continued poor levels of customer service even before this and after the 'new management' had turned this service issue around are we sure this just isnt an excuse by the investors to show disapproval.
just like the CEO of Target wasnt ousted due to the breach there (it was a failed attempt the start Target in Canada) what else has TalkTalk not been able to do?
Vulture Central's backroom gremlins can't help but wonder why the MoD want to park buses, rather than F-35 fighter jets, on their shiny new aircraft carrier. As regular Reg readers know, the defence industry got away with murder when the Queen Elizabeth class were ordered.
Probably because the Buses actually work.. http://gizmodo.com/all-us-and-uk-f-35s-are-being-grounded-again-because-1599593347
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