Cyber Security Today: Jan 11, 2019 — U.S. shutdown affects government web sites, malvertising and new social media sites used by terrorists

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Today's podcast looks at how the U.S. shutdown affects government web sites, a malvertising warning and how new social media sites are used by terrorists

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