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Daily Briefing 6.23.17
Briefing

Brutal Kangaroo hops out of Vault7. Russia demand firms share source code. Data breach, ransomware updates. Online game DDoSed.

Supported by Recorded Future.
Daily Podcast 6.23.17
Podcast

Vault7 leak: Brutal Kangaroo toolkit. Data breach and ransomware updates. Notes on code audit requirements.

Supported by E8 Security, ThreatConnect, and Cylance.
Week that Was 6.25.17
Briefing

Westminster email credentials brute-forced. WikiLeaks dumps "Brutal Kangaroo" from Vault7. Insider threats. Energy sector responds to CrashOverride...

SINET Innovation Summit 2017
Event Coverage
Updated 6.23.17

SINET holds its annual Innovation Summit at the Times Center in New York City. The New York version of SINET's well-known, well-attended conferences seeks to bring together security...

CyberTech Fairfax: a global view from a local window
Event Coverage

CyberTech met Tuesday, June 13th to discuss "changing the global cyber landscape." Speakers from various sectors covered trends, emerging technologies, and continuing challenges in cyber security.

2017 Cyber Investing Summit
Event Coverage

The 2nd Annual Cyber Investing Summit was an all-day conference focusing on investing in the cyber security industry, which is predicted to exceed $1 trillion in cumulative...

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The WannaCry Ransomware Pandemic: Week One and the Weeks to Come.
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WannaCry is closing out its first week in the wild. To summarize, China and Russia have been hardest hit, with the largest number of infections striking unpatched Windows 7...

Women in Cybersecurity 2017: A CyberWire Special Edition
Podcast
The 2017 Women in Cybersecurity conference was held in Tucson Arizona, and the CyberWire was on hand to cover the event. We spoke with a variety of cyber security professionals, at different stages of their careers...
Supported by Cylance.
Jailbreak Summit 2017: (In)security Tools
Event Coverage
Information security is, at bottom, human conflict conducted by technical means. The discussions at Jailbreak, however deeply technical they became, all described people doing things to other people with code, with all the intensionality that implies.

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