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Daily Briefing 1.17.19

New case against Huawei? New Magecart campaign under way. RF controller issues. NanoCore is stubborn. Data exposure.

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Daily Podcast 1.17.19

Cyber espionage vs. the RoK MoD. Fancy Bear’s old Lojax tricks. US rumored to be prepping another case against Huawei. Database exposure in Oklahoma. Yes Men prank Post.

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Hacking Humans 1.17.19

Joe shares the tale of a prisoner running a variety of romance scams from the inside. Dave outlines direct deposit scams. The catch of the day is a clever variation from (where else?) Nigeria. Our guest is Sam Small from ZeroFox.

Supported by KnowBe4
Secure Identity and Access Management
Robb Reck, CISO at Ping Identity, discusses where he sees identity and access management heading in the future, his take on threat intelligence, and more.
Research Saturday 1.12.19

Researchers at RiskIQ have been tracking a series of web-based credit card skimmers known as Magecart. We take a closer look at attacks on Ticketmaster, British Airways, NewEgg and Shopper Approved payment card pages. Yonathan Klijnsma is lead of threat research at RiskIQ, and he guides us through what they've learned.

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Week that Was 1.12.19

Influence ops,:state-sponsored, political, and freelance. Cyber cold war? Oversharing apps. Industry notes.

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Making the business case for privacy. — Special Edition

In this CyberWire special edition, our guest is Cisco’s Chief Privacy Officer Michelle Dennedy. We discuss what exactly a chief privacy officer does at a global organization like Cisco, why she thinks we’re in the early stages of a privacy revolution...

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CyberWire-X 12.21.18

In this episode we take at risk and regulation in the financial sector, specifically how it intersects with cyber security. How do organizations operate in a heavily regulated global financial environment, while protecting their employees, their customers, and the integrity of a system largely built on trust...

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5th Annual Women in Cyber Security Reception
The CyberWire is pleased to present the 5th Annual Women in Cyber Security Reception on Thursday, October 18, 2018, in Washington, DC.
Sophia d'Antoine — asm2vec: Binary Learning for Vulnerability Discovery
This talk will present a novel application of a machine learning model and a corresponding tool, asm2vec, for vulnerability discovery. Treating both program disassembly as a natural language, we construct embeddings of identifiers at scale using a concept similar to word2vec, in which the output is a vector of related identifiers and their proximity.

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