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Daily Briefing 7.21.17

International operation takes down Hansa Market. Banking malware in circulation. Recovery from WannaCry and NotPetya continues (with difficulty). WikiLeaks regular dump.

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Daily Podcast 7.21.17

Hansa Market takedown. Recovery from EternalBlue exploits is a long slog. Banking malware rising. Power grid vulnerabilities. Devil's Ivy and the IoT. A look at criminal markets.

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Week that Was 7.16.17

G20 and the cooperation that wasn't. Clausewitz comes to the cyber domain. Assessing NotPetya's cost. The Great Fire Wall and the Crypto Wars. GSA and Kaspersky. More from Vault7. Lawful intercept gets lawless? Leaky S3 buckets. Crime and punishment. Industry notes.

Becoming an Analyst Part 2: Educational Foundations
In this episode, we introduce you to Wendy DeLuca and CW Walker. Although they come with experience in analysis and cyber security, neither of them had a conventional technical educational pathway to working in threat intelligence...
4th Annual Women in Cyber Security Reception
The CyberWire is pleased to present the 4th Annual Women in Cyber Security Reception in cooperation with our partner the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland (CAMI) on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, in Baltimore, MD.
IoT 2017 – Securing the Things: A CyberWire Special Edition
In this CyberWire Special Edition we speak with IoT experts who provide their take on the current state of the internet of things for consumers, enterprise, industrial control and even self-driving cars.
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