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Whether you're interested in technology, threats, trends, the marketplace, policy, research, education, or law, our briefings provide concise synthesis and analysis of cyber security news happening around the world every day.

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CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.19.19

New DDoS vector exploited. Medical images exposed online. Huawei agonistes. ISIS and commercial infrastructure.

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.18.19

Tortoiseshell threat actor in the IT supply chain. Simjacker update. Insider threats, RCMP and NSA style.

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.17.19

Updates on the RCMP information security case. Australian officials feared Chinese compromise of election systems.

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.16.19

RCMP spy case. China hacked Australian Parliament? US sanctions DPRK. FBI comms compromised, 2010-2016. Vote meddling evolves.

The Week that Was
9.14.19

Nation-states behaving badly. Big BEC. Guilty plea in FIN7 case. NIST standards out for comment. Industry news and notes.

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.13.19

CRASHOVERRIDE reassessed. InnfiRAT vs. alt-coin wallets. Simjacker exploited in the wild. Pentesters arrested. SINET 16 named.

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.12.19

DC Stingrays placed by Israel? DPRK hackers turn to obscure file formats. Ransomware steals information. Joker purge. BEC warnings. Cyber response and...

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.11.19

Cobalt Dickens is back, phishing for universities. Patch Tuesday. US election security. Operation reWired collars BEC hoods.

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.10.19

NCSC advice on DDoS protection. Stealth Falcon update. Web radios patched. Toyota BEC. US exfiltrates a source from Russia.

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.9.19

Wikipedia DDoSed. NERC reports on March 5 power grid attack. Clarification about a Chinese threat actor. Trolling Mr. Kim.

The Week that Was
9.7.19

Domestic surveillance (even abroad). More on Stuxnet. Ransomware, deep fakes, election security, courts, and industry notes.

CyberWire Daily Briefing
9.6.19

Tracking Uyghur travelers. Repurposing EternalRomance? Third-party breach affects job-seekers. Joker loose in the Play Store. Notes on the Billington Summit.