Every Monday through Friday, the CyberWire's Daily News Briefing gives you a clear picture of news concerning cyber security. 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.
BlackEnergy is back. Campaign against diplomatic targets in Central Asia. Terror group cyber template. Election security
Social-media enabled genocide. Conspiracy speculation on seeding attack story. GCHQ reports; DHS reassures; Russia complains.
Facebook breach updates. More skepticism on Chinese supply chain attack. Pipeline explosion not an attack. EU cyber sanctions.
Telebots, BlackEnergy said to be the same actor. Risky mixing of IT and OT. Facebook's inauthenticity purge. Cyber responses.
Chinese MSS officer in US custody for hacking. More doubt cast on supply chain attack report. Contrasting hacker styles.
Supply chain seeding claims still controversial. DDoS in Kiev. GAO on weapon vulnerabilities. DVR, camera flaws. Patch notes.
Barking at the GRU from all directions. Skepticism about report of seeding attack. Google+ is leaky (and will soon be gone).
Updates on supply chain seeding reports and GRU misbehavior. DHS's NPPD will become the lead US civilian cyber agency.
Chinese supply chain attack? GRU named, shamed, expelled, and indicted. Arrest in Congressional doxing case.
Facebook breach updates. Zoho exploited. Instagram hijacking. Botnet vs. Brazil. Buggy routers. Patches. Bad Fortnite cheats.