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Daily Briefing 5.20.19

Huawei hit by chip, software delivery halts. Facebook removes inauthentic accounts. Salesforce software issue. OGUsers hacked.

Supported by Blackberry Cylance.
Daily Podcast 5.17.19

Slack closes a vulnerability. Email tracking in a court martial. Restrictions on doing business with Huawei come into place. A case of responsible disclosure.

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Hacking Humans 5.16.19

Dave describes a late-night phone call scam, Joe explains a Social Security scheme, Stu shares deadly catch of the day, and Kevin shares stories from his own hacking experience, and takes questions from the audience.

Supported by KnowBe4
Research Saturday 5.18.19

Researchers at Symantec have been tracking an espionage group known as Elfin that has targeted dozens of organizations over the past three years, primarily focusing on Saudi Arabia and the United States. Alan Neville is a principal threat intelligence analyst at Symantec, and he joins us to share their findings.

Supported by Juniper Networds and Enveil
Week that Was 5.18.19

Fxmsp update. Endless Mayfly's info ops. WhatsApp exploit. ZombieLoad bug. US Executive Order. Patch notes. Industry news.

A Risk-Based Approach From Spammers to Nation-States
Martijn Grooten of Virus Bulletin discusses the range of threats that he's tracked over the past few decades, his thoughts on threat intelligence, and more.

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A Fresh Take on Defining Threat Intelligence
Levi Gundert and Allan Liska provide a refresher on threat intelligence, including how they have come to describe it and what, exactly, it is and is not.
Cosmic AES Signals and Space, May 2019
Bandwidth usage appears to be an export control loophole. A military tech-sharing agreement modeled on the Five Eyes. Bringing greater flexibility to satellite operations. OPIR update. A new ISAC aims to facilitate cyber information-sharing across the space sector. Space junk and space operations. Space traffic and space jams...
The ghost and the mole; Eric O'Neill's Gray Day.

Eric O’Neill is a former FBI counterintelligence and counterterrorism operative, and founder of the Georgetown Group, a security and investigative firm, as well as national security strategist for Carbon Black. In his book Gray Day, My Undercover Mission to Expose America’s First Cyber Spy...

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CyberWire-X 1.30.19

In the final episode of our four-part series, called “Ground Truth or Consequences: the challenges and opportunities of regulation in cyberspace,” we examine some of the game changing high profile breaches like Yahoo, Equifax and OPM, along with their impacts and lessons learned. Our guest is Dr. Christopher Pierson, CEO and founder of BlackCloak.

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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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