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Episode 973
11.19.19

Louisiana recovers from a ransomware attack against state servers. North Korea appears to still be interested in Indian industry--this time it’s people...

Episode 972
11.18.19

Disney+ credentials already on sale in the black market souks. India reassures nuclear power partners that the Kudankulam incident didn’t compromise safety.

Episode 971
11.15.19

Pemex has recovered from the ransomware attack it sustained...or has it? TA2101 is spoofing German, Italian, and US government agencies in its phishing...

Episode 970
11.14.19

PureLocker is a new ransomware strain available in the black market. APT33 is showing a surge of activity. Lawfare and information operations in and around...

Slowly awakening to the problems we face.
11.13.19

Ben looks at the cozy relationship between Ring and local law enforcement, Dave shares a story about a DNA tests and search warrants. Our listener on the...

Episode 969
11.13.19

National Association of Manufacturers hacked during Sino-American trade negotiations (and tensions). Ineffectual DDoS attacks hit both of the UK’s largest...

Episode 968
11.12.19

The UK’s Labour Party says it was hacked, but unsuccessfully. The Lazarus Group seems to be back out and about, and apparently interested in India. The...

Security Intelligence in the Digital Transformation

Recorded Future’s chief of intelligence solutions, Stuart Solomon, discusses security intelligence and some practical considerations for integrating it.

Monitoring the growing sophistication of PKPLUG.

Researchers from Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 have been tracking a Chinese cyber espionage group they've named PKPLUG. The group mainly targets victims...

Episode 967
11.8.19

Warnings and advice about Emotet and BlueKeep, both being actively used or exploited in the wild. Two new carding bots are in circulation against e-commerce...

Episode 966
11.7.19

The US off-off-year elections seem to have gone off largely free of interference, but officials caution that major foreign influence campaigns can be expected...

When you are the target, objectivity is gone.
11.7.19

Joe shares a report on who's more susceptible for scams. Dave shares a story from a listener who was hit by a scam attempt while staying at a hotel. Our...