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643 — CyberWire Daily
7.18.18

In today's podcast, we hear about the spread of Magnibur ransomware. LabCorp discloses "suspicious activity" on its networks. The Pentagon will add cybersecurity...

642 — CyberWire Daily
7.17.18

In today's podcast we review fallout from the Trump-Putin summit. Cyberespionage campaigns resurface in East Asia—at least one of them originates in North...

Enabling Deeper Board-Level Understanding
7.16.18

Our guest today is Bryan Littlefair. He’s CEO at Cambridge Cyber Advisers, and previously held the Global CISO position at Aviva and Vodafone Group. His...

641 — CyberWire Daily
7.16.18

DNI says "warning lights are blinking red" over cyber threats. Election interference remains a risk despite lower than expected levels of threat activity.

640 — CyberWire Daily
7.13.18

In today's podcast, we hear that Special Counsel Mueller has secured an indictment of twelve Russian intelligence officers for hacking during the 2016...

639 — CyberWire Daily
7.12.18

In today's podcast, we hear that Timehop has released more information as its breach investigation proceeds. The case will be interesting as an indicator...

Presidential prank, pensioner pilfered — Hacking Humans.
7.12.18

Dave recounts the news that US President Trump likely fell for a prank phone call. Joe outlines the sad story of a woman robbed of her retirement savings.

638 — CyberWire Daily
7.11.18

In today's podcast we hear reports that the Ticketmaster breach is the tip of a big software supply chain iceberg. Chinese intelligence services closely...

637 — CyberWire Daily
7.10.18

In today's podcast, we hear that advance fee scams run by Elon Musk impersonators are using the recently rescued boys' soccer team as phishbait. Bancor...

How to Keep Finished Intelligence Fresh
7.9.18

Our guest today is Storm Swendsboe. He’s an analyst services manager at Recorded Future, leading a team of intelligence analysts providing on-demand reports...

636 — CyberWire Daily
7.9.18

In today's podcast, we hear that if your nation's team was playing a World Cup match, you probably weren't visiting dodgy websites. Concerns mount in the...

No Distribute Scanners help sell malware — Research Saturday
7.7.18

Sellers of malware on Dark Web forums often use No Distribute malware scanning tools to help verify the effectiveness of their wares, while preventing...