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Coming to a City or Town Near You: Ransomware

Allan Liska shares the results of recent ransomware research from his team at Recorded Future, along with advice for keeping your organization safe.

Recent Podcasts
Episode 931
9.19.19

A quick look at CISA’s National Cybersecurity Summit. A big new distributed denial-of-service vector is reported. Medical servers leave patient information...

Episode 930
9.18.19

A newly discovered threat actor, “Tortoiseshell,” has been active against targets in the Middle East. The Simjacker vulnerability may not be as widely...

Episode 929
9.17.19

More notes on the RCMP espionage scandal. The CSE’s preliminary assessment sounds serious indeed, and Canadian intelligence services are trying to identify...

Episode 928
9.16.19

Spy versus spy, in America, Canada, and Australia, with special guest stars from the Russian and Chinese services. The US Treasury Department issues more...

Bluetooth blues: KNOB attack explained.

A team of researchers have published a report titled, "KNOB Attack. Key Negotiation of Bluetooth Attack: Breaking Bluetooth Security." The report outlines...

Episode 927
9.13.19

The Ukrainian electrical grid hack seems, on further review, to have been designed to do far more damage than it actually accomplished. InnfiRAT is scouting...

Episode 926
9.12.19

DC StingRays alleged to be Israeli devices. North Korea is slipping malware past defenses by putting it into old, obscure file formats. Ryuk ransomware...

An ethical hacker can be a teacher.
9.12.19

A listener updates us on "notice of arrest" policies. Dave notes increased instances of Google Calendar spam. Joe shares a claim that AI voice mimicry...

Episode 925
9.11.19

Cobalt Dickens is back, and phishing in universities’ ponds. UNICEF scores a security own-goal. Patch Tuesday notes. A look at US election security offers...

Episode 924
9.10.19

John Bolton is out as US National Security Advisor. A new backdoor is attributed to Stealth Falcon. Wikipedia’s DDoS attack remains under investigation.

The Intersection of Political Science, Risk Management, and Cybersecurity

Matt Devost, CEO and co-founder of OODA LLC, shares his insights on managing cyber risk in a complex world, as well as his thoughts on threat intelligence.

Episode 923

A big BEC extracts more than $37 million from a major automotive parts supplier. Wikipedia suffers a DDoS attack in Europe and the Middle East. NERC and...