The CyberWire podcasts are our look at what's happening in cyberspace. It provides clear and concise summaries of the news and offers commentary from industry experts as well as our partners.
Peter Ney is a PhD candidate in the Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington where he is advised by Professor Tadayoshi Kohno. His current research is focused on understanding computer security risks in emerging technologies like DNA synthesis and sequencing and the new threats posed by maliciously crafted, synthetic DNA...
DPRK returns to bank robbery. Ransomware updates. Patches from Oracle, Lenovo, BlackBerry. Criminal coin miners.
Panama Papers assassination? Black Oasis exploits Flash Player. DPRK hacked TV show. Patching KRACK and ROCA. WikiLeaks prepping something? DHS BOD 18-01. SCOTUS to rule on data warrants.
KRACK attacks. Iran's growing capability in cyberspace. Swedish and Polish targets probed by state-directed cyber ops. QR code security issues. Russia to introduce official cryptocurrency.
Germany's BSI sees no problem in Kasperky software. Equifax, TransUnion, suffer from third-party malvertizing code. ISIS expected to change its inspiration. Notes on the dark web.
Panama Papers pinch. North Korean spearphishing against ICS. CyberMaryland notes. Google Home Mini was tale-bearing (but now it's better).
Israel said to have tipped the US off concerning Kaspersky risks. Accenture databases exposed. Deloitte breach may be worse than initially thought.
Cyberespionage in the Korean peninsula. Russian influence operators bought Facebook, Google ads. Forrester hacked. Kovter, OilRig get upgrades. US CYBERCOM CSM notes.