In today's Daily Podcast we hear about yesterday's apparent hack of MedStar Health—possibly ransomware, but that's still unconfirmed. FireEye warns that legacy point-of-sale systems are under increasing attack. Kaspersky says Turla spyware is using satellite connections to work around C2 server takedowns. The FBI says its succeeded in cracking that jihadi's iPhone. We talk to Accenture's Malek Ben Salem on healthcare cyber security, and we hear from Zimperium about their successful experience integrating their mobile security solution with a big telecom's services.
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