The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's Podcast, we hear about ISIS attempts at inspiration online—their technical capabilities are low, but they continue to hit information ops hard. A Bavarian nuclear plant finds a malware infestation—spooky, but apparently without effect. Observers expect more hacks like the one on the Bangladesh Bank, and the Platinum threat group looks state-sponsored. The security industry may be showing signs of consolidation. The University of Maryland's Markus Rauschecker explains why law firms are attractive hacking targets, and Todd O'Boyle from Percipient Networks urges us to listen to our malware.

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