The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear about the ways in which some old breaches are resurfacing to trouble major social media platforms. Those old breaches are also looking far larger than initially suspected. We learn about "sandjacking" and "bug poaching" as new additions to the lexicon of cyber crime. Analysts continue to think threats will drive cyber industry growth, and venture capital interest seems high, but more selective. Dr. Vikram Sharma from Quintessence explains One Time Pads, and Threat Quotient's Ryan Trost shares the pros and cons of attribution.

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