The CyberWire Daily Podcast is our look at what's happening in cyberspace. It provides a clear and concise summary of the news and offers commentary from industry experts as well as our Academic and Research Partners. We publish each weekday afternoon (in time for US East Coast drive-time.)
The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.15.16
Russian organs were in DNC's networks. Chinese industrial espionage continues apace, despite ongoing talks with the US. Investigation of Orlando shooter turns to family connections, online inspiration. New breaches flood black markets with credentials and server access. USAF may have lost years of IG case data. Microsoft patches; Adobe delays to address new zero-day.
In today's podcast, we follow up on Russian intelligence services' hacks of the US Democratic National Committee, and their connection with other cyber espionage campaigns. We hear about more Chinese government industrial spying. ISIS claims to the Orlando shooter as one of its own as the civilized world continues to grope toward an understanding of ISIS information operations. More breaches add more credentials (and server access) to the black market. We take a quick look at Patch Tuesday. Charles Clancy from the Hume Center at Virginia Tech gives us a lesson in information sharing, and Vinny D'Agostino from K2 Intelligence shares how they're helping NFL players stay safe on social media.
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