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The CyberWire Daily Podcast 7.25.16

DNC chair takes the fall for DNC doxing. ISIS and al Qaeda compete to inspire terror: authorities miss some attempts, stop others. Cyber merger and acquisition news. (And to return to that DNC doxing—Vladimir Vladimirovich, who's your candidate, really?) And Motown meets malware—our notes on the inaugural Billington Global Automotive Cybersecurity Summit, including notes on safety, autonomous vehicles, bug bounties, and information sharing.

In today's podcast we take a look at the doxing of the DNC, a story which will have, as they say, "legs," if only because essentially everyone now sees Russian intelligence behind the hack. ISIS and al Qaeda continue their competition to inspire lone-wolf jihad. Turkey's crackdown on would-be putschists continues. Anonymous goes after targets in Turkey. Cyber M&A notes. Dr. Charles Clancy from the Hume Center at Virginia Tech tells us about the challenges and opportunities coming with Smart Cities. And a look back at Friday's inaugural Billington Global Automotive Cybersecurity Summit.

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