The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today’s podcast we discuss ISIS terror and online inspiration. We learn that experts are reaching consensus that Russia hacked the US Democratic National Committee, and we hear some steps that might be taken to protect email. We speak with the company that provided cyber security for the Republican National Convention. New vulnerabilities are discovered in wireless keyboards and smart lightbulbs. Ransomware persists, and the numner of DDoS attacks seems to be spiking, recently. The White House issues PPD-41, “Cyber Incident Coordination.” Level 3's Dale Drew speaks to the uptick in DDoS attacks, and Vince Crisler from Dark Cubed shares his experiences protection the RNC national convention from cyber threats. And people are still catching Pokémon in places they shouldn’t.

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