In today's podcast we offer updates on the weekend's attacks against US targets in Minnesota, New York, and New Jersey. So far the cyber dimension is limited to ISIS cheerleading and claiming credit online, but the investigations are still in their early stages. Fancy Bear doxes more athletes from the WADA networks. Fancy's also still interested in US elections, and experts point out that releasing genuine emails could be battlespace preparation for online disinformation operations. In industry news, Oracle buy Palerra, and major tech companies form a Vendor Security Alliance. Malek Ben Salem from Accenture Labs outlines some frameworks they've been developing for the industrial IoT. Reactions to the prospect of a Snowden pardon, and an insider gives his take on Snowden, the movie.
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(October 5-6, 2016, Washington, DC) The fifth annual RFUN Conference is a two-day event that brings together the diverse and talented community of analysts and operational defenders who apply real-time threat intelligence to out-innovate their adversaries. recordedfuture.com/rfun
This annual networking event highlights and celebrates the value and successes of women in the cyber security industry. Leaders from the private sector, academia, and government from across the region and at varying points on the career spectrum can connect with each other to strengthen relationships and build new ones.