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The CyberWire Daily Podcast 12.22.16

ISIS seeks to inspire Christmas attacks. Ukraine receives Russian tactical cyber operations. Analysts mull the possibility of a Russo-American détente emerging from cyber conflict. Investigation of Ukrainian power outage continues, without definitive result. Mirai continues to rope maverick devices into its bot-herd. Groupon users defrauded via reused credentials. WordPress and Tumblr receive criminal attention.

In today's podcast, we hear about ISIS attempts to inspire Christmas attacks. Ukraine is on the receiving end of Russian tactical cyber operations, and yes, it's Fancy Bear. Analysts mull the possibility of a Russo-American détente emerging from cyber conflict. Mirai continues to rope maverick devices into its bot-herd. Virginia Tech's Hume Center's Dr. Charles Clancy explains mobile device encryption. Adnan Amjad from Deloitte describes creative ways of finding IT talent. And WordPress and Tumblr receive criminal attention.

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