The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we learn that Google has demonstrated that SHA-1 can be broken in a collision attack. Grizzly Steppe threat actors seem to have a lot in common with the Carbanak gang. Bitcoin exchange hit by DDoS. Linux patches an old vulnerability. Reuters says Symantec was in talks to buy FireEye, but the companies backed away from a deal. An arrest in the Deutsche Telekom hack. Dr. Charles Clancy from Virginia Tech's Hume Center explores the designation of election systems as critical infrastructure. Jason Porter from AT&T describes the newly formed IoT Cybersecurity Alliance. And what the vulnerability researchers found when they looked at connected cars.

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