The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear assessments of WikiLeaks' latest Vault 7 files—compromised supply chain or damp squib? NATO worries about Russian information operations. ISIS continues to push jihadist inspiration online, claiming the London killer as one of the Caliphate's soldiers. Facile attribution can mislead, as seen in a surprising arrest. Comments on America's Joblink Alliance breach. Acalvio's Chris Roberts wonders if AI and Machine Learning are all they're cracked up to be. Palo Alto Networks' Rick Howard has an update on the Cyber Threat Alliance. And Estonian experience suggests to the world that President Putin is a proud spirit who cannot endure to be mocked.

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