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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we pass on what we've heard at ITSEF about Russian hybrid warfare: it aims, experts say, at redressing the loss of the Cold War. Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 found vulnerable to a buffer overflow attack. Cerber ransomware evolves to evade detection. Bugs found in Siemens ICS products. VMWare patches vulnerabilities. Laptops with sensitive information lost in Hong Kong and New York. Joe Carrigan from the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute reviews a teddy bear who can’t keep a secret. Peak10’s David Kidd outlines compliance advantages of the cloud. Malicious USB sticks strewn around a Canadian university campus.

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