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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear about how Fancy Bear left tracks in Bitly, and Fancy Bear did an awful lot of phishing going back to March 2015. Experts take a look at Russian espionage and influence operations, and they draw some disturbing conclusions. The EU seems ready to go anti-encryption—how that will work with the EU's regulatory emphasis on privacy is anyone's guess. The University of Maryland's Jonathan Katz explains the recent Z-Coin crypto-currency bug. Bob Ackerman from Allegis Captical and DataTribe offers insights on the investment environment for cyber. And no, that's not a famous theologian tweeting: it's the head G-Man.

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