The CyberWire Daily Podcast is our look at what's happening in cyberspace. It provides a clear and concise summary of the news and offers commentary from industry experts as well as our Academic and Research Partners. Each Friday, we provide the usual daily summary along with a look back at the news for the entire week. We publish each weekday afternoon (in time for US East Coast drive-time.)
The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 04.28.17
Researchers name Iran as responsible for attempted hack of Israeli targets. Shamoon seems to be under the same management. Roles and missions dispute among Israeli security organizations. Thales takes a look at data security in the US Federal sector. Financial malware vector startles phishing victims into clicking. Vigilante botnets are not helping the IoT. Countermessaging is harder than it looks. And there's a lot of thinly sourced hope about hacking North Korean missiles.
In today's podcast, we hear that researchers have named the hitherto unnamed country that attempted to hack Israeli targets. Other researchers conclude Shamoon is still under the same management. Roles and missions dispute among Israeli security organizations. Peter Galvin from Thales takes a look at data security in the US Federal sector. VA Tech's Dr. Charles Clancy explains the pros and cons of 5G mobile technology. Financial malware vector startles phishing victims into clicking. Vigilante botnets are not helping the IoT. Countermessaging is still not as easy as it looks. And there's a lot of thinly sourced hope about hacking North Korean missiles.
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