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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that nation-state influence operations against elections prompt investigation, introspection, and policy studies. We also hear about the implications of a major voter database exposure in the US, and about what might be done to mitigate such risks. Lancaster University's Awais Rashid shares research on security stakeholder biases. Arlen Frew from Nominum on small business vulnerabilities. Leaks from intelligence services seem to be inflicting collateral damage on Internet users as they find their way into criminal hands.

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