In today's podcast, we learn that EU election monitors say Kenyan presidential voting went off without hacking (the losing opposition disagrees). Germany looks toward securing September's vote. North Korea receives cyber attention from somewhere in the civilized world. Ukraine's postal service sustains a two-day DDoS attack. WannaCry and NotPetya pseudoransomware fallout. Spyware-infected apps found in the Google Play Store. Jonathan Katz from UMD on a RSA 2048 encryption hack. Markus Jakobsson from Agari on a proposed cyber threat classification system. "Mr. Smith" comes to Midtown, and he wants a raise from Richard.
Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning. This technology is popping up in everywhere in cybersecurity. Aside from sounding cutting-edge, what does it mean? What value does it add? Find out exactly how cool AI and machine learning are, and how small nuances in how each is used can make a big difference from E8, at e8security.com.
The Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute and COMPASS Cyber Security are hosting the 4th Annual Cyber Security Conference for Executives on Tuesday, September, 19. It will be held on the Homewood Campus of Johns Hopkins University. This year’s theme is, “Emerging Global Cyber Threats.” The conference will feature thought leaders across a variety of industries to address current cyber security threats to organizations and how executives can work to better protect their data. Learn more at secsc.compasscyber.com