The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that the US Senate is ready, after a successful cloture motion, to vote on Section 702 surveillance reauthorization. Bipartisan Congressional support for election security bill. Skygofree is an unusually capable variety of Android spyware. More evidence ties North Korea's Lazarus Group to a Bitcoin spearphishing campaign. German users lured by fake Spectre/Meltdown patch sites. Healthcare organizations hit with a variety of attacks. Zulfikar Ramzan, CTO at RSA, introduces himself as we welcome him to the show. Guest is Mark Orlando from Raytheon Cyber on the Korean Olympics phishing campaigns. Thinking of VR adult content? Think twice. No, better, think thrice.

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