The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that ICS experts continue to warn of grid vulnerability to hacking. AMD chip flaws called real, but not very serious. Cambridge Analytica under investigation in the UK. Facebook tries without much success so far to disentangle itself from Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data. President Putin wins reelection amid accusations of voting fraud. Former French President Sarkozy is in police custody over Libyan campaign contributions. (The Libyans want their money back, too.) Chris Poulin from BAH on malware evolution. Guest is Patrick Craven from the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, a nonprofit that has scholarships available.

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