The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear that Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg has finished testifying on Capitol Hill, denying that Facebook sells data or that it knew what those people at Cambridge were up to with the data they obtained. Supply chain cyber threats to satellites. North Korean destructive malware may be back. Early bird code injection. GCHQ takes on ISIS in cyberspace. Germany attributes 2017 network intrusions to Russia. International body confirms British official accounts of the Salisbury nerve agent attacks. Chris Poulin from BAH on self driving car tech that monitors the driver’s gaze to make sure they are paying attention to the road. Guest is Oren Falkowitz from Area 1 Security, looking at the Atlanta ransomware incident.

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