The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that Ukraine's Energy Ministry is under ransomware attack. Kaspersky finds infrastructure belonging to Energetic Bear. Lots of anonymous Twitter accounts pop up in East Asia. Orangeworm is after something in healthcare networks, but whether it's IP or PII is unclear. Disclosure and patch notes. Kaspersky may be the subject of US sanctions. A hacker in the Yahoo! breach case could get almost eight years. As US midterms approach, thoughts turn to election security. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI on devices that unlock iPhones. Guest is Jerry Caponera from Nehemiah Security on quantifying cyber risk.

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