The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear that hacktivist lightning is flashing across the Aegean, hitting Greek and Turkish TV stations. Process Doppelgänging is observed in ransomware circulating in the wild. Unstructured data could expose enterprises to GDPR regulatory risk. So might transitive data sharing. Big US companies are ready to follow GDPR standards in North America as well as Europe. Older Lantech industrial servers appear vulnerable to remote code execution. Vandals hit security cameras in Japan. And teachers, don't necessarily leave those kids alone, but maybe that cultist is actually an infosec enthusiast. Emily Wilson from Terbium Labs on third party data showing up on the dark web. Guest is Chris Dollase from Mimecast on the role of the threat researcher.

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