The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast, we hear that Iran has accused Israel of a second Stuxnet, claiming the attack was thwarted, and threatening retaliation. Nor is Tehran neglecting domestic surveillance of its own: Persian Stalker is involved with some pretty suspicious greyware. It's Election Day in the US, and officials are cautiously optimistic work to secure the voting will be successful. Concerns about information operations persist, and people continue to work to distinguish them from good-old-fashioned American confident chatter. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on the FBI using Google location data to nab crooks. Guest is Victor Danevich from Infoblox on the challenges on managing higher ed networks.

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