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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today’s podcast we hear that Britain’s NCSC has warned, again, that the UK is likely to face a Category One cyberattack within the next few years. In the US, Government-industry-academic partnerships work toward making critical infrastructure more resilient to cyberattack. Pyongyang’s Lazarus Group continues to rob ATMs using malware. US officials complain that China is in violation of 2015’s agreement to avoid industrial espionage. Any Russian observers give the US a passing grade for fair midterm elections. Awais Rashid from Bristol University with thoughts on placing trust in blockchain systems. Guest is Bruce Schneier, discussing his latest book, “Click here to kill everybody.”

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