The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today’s podcast, we hear that Proofpoint researchers are tracking the latest developments from the unusually diligent cyber criminals fo TA505. ISIS turns to newer, less closely monitored and moderated apps as it’s pushed out of larger social networks. Reddit asks users to reset their passwords, and to make them good ones. Google seems to have made strides against expansive interpretation of the EU’s right to be forgotten. And the curious tweets of @HAL999999999. Jonathan Katz from UMD on updated WiFi security. Guest is Ameesh Divatia from Baffle on the growing frustration with how companies handle our private information.

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