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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today’s podcast, we hear updates on suspicions of Chinese operators. Some trend reports from IBM and NETSCOUT. Bare-metal cloud services get reflashed. USB-C ports may be more vulnerable than thought to direct memory access attacks. Credential-stuffing attacks hit users of online tax-preparation services. And that missile attack on Tampa was not a drill—in fact, it never happened at all—and congratulations to the citizens of Florida for recognizing a hack and a hoax when they see one. Justin Harvey from Accenture on the types of vulnerabilities adversaries target. Guest is Guarav Tuli from F-Prime Capital on the current venture capital environment for cyber.

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