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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 12.21.15 – 12.23.15
Information operations reach the gaming world. Possible cyber reconnaissance of US infrastructure. Juniper's backdoor. Cyber policies around the world. US presidential campaign hacking. Remedies for holiday cyber discontents.
In this week's podcast, we discuss the new ISIS online game, Iranian cyber-reconnaissance of US infrastructure, the implications of the backdoor discovered in Juniper firewalls, surveillance policy debates, a presidential campaign hack, and holiday cyber safety. And we have a discussion of Daesh information operations from the CyberWire's editor, John Petrik.
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