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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 12.28.15 – 12.30.15
Turkey sustains a denial-of-service campaign from Anonymous. A look at the ISIS online, its aspirations and remaining limitations. community. Flash Player issues. National cyber laws and policies considered, with a particular look at surveillance and encryption. And industry analysts forecast a very big 2016 for cyber security.
In this week-in-review podcast, we discuss threats to infrastructure from Iran and ISIS, Daesh cyber offensive aspirations and realities, emergency Flash Player patches, and the look of the cyber security sector in 2016. We also have an interview with Savvius CTO Mandana Javaheri in which she shares her thoughts on cloud security and the Internet-of-things.
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