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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 1.4.16 – 1.8.16
SandWorm and BlackEnergy—an attack on Ukraine's power grid. Enemies of ISIS continue their search for counter-messaging and actionable intelligence. DDoS as misdirection. Compromised certificates used to spread malware, and something new: ransomware-as-a-service.
In this week-in-review podcast, we discuss state conflict in cyberspace, information operations for and against jihad, and trends in cyber crime.We also have an interview with a Zscaler executive in which he shares Zscaler's insights into the abuse of compromised certificates.
Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute
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