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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 1.11.16 – 1.15.16

How hackers did (and did not) take down a Ukrainian utility. ISIS expands its information ops establishment: tweets, emojis, magazines, e-zines, and a news agency. The Dark Web as dystopia. The crypto wars continue—joined by skirmishing over cyber export control. Many vendors patch this week. And the Crackas-with-Attitude enter stage left.

In this week's podcast, we discuss the state of the inquiry into Ukraine's power grid hack, infrastructure attacks as casus belli, the ISIS info ops establishment, crypto wars, export wars, and, of course, the Crackas with Attitude. And we feature an interview on industrial control system security with expert Joe Weiss.

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