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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 3.7.16 – 3.11.16
Apple and the Department of Justice face off in court, very different views of what's at stake in unlocking an iPhone. The US Congress considers legislation governing decryption and critical infrastructure protection. Ransomware and DDoS dominate cyber crime. Industry observers wonder if patching has gotten out of hand.
In this podcast, we look at the things Apple and the Department of Justice are saying about each other in court briefs, and in public. We follow news of critical infrastructure risks, and as usual we review the state of crimeware. We hear about cyber education and training, and we get some industry perspectives on Big Data and other security trends.
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