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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 3.14.16 – 3.18.16

ISIS messaging down; ISIS opponents' messaging may be up. Ransomware continues to rampage, and spearphishing gets more sophisticated. Apple and the Department of Justice finish their preparations for court. Cyber M&A may not augur industry consolidation.

In this podcast, we look back at how information operations are going with respect to ISIS. We follow the current state of play in the dispute between Apple and the Department of Justice over unlocking an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino jihadists. In cyber crime, bank heists succeed and (sometimes) fail, and some familiar threat names make their return. Cyber industry observers look at valuations, and at M&A activity. Dell talks with us about their latest study of the state of cyber security.

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