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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 3.21.16 – 3.25.16
Cyber skirmishing expected in the wake of Brussels bombings. The FBI goes to work on that iPhone without Apple's help. Ransomware shows new and disturbing functionality. Seven Iranians indicted for Rye dam hack (and more). Cylance describes Operation Dust Storm. Recent patches. The human beings are a bad influence on robots.
In this podcast, we look back at how the likely shape of cyber conflict between ISIS and its opponents. The FBI says it will unlock that jihadist's iPhone itself, thank you very much. Ransomware stays number one on the criminal hit parade. We look at recent patches and the vulnerabilities they closed. Cylance describes Operation Dust Storm. And robots that hope to grow up right should steer clear of…well, us.
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