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Ep 1958 | 12.1.23

Wyden blocks the senate vote.

Senator Wyden blocks the Senate vote on the new NSA and Cyber Command lead. GPS interference is attributed to Iran. Meta identifies and removes Chinese and Russian accounts and groups for coordinated inauthenticity. The EU Council president proposes ‘European cyber force’ with ‘offensive capabilities’. Twisted Spider is observed conducting new ransomware campaigns. Staples sustains a cyberattack. Apple releases security updates for two actively exploited zero-days. On today’s Mr. Security Answer Person segment, John Pescatore joins us to talk about Microsoft's Secure Future Initiative. And how can you tell if your bot is involved in insider trading?

Ep 1957 | 11.30.23

Widespread exploitation of severe vulnerability in ownCloud.

Reports of a Critical Vulnerability in ownCloud. Sites serving bogus McAfee virus alerts. Japan’s space agency reports a breach. Okta revises the impact of their recent breach. Cryptomixer gets taken down in an international law enforcement operation. "SugarGh0st" RAT prospects targets in Uzbekistan and South Korea. NATO cyber exercise runs against the background of Russia's hybrid war. On today’s Threat Vector segment, David Moulton of Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 talks with guest John Huebner about the intricacies of managing threat intelligence feeds. And Russian DDoS’ers are looking for volunteers.

Ep 1956 | 11.29.23

Major crackdown on international cybersecurity.

A major ransomware gang is taken down in an international sweep. CISA and the WaterISAC respond to the Aliquippa cyberattack. Attacks against infrastructure operators hit business systems. Qlik Sense installations are hit with Cactus ransomware. Researchers discover a Google Workspace vulnerability. A hacktivist auxiliary compromises a Russian media site. In an exclusive interview, Eric Goldstein, Executive Assistant Director at CISA, describes their new Secure by Design Alerts program launching today. Tim Starks from the Washington Post shares some insights on the latest legislation dealing with section 702 surveillance. And security teams need not polish up that resumé after a breach.

Ep 1955 | 11.28.23

Hospitals on the hotplate after ransomware attacks.

Ransomware targets healthcare organizations. WildCard deploys SysJoker malware. DPRK cryptocurrency theft. The status of Ukraine's IT Army. A Russian news outlet unmasks Killmilk. Our Industry Insights guest today is Guy Bejerano, CEO and Co-Founder of SafeBreach, discussing risk reduction in action. And there’s discord on dark markets about large language models.

Ep 1954 | 11.27.23

Hacktivists assemble to attack Pennsylvania water utility.

Iranian hacktivists claim an attack on a Pennsylvania water utility. North Korea's increased attention to supply-chains. Rhysida's action against British and Chinese targets. Sandworm activity puts European power utilities on alert. Neanderthals and the Telekopye bot. Mirai-based botnet activity. Our guest is Chris Betz, the new CISO of AWS Security, with insights on the upcoming AWS re:Invent conference. And just how easy is it to track the comings and goings at Mar-a-Lago?

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Dave Bittner
Dave Bittner is a security podcast host and one of the founders at CyberWire. He's a creator, producer, videographer, actor, experimenter, and entrepreneur. He's had a long career in the worlds of television, journalism and media production, and is one of the pioneers of non-linear editing and digital storytelling.
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