More signal, less noise—we distill the day’s critical cyber security news into a concise daily podcast. Building upon our popular Daily Briefing, our daily podcast includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world. We publish each weekday afternoon (in time for US East Coast drive-time.)
Daily Podcast Episode List
Episode 850 — 5.23.19
NATO and UK to Russia: hands off elections and infrastructure. More trouble for Huawei, and maybe for others. Notes from the Cyber Investing Summit. Equifax downgraded over 2017 breach. Is it art?
Episode 849 — 5.22.19
Fancy Bear fingered, again. Warnings for travelers. Political parties get a cybersecurity grade. Updates on US restrictions on Chinese companies.
Episode 848 — 5.21.19
BlackWater snoops through the Middle East. TeamViewer hacked. Android app behaving badly. A misconfigured database with scraped Instagram data. Ransomware notes. Huawei updates.
Episode 847 — 5.20.19
Huawei agonistes. Hacktivism is way down. New EU sanctions regime. Facebook goes after more coordinated inauthenticity. Salesforce still fixing its fix. OGuser hacked.
Episode 846 — 5.17.19
Slack closes a vulnerability. Email tracking in a court martial. Restrictions on doing business with Huawei come into place. A case of responsible disclosure.
Episode 845 — 5.16.19
US Executive Order aimed at China, and Huawei. Hunting backdoors in Dutch networks. Spyware proliferation. Cipher stunting. Titan key spoofing. Meaconing warning. Exposed PII in Russia.
Episode 844 — 5.15.19
Sharing espionage tools and infrastructure. Speculative execution flaws found in Intel chips. A big Patch Tuesday. CrowdStrike’s IPO. WhatsApp exploitation. Cyber Solarium. Ransomware in Baltimore.
Episode 843 — 5.14.19
Russians hacked two Florida counties. Fxmsp targets named. WhatsApp patches spyware-enabling flaws. Breach costs. Cisco patches routers. Endless Mayfly’s endless hogwash.
Episode 842 — 5.13.19
Security companies allegedly hacked by Fxmsp remain unidentified. SharePoint bug exploited in the wild. G7 preps major cyber exercise. Anthem hack motive? Amnesty takes NSO Group to court.
Episode 841 — 5.10.19
Breaches at AV companies? Pyongyang’s ElectricFish. Symantec’s CEO steps down. Calls to break up Facebook and regulate the pieces. US Federal indictments for leaks and breaches.
Episode 840 — 5.9.19
Someone is after Tehran’s hackers. GitLab misconfiguration. AI’s attack potential. Amazon pursues hackers who defrauded sellers. DeepDotWeb indictments. Evil Clippy. Lunch hacks in San Mateo.
Episode 839 — 5.8.19
Turla’s new backdoor. Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report. Bad actors seek to influence the EU. US CYBERCOM preps for 2020. Baltimore’s ransomware. Monolingual content moderation.
Episode 838 — 5.7.19
Reverse engineering Equation Group attack tools (and putting them to bad use). Hacking, jamming, and airstrikes. Taking down coordinated inauthenticity. How big is the dark web?
Episode 837 — 5.6.19
Supply chain hacking campaign looks like espionage. Airstrikes versus hackers. FTC versus Facebook. Notes from the Global Cyber Innovation Summit. What’s up with MegaCortex.
Episode 835 — 5.3.19
Utility hack update. Surveillance tool proliferation. Exploit black market. Novel ransomware, old distro channel. Notes from the Global Cyber Innovation Summit.
Episode 834 — 5.2.19
Wipro update. Office 365 attacks. The "Smart Content Store" is bad mojo. Russian Internet sovereignty. Global Cyber Innovation Summit notes.
Episode 833 — 5.1.19
US Energy Department alludes to March cyber incident. BND 19-02 is out. Facebook likes privacy. Assange gets a short nickel.
Episode 832 — 4.30.19
Telnet may not be the backdoor you’re looking for. Large PII database left exposed by parties unknown. DHS has a Critical Functions List. ISIS inspiration is back.
Episode 831 — 4.29.19
IoT devices exposed in peer-to-peer software vulnerability. Car hacking claims. More warnings of possible violence in Sri Lanka. Curating app stores for security. eScooter’s “voices” hacked.
Episode 830 — 4.26.19
Sri Lanka bombing investigation updates. Cryptojacking targets enterprises in East Asia. Oracle web server zero-day. The criminal-to-criminal credential-stuffing market. Who talked about Huawei in UK?