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 722 — 11.9.18
Critical infrastructure resiliency. Lazarus Group’s FASTcash robberies. China’s ongoing industrial espionage. Trolls aside, Russian observers think the US elections were A-OK.
Episode 721 — 11.8.18
Post hack ergo propter hack: DHS calls Russian claims “noisy garbage.” Responsible and irresponsible disclosure. FCC wants an end to robocalls. USPS Informed Delivery abused. Post Canada—whoa.
Episode 720 — 11.7.18
A quick look back at the US midterms, and the cyber Pearl Harbor that wasn’t. Update Apache Struts. Smishing with the Play Store. Another advance fee scam.
Episode 719 — 11.6.18
Iran complains, threatens, and spies. Election Day cybersecurity notes.
Episode 718 — 11.5.18
US midterm election cybersecurity updates. PortSmash side-channel proof-of-concept. Botnets compete to cryptojack Android devices. And will the GRU get its "R" back?
Episode 717 — 11.2.18
Cyber Sitzkrieg. Waiting for the Bears to show up (and ready to set the Dogs on them). Facebook private messages for sale.
Episode 716 — 11.1.18
Wi-Fi access point zero-day reported. US Cyber Command on the offensive. Transparency is tougher than it looks. GandCrab not paying out as much—good. PIPEDA takes effect. Soulmate spyware.
Episode 715 — 10.31.18
Influence operations, and advice on recognizing them. Ransomware updates. US indicts Chinese nationals for industrial espionage. An object lesson from the US Geological Survey.
Episode 714 — 10.30.18
This cybersecurity stuff is tougher than it looks, US state election officials learn. Saudi surveillance. Espionage in Iran. New attack varieties. Chinese hardware concerns. US sanctions chipmaker.
Episode 713 — 10.29.18
Facebook takes down Iranian-run accounts. Criminal investigations look online. IBM to buy Red Hat. Satori is still with us. British Airways and Magecart.
Episode 712 — 10.26.18
Airline breach bigger than thought. Securing Mexican financial institutions. Demonbot vs. Hadoop. New decryptor out for GandCrab ransomware. Civilian Cybersecurity Corps?
Episode 711 — 10.25.18
Influence operations, da. Direct hacking? Maybe nyet. Chalubo botnet borrows old tricks. Financial sector alert in Mexico. Airline breach disclosed. Lawsuits over privacy. ICS Security notes.
Episode 710 — 10.24.18
Trolling the trolls. Triton/Trisis attributed to Russia. Asset management in ICS. Threat intelligence drives threat evolution. Shadow web-apps. Apple likes GDPR, hates the Data-Industrial Complex.
Episode 709 — 10.23.18
Influence operations in Brazil and the US. Vulnerabilities disclosed in commonly used software. Healthcare.gov breach. Industrial control system cybersecurity.
Episode 708 — 10.22.18
Russian indicted in US midterm election influence conspiracy case. Styles and goals of info ops. Cyber deterrence. DPRK petty crime. Alt-coin scammer. Spy chip story remains unconfirmed, unretracted.
Episode 707 — 10.19.18
Chinese supply-chain hack story gets vanishingly thin. Twitter downs pro-Saudi bots. SEO poisoning. OceanLotus evolves. Ransomware notes.
Episode 706 — 10.18.18
Looks like Comment Crew, but probably isn't. Facebook breached by spammers. Twitter's big troll trove. Router issues. Who dunnit to YouTube?
Episode 705 — 10.17.18
Two ways of hacking the vote. BlackEnergy is active in Poland and Ukraine. ISIS and info ops. Hurricane-stressed utility further stressed by ransomware. Silicon Valley governance.
Episode 704 — 10.16.18
Facebook in Myanmar. Supply chain seeding attack update. Election hacking. NCSC reports. EU prepares sanctions (Russia feels ill-used).
Episode 704 — 10.15.18
Facebook breach details. Privacy issues and an image problem for advocates. Supply-chain-attack skepticism. Info ops, bikers, and deniable paramilitaries.