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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.)

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Recent episodes

Episode 621
6.15.18

In today's podcast we hear that MysteryBot is under development and presumably being prepared for sale on the black market. Satan ransomware gets a makeover...

Episode 620
6.14.18

In today's podcast, we hear that LuckyMouse has crept into an unnamed Central Asian house. Dixons Carphone data exposure presents complex legal and regulatory...

Episode 619
6.13.18

In today's podcast we hear that old news is new news when it comes to undersea cables. The Lazarus Group is still at it, against South Korean targets.

Episode 618
6.12.18

In today's podcast we hear that the US Treasury Department has announced sanctions against Russian entities it says were too cyber-cozy with the FSB. Code-signing...

Episode 617
6.11.18

In today's podcast, we hear about more SWIFT fraud, with a wiper attack as misdirection. Cryptocurrency exchange looted of ICO tokens. Chinese espionage...

Episode 616
6.8.18

In today's podcast, we hear that Adobe has patched a Flash vulnerability. InvisiMole is a discrete, selective cyber espionage tool. A Facebook glitch inadvertently...

Episode 615
6.7.18

Iron Group said to use Hacking Team source code to build a backdoor. Operation Prowli both cryptojacks and sells traffic. Fancy Bear may be getting noisier.

Episode 614
6.6.18

In today's podcast, we hear that TempTick and Turla are interested in the US-North Korean summit. That summit might not take up many cybersecurity issues.

Episode 613
6.5.18

In today's podcast, North Korea still seems to be leaving American IoT networks more-or-less alone, for now, however actively they're hacking elsewhere.

Episode 612
6.4.18

In today's podcast we hear that Microsoft is buying GitHub for $7.5 billion. VPNFilter seeks to reestablish itself. Financial Trojans are up and ransomware...

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