The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.29.20
Ep 1119 | 6.29.20
Ransomware pays, in California. Kashmir utility recovers from cyberattack. Update on hacktivism vs. Ethiopia. Another misconfigured AWS account. Guilt and sentencing in high-profile cybercrime.
Show Notes

The University of California San Francisco pays Netwalker extortionists nearly a million and a half to recover its data. A Kashmir utility restores business systems after last week’s cyberattack. The website defacements in Ethiopia continue to look more like hacktivism than state-sponsored activity. Our very own Rick Howard talks about wrapping up his first season of CSO Perspectives. Our guest is Sanjay Gupta from Mitek discussing how online marketplaces can balance security with biometrics. Data are exposed at an e-learning platform. Three prominent cyber-hoods go down in US Federal courts. And Lion says the beer is flowing, post ransomware.