The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.29.16
Ep 131 | 6.29.16

Istanbul bombings prompt global intel collection re-look. Cyber threats to transportation.

Show Notes

In today's podcast, we note that in the wake of the ISIS bombings in Istanbul, security services around the world are looking for online intelligence that might help prevent future terror attacks. Another wave of SWIFT fraud appears to have hit--this time the victims are banks in Ukraine and Russia. Ransomware updates (including the unwelcome return of Locky), notes on smishing, and a review of some questionable PlayStore apps. Apple's iPhone turns 9 and The University of Maryland's Jonathan Katz explains company's move toward "differential privacy." Jon Allen from Booze Allen Hamilton talks about the Automotive ISAC and previews the upcoming Billington Cybersecurity Global Automotive Cybersecurity Summit.