Pokémon Go's astonishing success. (And attack surface?) Crime, folly, the punishment thereof.
In today’s podcast we hear about ISIS and its response to pressure from its enemies—the news is decidedly mixed, especially given the tragedy in France. Familiar banking Trojans, exploit kits, and ransomware pick up some new functionality. Someone’s jackpotting ATMs in Taiwan. SAP and Cisco patch. US court rulings have privacy and liability implications. Venture capital investments and M&A news. Ben Yelin tells us about a 4th Amendment case involving privacy on your home computer, and Eli Sugarman from the Hewlett Foundation's Cyber Initiative shares their grant making story. And Pokemon-Go continues its irresistible rise—don’t slip into any augmented reality pitfalls.