The CyberWire Daily Podcast 4.27.22
Ep 1566 | 4.27.22

Russian privateering continues. Stonefly is straight out of Pyongyang, and the Lazarus Group has never really left. Foggy Bottom seeks (Russian) snitches.

Show Notes

Heard on the Baltimore waterfront. Privateering against Western brands. An update on sanctions and counter sanctions. Stonefly, straight outta Pyongyang. Lazarus is also back (and not in the good way). Richard Hummel from NETSCOUT discusses their bi-annual Threat Intel Report. Jon DiMaggio from Analyst1 joins us to discuss his new book, “The Art of Cyberwarfare - An Investigator’s Guide to Espionage, Ransomware, and Organized Cybercrime.”  And the US Department of State has added six Russian GRU officers to its Rewards for Justice program.

Selected reading.

Britain says Ukraine controls majority of its airspace (Reuters) 

Latest strikes on Russia hint daring Ukraine is not intimidated by the Kremlin (The Telegraph) 

West gearing up to help Ukraine for ‘long haul’, says US defence secretary (the Guardian) 

U.S., allies promise to keep backing Ukraine in its war with Russia (Washington Post) 

Russia-linked hackers claim to have breached Coca-Cola Company (CyberNews)

Stormous ransomware gang claims to have hacked Coca-Cola (Security Affairs) 

Chinese drone-maker DJI quits Russia and Ukraine (Register) 

Russia to Cut Gas to Poland and Bulgaria, Making Energy a Weapon (Bloomberg) 

Russia cuts off gas to Poland, Bulgaria, stoking tensions with E.U. over Ukraine (Washington Post) 

Why Russia’s Economy Is Holding On (Foreign Policy) 

Stonefly: North Korea-linked Spying Operation Continues to Hit High-value Targets (Symantec)

A "Naver"-ending game of Lazarus APT (Zscaler)

U.S. offers $10 mln reward for information on Russian intelligence officers -State Dept (Reuters)

US offering $10 million for info on Russian military hackers accused of NotPetya attacks (The Record by Recorded Future) 

Rewards for Justice – Reward Offer for Information on Russian Military Intelligence Officers Conducting Malicious Activity Against U.S. Critical Infrastructure - United States Department of State (United States Department of State)