The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.10.22
Ep 1597 | 6.10.22

The cautionary example of a hybrid war. SentinelOne finds a Chinese APT operating quietly since 2012. A hardware vulnerability in Apple M1 chips. And go, Tigers.

Show Notes

Looking at Russia's hybrid war as a cautionary example. Russia warns, again, that it will meet cyberattacks with appropriate retaliation. (China says "us too.") NSA and FBI warn of nation-state cyber threats. SentinelOne finds a Chinese APT that's been operating, quietly, for a decade. "Unpatchable" vulnerability in Apple chips reported. We’ve got more interviews from RSA Conference, including the FBI’s Cyber Section Chief David Ring, ExtraHop’s CEO, Patrick Dennis. And the overhead projector said, “Go Tigers.”

Selected reading.

Top Senate Democrats sound the alarm about Russian interference in the 2022 midterms (Business Insider) 

Russia says West risks ‘direct military clash’ over cyberattacks (NBC News)

Russia, China, oppose US cyber support of Ukraine (Register) 

#RSAC: NSA Outlines Threats from Russia, China and Ransomware (Infosecurity Magazine) 

FBI official: Chinese hackers boost recon efforts (The Record by Recorded Future) 

Aoqin Dragon | Newly-Discovered Chinese-linked APT Has Been Quietly Spying On Organizations For 10 Years (SentinelOne) 

MIT researchers uncover ‘unpatchable’ flaw in Apple M1 chips (TechCrunch)

New Jersey school district forced to cancel final exams amid ransomware recovery effort (The Record by Recorded Future)