The CyberWire Daily Podcast 7.7.22
Ep 1614 | 7.7.22

Chinese industrial espionage warning. Trickbot's privateering. Russian influence ops target NATO resolve. Cozy Bear sighting. Chinese APTs target Russia. NFT scams are pestering Ukraine.

Show Notes

The FBI and MI-5 warn of Chinese industrial espionage. Revelations of Trickbot's privateering role. Russian influence operations target France, Germany, Poland, and Turkey. Chinese APTs target Russian organizations in a cyberespionage effort. Robert M. Lee from Dragos on CISA expanding the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative. Ben Yelin speaks with Matt Kent from Public Citizen about the American Innovation and Online Choice Act. And who would guess it, but NFT scams are pestering Ukraine.

Selected reading.

Heads of FBI, MI5 Issue Joint Warning on Chinese Spying (Wall Street Journal) 

FBI and MI5 leaders give unprecedented joint warning on Chinese spying (the Guardian)

FBI and MI5 bosses: China cheats and steals at massive scale (Register)

FBI director suggests China bracing for sanctions if it invades Taiwan (Washington Post) 

Unprecedented Shift: The Trickbot Group is Systematically Attacking Ukraine (Security Intelligence)

Trickbot may be carrying water for Russia (Washington Post)

Russia Info Ops Home In on Perceived Weak Links (VOA)

Targets of Interest | Russian Organizations Increasingly Under Attack By Chinese APTs (SentinelOne)

Chinese hackers targeting Russian government, telecoms: report (The Record by Recorded Future)

Near-undetectable malware linked to Russia's Cozy Bear (Register)

Russia's Cozy Bear linked to nearly undetectable malware (Computing)

When Pentest Tools Go Brutal: Red-Teaming Tool Being Abused by Malicious Actors (Unit 42) 

NFT scammers see an opportunity in Ukraine donations (The Record by Recorded Future)