The CyberWire Daily Podcast 10.26.22
Ep 1691 | 10.26.22

Amid widespread unrest, Sudan shutters its Internet. A new PRC influence campaign targets US elections. Software supply chain security. And cybercrime in wartime.

Show Notes

Sudan closes its Internet as the country sees protests on the first anniversary of a coup. A Chinese influence campaign targets US elections. A software supply chain security study, and a look at vulnerability scanning tools. Documenting cyber war crimes in Ukraine. CISA issues eight ICS Advisories. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos on the effects of water scarcity on data centers. And if you’ll indulge us, we’ve got some pretty exciting CyberWire news.

Selected reading.

Internet is shut down in Sudan on anniversary of military coup (The Record by Recorded Future)

Pro-PRC DRAGONBRIDGE Influence Campaign Leverages New TTPs to Aggressively Target U.S. Interests, Including Midterm Elections (Mandiant)

Rezilion Vulnerability Scanner Benchmark Report Finds Top Scanners Only 73% Accurate (PR Newswire) 

Four in Five Software Supply Chains Exposed to Cyberattack in the Last 12 Months (BlackBerry)

Ukraine Documenting Russian Hacks, Eyeing International Charges (Bloomberg) 

CISA Releases Eight Industrial Control Systems Advisories (CISA)