The CyberWire Daily Podcast 9.2.16
Ep 177 | 9.2.16

Election hacking, OS X patched, cyber saber-rattling, finding security talent, and more.

Show Notes

In today's podcast, we discuss Apple's patches against the Trident zero-days, and review what the press is saying about the cyber arms market. Policy wonks and politicians speak in favor of cyber offense, and militaries speak up for nuance. Election hacks continue, this time in Hong Kong. How companies and governments adjust to a difficult cyber labor market, with insights from Level 3's Dale Drew. Gene Stevens from ProtectWise explains the contribution of interface design to security. Responsible disclosure, stock shorting, and the importance of cooperation between vendors and researchers. A quick look at the week in the security industry. More old breaches show its's a bad idea to reuse passwords. And Guccifer gets four years.