The CyberWire Daily Podcast 9.7.16
Ep 179 | 9.7.16
Election hacking (again). Also key sharing risks, and more.
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Show Notes

In today's podcast we hear about cyber risks and cyber talks at the G20 summit. China may be looking to the Russian model in the Near Abroad as it thinks about its next steps in the South China Sea. The current state of Russian-American relations in cyberspace—they're dominated by election hacking and information operations. The risks of shared cryptographic keys. An Android Trojan evolves. Industry notes—contracts, patches, acquisitions, and lawsuits. John Leiseboer from Quintessence Labs outlines cryptographic and key management standards. Gabby Nizry from Ayehu explains the benefits of automation. And EXTRABACON is still a problem.