The CyberWire Daily Podcast 11.8.23
Ep 1944 | 11.8.23

No major threats showed up in yesterday’s US elections, so now we can start thinking about the risk during the holidays.

Show Notes

CISA claims "No credible threats" to yesterday's US elections. Criminals seek to profit from the .ai top level domain. A Singapore resort sustains a cyberattack. A look ahead at holiday cyber threats. A major Chinese cyberespionage effort against Cambodia. The four cyber phases of a hybrid war. Robert M. Lee from Dragos explains how outside forces affect OT and critical infrastructure security.  Our guest is Dan Neault of Imperva sharing how organizations are behind the eight-ball when relying upon real-time analytics. Cyber and electronic threats to space systems.

Selected reading.

CISA Sees Smooth Election Day Operations, No ‘Credible’ Threats (Meritalk) 

The rise of .ai: cyber criminals (and Anguilla) look to profit (Netcraft) 

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Says It Was Hit in Data Breach (Bloomberg)

Marina Bay Sands discloses data breach impacting 665,000 customers (BleepingComputer)

Personal data of 665,000 Marina Bay Sands lifestyle rewards members accessed in data security breach (CNA)

Report Examines Cyber Threat Trends Facing Retail and Hospitality This Holiday Season (RH-ISAC)

Chinese APT Targeting Cambodian Government (Unit 42) 

Chinese cyberspies have widely penetrated networks of ally Cambodia (Washington Post) 

Cyber Escalation in Modern Conflict: Exploring Four Possible Phases of the Digital Battlefield (Flashpoint)

Cyber Security of Space Systems ‘Crucial,’ As US Space Force Official Notes Recent Attacks (Via Satellite)