The CyberWire Daily Podcast 12.15.23
Ep 1968 | 12.15.23

Remapping privacy.

Show Notes

Google boosts Maps privacy, a court shields password disclosure, feds foil a massive scam operation, Iran-Israel cyber tensions escalate, Idaho National Labs reports a significant data breach, a security engineer's cybercrime confession.  N2K’s Rick Howard reports from the recent MITRE ATT&CK con, speaking with Blake Strom of Microsoft about 10 years of the MITRE ATT&CK Framework. And Brian Krebs' relentless investigation into the Target breach.

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CyberWire Guest

Today, N2K’s Rick Howard recently attended the MITRE ATT&CK Con. While there, Rick spoke with Blake Strom of Microsoft and they discussed 10 years of MITRE ATT&CK Framework.

Selected Reading

Google is rolling out new protections for our location data (The Washington Post)

Four men indicted in $80 million ‘pig butchering’ scheme (CNBC)

Just In: Crypto Hacker Shakeeb Ahmed Admits to $12 Million Heist (BET US)

Suspects can refuse to provide phone passcodes to police, court rules (Ars Technica)

Gaza Cybergang | Unified Front Targeting Hamas Opposition (Sentinal Labs)

Israeli CEO recruits Muslim hackers to fight Hamas in cyberwarfare (The Jerusalem Post)

 Personal Information of 45,000 Individuals Stolen in Idaho National Laboratory Data Breach (Securityweek)

Ten Years Later, New Clues in the Target Breach (krebsonsecurity)

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