The CyberWire Daily Podcast 1.8.24
Ep 1978 | 1.8.24

A conclusion on the xDedic Marketplace investigation.

Show Notes

The DOJ concludes its xDedic Marketplace investigation. A cyberattack shuts down a major mortgage lender. The Swiss Air Force suffers third party breach. An update on SilverRAT. The Space Force emphasizes collaboration for effective cyber growth. The DOE announces cyber resilience funding. Merck reaches a settlement on NotPetya. NIST warns of AI threats. Our guest is Dragos CEO Robert M. Lee, with a look at intellectual property theft in manufacturing. And Chump Change fines for big tech. 

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CyberWire Guest

Today, we are joined by Robert M. Lee, founder and CEO of Dragos, to discuss intellectual property theft in manufacturing. 

Selected Reading

AsyncRAT campaign targets US infrastructure. (CyberWire)

19 Individuals Worldwide Charged In Transnational Cybercrime Investigation Of The xDedic Marketplace (US Department of Justice)

Space Force is crafting in-house cyber teams but sees need for closer work with USCYBERCOM (Nextgov/FCW)

Energy Department has cyber threats to infrastructure in mind with $70 million funding offer (FedScoop)

Swiss Air Force documents exposed via cyber attack on third party (

Major IT, Crypto Firms Exposed to Supply Chain Compromise via New Class of CI/CD Attack (SecurityWeek)

Merck settles with insurers who denied $700 million NotPetya claim (The Record)

Syrian Threat Group Peddles Destructive SilverRAT (DarkReading)

NIST Warns of Security and Privacy Risks from Rapid AI System Deployment (The Hacker News)

Mortgage firm loanDepot cyberattack impacts IT systems, payment portal (BleepingComputer)

Big Tech has already made enough money in 2024 to pay all its 2023 fines (Proton)

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