The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.13.24
Ep 2003 | 2.13.24

Phishing threats unleashed.

Show Notes

Attackers lock up Azure accounts with MFA. Bank of America alerts customers to a third party data breach. Malicious cyber activity targets elections worldwide. CISA highlights a vulnerability in Roundcube Webmail. Lawmakers introduce a bipartisan bill to enhance healthcare cybersecurity. Siemens and Schneider Electric address multiple industrial vulnerabilities. Perception in tech gender parity still has a ways to go. Dave Bittner speaks with Guests Andrew Scott, Associate Director of China Operations at CISA, and Brett Leatherman, Section Chief for Cyber at the FBI, about Chinese threat actor Volt Typhoon. And the scourge of online obituary spam. 

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CyberWire Guest

Guests Andrew Scott, Associate Director of China Operations at CISA, and Brett Leatherman, Section Chief at FBI, discussing  PRC/Volt Typhoon advisory and living off the land guidance. Read the press release on “U.S. and International Partners Publish Cybersecurity Advisory on People’s Republic of China State-Sponsored Hacking of U.S. Critical Infrastructure.”

Selected Reading

Ongoing campaign compromises senior execs’ Azure accounts, locks them using MFA (Ars Technica) 

Bank of America warns customers of data breach after vendor hack (BleepingComputer)

Global Malicious Activity Targeting Elections is Skyrocketing (Security Affairs)

CISA Warns Of Active Attacks on Roundcube Webmail XSS Vulnerability (CISA)

Bipartisan Senate Bill Requires HHS to Bolster Cyber Efforts (Gov Info Security)

ICS Patch Tuesday: Siemens Addresses 270 Vulnerabilities (SecurityWeek) 

Four in five men in tech say women are treated equally, as women criticise ‘invisible challenges’ (Euronews)

The rise of obituary spam (The Verge) 

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