The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.16.24
Ep 2006 | 2.16.24

FBI initiates router revolution.

Show Notes

The FBI kicks Moobot out of small business routers. Sensitive data has been stolen from a state government network. AMC proposes a multi-million-dollar settlement after improperly sharing subscriber’s viewing habits. The U.S. targets an Iranian military ship in the Red Sea with a cyberattack. Lawmakers propose transparency in the use of algorithms in criminal trials. CERT-EU highlights a spear phishing spike. An infamous Zeus and IcedID operator pleads guilty. Our guests are Dr. Josh Brunty, Head Coach, and Brad Wolfenden, Program Director, of US Cyber Games join us to share the details of how their 2024 season is shaping up. And AI comes to video.

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CyberWire Guest

Dr. Josh Brunty, Head Coach, and Brad Wolfenden, Program Director, of US Cyber Games join us to share the details of how the 2024 season is shaping up.

Selected Reading

US disrupts Russian hacking campaign that infiltrated home, small business routers: DOJ (ABC News) 

U.S. State Government Network Hacked Via Former Employee Account (Cyber Security News)

CISA Urges Patching of Cisco ASA Flaw Exploited in Ransomware Attacks (SecurityWeek)

AMC to pay $8M for allegedly violating 1988 law with use of Meta Pixel (Ars Technica)

U.S. conducted cyberattack on suspected Iranian spy ship (NBC News)

New bill would let defendants inspect algorithms used against them in court (The Verge)

Hackers Exploit EU Agenda in Spear Phishing Campaigns (Infosecurity Magazine)

Ukrainian Hacker Pleads Guilty for Leading Zeus & IcedID Malware Attacks (GBHackers on security)

OpenAI introduces Sora, its text-to-video AI model  (The Verge) 

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