The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.27.24
Ep 2012 | 2.27.24

Out with the old, in with the new.

Show Notes

NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework gets an upgrade. ONCD makes a case against memory-related software bugs. A recent cyberattack targets Canada's Royal Canadian Mounted Police. US dethrones Russia as top target in cyber breaches. Caveat podcast cohost Ben Yelin discusses remedies in the generative AI copyright cases. And, Reggaeton Be Gone, a creative way to deal with your neighbors’ music choices. 

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CyberWire Guest

Ben Yelin, cohost of Caveat podcast and Program Director, Public Policy & External Affairs at University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security, thinking about remedies in the generative AI copyright cases. You can find the Lawfare article Ben references here.  

Selected Reading

NIST Releases Version 2.0 of Landmark Cybersecurity Framework (NIST)

After decades of memory-related software bugs, White House calls on industry to act (The Record) 

Canada's RCMP, Global Affairs Hit by Cyberattacks (SecurityWeek)

A cyber attack hit the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Security Affairs) 

UK email mistake put ‘lives at risk’ for Afghans who had worked with British military (The Record) 

Russia and Belarus targeted by at least 14 nation-state hacker groups, researchers say (The Record) 

Number of data breaches falls globally, triples in the US (TechSpot)

Steel giant ThyssenKrupp confirms cyberattack on automotive division (Bleeping Computer)

The Change Healthcare cyberattack is still impacting pharmacies. It's a bigger deal than you think (Fast Company)

US Pharmacy Outage Triggered by 'Blackcat' Ransomware at UnitedHealth Unit, Sources Say (US News and World Report) 

Getting Ahead of Cybersecurity Materiality Mayhem (Security Boulevard) 

Raspberry Pi maker builds device to hack neighbor's Bluetooth speakers that were streaming annoying music (TechSpot)

Reggaeton Be Gone (

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