The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.12.24
Ep 2022 | 3.12.24

Biden's budget boost for cybersecurity.

Show Notes

Biden’s budget earmarks thirteen billion bucks for cybersecurity. DOJ targets AI abuse. A US trade mission to the Philippines includes cyber training. CISA and OMB release a secure software attestation form. CyberArk explores AI worms. Russia arrests a South Korean on cyber espionage charges. French government agencies are hit with DDoS attacks. Jessica Brandt is named director of the Foreign Malign Influence Center. Afternoon Cyber Tea host Ann Johnson speaks with her guest Keren Elazari about the hacker mindset. Google builds itself the Bermuda Triangle of Broadband. 

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CyberWire Guest

Afternoon Cyber Tea host Ann Johnson talks with her guest Keren Elazari about the hacker mindset. To hear the full conversation, please listen to the episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea.

Selected Reading

US Federal Budget Proposes $27.5B for Cybersecurity (GovInfo Security)

Justice Department Beefs up Focus on Artificial Intelligence Enforcement, Warns of Harsher Sentences (SecurityWeek)

Microsoft to train 100,000 Philippine women in AI, cybersecurity (South China Morning Post)

US launches secure software development attestation form to enhance federal cybersecurity (Industrial Cyber)

The Rise of AI Worms in Cybersecurity (Security Boulevard)

South Korean detained earlier this year is accused of espionage in Russia, state news agency says (Associated Press) 

Massive cyberattacks hit French government agencies (Security Affairs)

ODNI appoints new election security leader ahead of presidential race (The Record)

Google’s self-designed office swallows Wi-Fi “like the Bermuda Triangle” ( Ars Technica)

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