The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.18.24
Ep 2026 | 3.18.24

The hot pursuit of Volt Typhoon.

Show Notes

Volt Typhoon retains the attention of US investigators. The IMF reports a cyber breach. Fujitsu finds malware on internal systems. Securonix researchers describe DEEP#GOSU targeting South Korea. Subsea cable breaks leave West and Central Africa offline. Healthcare groups oppose enhanced cybersecurity regulations. A Pennsylvania school district grapples with a ransomware attack. AT&T denies a data leak. Our guest Kevin Magee of Microsoft Canada shared his experiments with board reporting. And Apex Legends eSports competitors get some unexpected upgrades. 

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CyberWire Guest

Our guest today is Kevin Magee of Microsoft Canada sharing his experiments using N2K’s CSO Rick Howard's forecasting methodology from his Cybersecurity First Principles book regarding board reporting. 

Selected Reading

US is still chasing down pieces of Chinese hacking operation, NSA official says (The Record)

IMF Investigates Serious Cybersecurity Breach (Infosecurity Magazine)

Tech giant Fujitsu says it was hacked, warns of data breach (TechCrunch)

Analysis of New DEEP#GOSU Attack Campaign Likely Associated with North Korean Kimsuky Targeting Victims with Stealthy Malware (securonix)

Ghana says repairs on subsea cables could take five weeks  (Reuters)

Health care groups resist cybersecurity rules in wake of landmark breach (CyberScoop)

Pennsylvania’s Scranton School District dealing with ransomware attack (The Record)

AT&T says leaked data of 70 million people is not from its systems (BleepingComputer)

The Aviation and Aerospace Sectors Face Skyrocketing Cyber Threats (Security Affairs)

Massive ‘Apex Legends’ Hack Disrupts NA Finals, Raises Serious Security Concerns (Forbes)

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