The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.22.24
Ep 2030 | 3.22.24

When it rains, it pours.

Show Notes

Advanced wiper malware hits Ukraine. Nemesis gets dismantled. Apple deals with an unpatchable vulnerability. FortiGuard rises to the rescue. CISA and FBI join forces against DDoS attacks. US airlines data security and privacy policies are under review. Hackers hit thousands in Jacksonville Beach. Geoffrey Mattson, CEO of Xage Security  sits down to discuss CISA's 2024 JCDC priorities. And Hotel keycard locks can’t be that hard to crack.

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CyberWire Guest

Guest Geoffrey Mattson, CEO of Xage Security, joins us to discuss CISA's 2024 JCDC priorities. You can connect with Geoff on LinkedIn and learn more about Xage Security on their website and read about the JCDC 2024 Priorities here

Geoff’s interview first appeared on March 21st’s episode of T-Minus Space Daily. Check out T-Minus here

Selected Reading

Sandworm-linked group likely knocked down Ukrainian internet providers (The Record) 

AcidPour wiper suspected to be used against Ukrainian telecom networks (SC Media)

Never-before-seen data wiper may have been used by Russia against Ukraine (Ars Technica)

AcidPour | New Embedded Wiper Variant of AcidRain Appears in Ukraine (SentinelOne)

F5, ScreenConnect vulnerabilities leveraged in global Chinese cyberattacks (SC Media)

Nemesis darknet marketplace raided in Germany-led operation (The Record)

Unpatchable vulnerability in Apple chip leaks secret encryption keys (Ars Technica)

Exploit Released For Critical Fortinet RCE Flaw: Patch Soon! (GBHackers on Security) 

CISA & FBI Released Guide to Respond for DDoS Attacks (Cyber Security News) 

CISA, FBI, and MS-ISAC Release Update to Joint Guidance on Distributed Denial-of-Service Techniques (CISA) 

US airlines’ data security, privacy policies to be under federal review (SC Media) 

Jacksonville Beach and other US municipalities report data breaches following cyberattacks (The Record) 

Hackers Found a Way to Open Any of 3 Million Hotel Keycard Locks in Seconds (WIRED)  

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