The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.25.24
Ep 2031 | 3.25.24

Python developers under attack.

Show Notes

A supply chain attack targets python developers. Russia targets German political parties. Romanian and Spanish police dismantle a cyber-fraud gang. Pwn2Own prompts quick patches from Mozilla. President Biden nominates the first assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy at the Pentagon. An influential think tank calls for a dedicated cyber service in the US. Unit42 tracks a StrelaStealer surge. GM reverses its data sharing practice. Our guest is Anna Belak, Director of the Office of Cybersecurity Strategy at Sysdig, who shares trends in cloud-native security. And a Fordham Law School professor suggests AI creators take a page from medical doctors. 

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CyberWire Guest

Guest Anna Belak, Director of the Office of Cybersecurity Strategy at Sysdig, shares trends in cloud-native security. To learn more, you can check out Sysdig’s 2024 Cloud-Native Security and Usage Report

Selected Reading

Top Python Developers Hacked in Sophisticated Supply Chain Attack (SecurityWeek)

Russian hackers target German political parties with WineLoader malware (Bleeping Computer)

Police Bust Multimillion-Dollar Holiday Fraud Gang (Infosecurity Magazine)

Mozilla Patches Firefox Zero-Days Exploited at Pwn2Own (SecurityWeek)

Biden nominates first assistant defense secretary for cyber policy (Nextgov/FCW)

Pentagon, Congress have a ‘limited window’ to properly create a Cyber Force (The Record)

StrelaStealer targeted over 100 organizations across the EU and US (Security Affairs)

General Motors Quits Sharing Driving Behavior With Data Brokers (The New York Times)

AI's Hippocratic Oath by Chinmayi Sharma (SSRN)

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