The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.27.24
Ep 2033 | 3.27.24

If there's something strange in your neighborhood, don't call Facebook.

Show Notes

Facebook's Secret Mission to Unmask Snapchat. The White House wants AI audits. Hackers exploit the open-source Ray AI framework. Finnish Police ID those responsible for the 2021 parliament breach. Operation FlightNight targets Indian government and energy sectors. Chinese APT groups target ASEAN entities. A notorious robocaller is rung up for nearly ten million dollars. In our latest Learning Layer, join Sam Meisenberg as he unpacks the intricacies of the CISSP diagnostic with Joe Carrigan from Johns Hopkins University. And Ann Johnson from Microsoft's Afternoon Cyber Tea visits the world of Smashing Security with Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault. And the UK’s watchers need watching.

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CyberWire Guests

Join us for part three as this Learning Layer special series continues. Learning Layer host Sam Meisenberg talks with Joe Carrigan from Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, and co-host of Hacking Humans podcast. In this segment, they continue to discuss the results of Joe's CISSP diagnostic and dive deep into one of the assessment questions. Learn more about ISC2’s Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification, and explore our online certification courses, practice tests, and labs that ensure that you’re ready for exam day.

Microsoft Security’s Ann Johnson, host of the Afternoon Cyber Tea podcast, goes inside the Smashing Security podcast with Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault

Selected Reading

Facebook snooped on users’ Snapchat traffic in secret project, documents reveal (TechCrunch)

NTIA Pushes for Independent Audits of AI Systems (GovInfo Security)

Thousands of companies using Ray framework exposed to cyberattacks, researchers say (The Record)

Finland confirms APT31 hackers behind 2021 parliament breach (BleepingComputer)

Operation FlightNight: Indian Government Entities and Energy Sector Targeted by Cyber Espionage Campaign (EclecticIQ)

Chinese Hackers Target ASEAN Entities in Espionage Campaign (Infosecurity Magazine)

Federal Court Enters $9.9M Penalty and Injunction Against Man Found to Have Caused Thousands of Unlawful Spoofed Robocalls (US Department of Justice)

UK counter-eavesdropping agency gets slap on the wrist for eavesdropping (The Record) 

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