The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.29.24
Ep 2035 | 3.29.24

Pentagon’s cybersecurity roadmap.

Show Notes

The Pentagon unveils its cybersecurity roadmap. A major Massachusetts health insurer reveals a massive data breach. Hot Topic reports credential stuffing. Cisco warns of password spraying targeting VPNs. The FS-ISAC highlights the risk of generative AI to financial institutions. The FEC considers efforts to combat deceptive artificial intelligence. A look at Thread Hijacking attacks. Guests Linda Gray Martin and Britta Glade from RSA Conference join us to discuss what's new and what to look forward to at this year’s big show. Plus my conversation with Eric Goldstein, Executive Assistant Director for Cybersecurity at  CISA, with insights on their recent Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. And Baltimore’s tragic bridge collapse lays bare the degeneration of X-Twitter. 

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CyberWire Guest

Guests Linda Gray Martin, Senior Vice President for Operations, and Britta Glade, Vice President for Content and Curation, join us to discuss what's new and what to look forward to at RSA Conference 2024. This year’s theme is the Art of Possible

Also joining us is Eric Goldstein, Executive Assistant Director for Cybersecurity at  CISA, sharing their CIRCIA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.

Selected Reading

Pentagon lays out strategy to improve defense industrial base cybersecurity (The Record)

Massachusetts Health Insurer Data Breach Impacts 2.8 Million (SecurityWeek)

American fast-fashion firm Hot Topic hit by credential stuffing attacks (Security Affairs)

Cisco Warns of Password Spraying Attacks Exploiting VPN Services (Cybersecurity News)

AI abuse and misinformation campaigns threaten financial institutions (Help Net Security)

Federal Elections Commission Considers Regulating AI (BankInfo Security)

Thread Hijacking: Phishes That Prey on Your Curiosity (Krebs on Security)

The slow death of X-Twitter is measured in disasters like the Baltimore bridge collapse (Vox)

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