The CyberWire Daily Podcast 4.2.24
Ep 2037 | 4.2.24

From lawsuit to logoff: Google's incognito mode makeover.

Show Notes

Google agrees to delete billions of user records. NIST addresses the NVD backlog. India rescues hundreds of citizens from scam jobs in Cambodia. The UK and US agree to collaborate on AI safety. The FTC tracks an explosion in impersonation fraud. A PandaBuy breach exposes over 1.3 million customers. Prudential Financial informs over 36,000 customers of a data breach. A look at safeguarding sensitive data. Our guest is Jeff Reich, Executive Director of the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA), with insights on identity security best practices. A dash of curiosity reveals a hotel chain vulnerability. 

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CyberWire Guest

Guest Jeff Reich, Executive Director of the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA), sharing insights on identity security best practices, identity and access sprawl, and how Generative AI is helping and hurting identity management. The IDSA’s Identity Management Day 2024 is coming up on April 9, 2024.

Selected Reading

Google agreed to erase billions of browser records to settle a class action lawsuit (Security Affairs)

Vulnerability database backlog due to increased volume, changes in 'support,' NIST says (The Record)

India rescues 250 citizens enslaved by Cambodian cybercrime gang (Bleeping Computer)

The US and UK are teaming up to test the safety of AI models (Engadget)

Impersonation Scams Net Fraudsters $1.1bn in a Year ( Infosecurity Magazine)

PandaBuy data breach allegedly impacted +1.3M customers (Security Affairs)

Prudential Financial Data Breach Impacts 36,000 (SecurityWeek)

How to bridge the gap between the IT and legal staffs to better combat insider risk (SC Media)

IBIS hotel check-in terminal keypad-code leakage (Pentagrid AG)

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