The CyberWire Daily Podcast 5.7.24
Ep 2062 | 5.7.24

Hack-proofing the future to shape cyberspace.

Show Notes

Secretary Blinken and Senator Warner weigh in on cybersecurity at RSA Conference. Ransomware profits are falling. Proton Mail is under scrutiny for information sharing. A senior British lawmaker blames China for a UK cyberattack. Medstar Health notifies patients of a potential data breach. A study finds cybersecurity education programs across the U.S vary wildly. Brandon Karpf, N2K Man on the Street, stops by to share his thoughts on the 2024 RSA Conference. An Australian pension fund gets lost in the clouds.

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CyberWire Guests

Brandon Karpf, N2K Man on the Street, stops by to share his thoughts on the 2024 RSA Conference

Selected Reading

Blinken unveils State Dept. strategy for ‘vibrant, open and secure technological future’ (The Record)

Warner: Lawmakers 'in process' of finding Section 702 fix (The Record)

Ransomware operations are becoming less profitable (Help Net Security)

Proton Mail Discloses User Data Leading to Arrest in Spain (Restore Privacy)

UK says defence ministry targeted in cyberattack (Digital Journal)

Novel attack against virtually all VPN apps neuters their entire purpose (Ars Technica)

MedStar Health data breach affects 183,079 patients (WUSA9)

Researchers say cybersecurity education varies widely in US (Tech Xplore)

System outage affecting UniSuper services (UniSuper) 

UniSuper private cloud, secondary systems taken out by "rare" Google Cloud "issues" (iTnews)

Superannuation: What It Is, How It Works, Types of Plans (Investopedia)

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