The CyberWire Daily Podcast 5.16.24
Ep 2069 | 5.16.24

FBI strikes against a cybercrime syndicate.

Show Notes

The FBI seizes BreachForums. NCSC rolls out a 'Share and Defend' initiative. ESports gaming gets a level up in their security. The spammer becomes the scammer. Bitdefender is sounding the alarm. The city of Wichita gets a wake-up call. In our Threat Vector segment, host David Moulton discusses the challenges and opportunities of AI adoption with guest Mike Spisak, the Managing Director of Proactive Security at Unit 42. And no one likes a cyber budgeting blunder.

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CyberWire Guest

In our Threat Vector segment, David Moulton, Director of Thought Leadership at Unit 42, discusses the challenges and opportunities of AI adoption with guest Mike Spisak, Managing Director of Proactive Security at Unit 42. They emphasize the importance of early security involvement in the AI development lifecycle and the crucial role of inventorying AI usage to tailor protection measures. You can listen to the full episode here

Selected Reading

FBI seize BreachForums hacking forum used to leak stolen data (Bleeping Computer) 

New UK system will see ISPs benefit from same protections as government networks (The Record)

Riot Games, Cisco to Connect and Protect League of Legends Esports Through Expanded Global Partnership (Cisco) 

To the Moon and back(doors): Lunar landing in diplomatic missions (WeLiveSecurity)

New Black Basta Social Engineering Scheme (ReliaQuest)

IoT Cameras Exposed by Chainable Exploits, Millions Affected (HackRead)

Kimsuky APT Using Newly Discovered Gomir Linux Backdoor (Decipher)

Law enforcement data stolen in Wichita ransomware attack (The Record) 

Nigeria Halts Cybersecurity Tax After Public Outrage (Dark Reading) 

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