The CyberWire Daily Podcast 5.24.24
Ep 2075 | 5.24.24

Cybercriminals target London drugs.

Show Notes

LockBit drops 300 gigabytes of data from London Drugs. Video software used in courtrooms worldwide contains a backdoor. Google patches another Chrome zero-day. The EU seeks collaboration between research universities and intelligence agencies. Atlas Lion targets retailers with gift card scams. Researchers explore an Apple reappearing photo bug. Hackers access a Japanese solar power grid. Congress floats a bill to enhance cyber workforce diversity. Ben Yelin joins us with a groundbreaking legal case involving AI generated CSAM. Whistling past the expired domain graveyard. 

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CyberWire Guest

Ben Yelin, co host of our Caveat podcast and Program Director for Public Policy & External Affairs at the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security, discusses "FBI Arrests Man For Generating AI Child Sexual Abuse Imagery."

Selected Reading

Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says (The Star)

Crooks plant backdoor in software used by courtrooms around the world (Ars Technica)

Google fixes eighth actively exploited Chrome zero-day this year (Bleeping Computer)

EU wants universities to work with intelligence agencies to protect their research (The Record)

US retailers under attack by gift card-thieving cyber gang (Help Net Security)

Apple wasn’t storing deleted iOS photos in iCloud after all (Bleeping Computer)

Hijack of monitoring devices highlights cyber threat to solar power infrastructure (CSO Online)

New Diverse Cybersecurity Workforce bill to promote inclusivity, provide CISA with millions for outreach (Industrial Cyber)

When privacy expires: how I got access to tons of sensitive citizen data after buying cheap domains (INTI)

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