The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.3.24
Ep 2080 | 6.3.24

Things aren’t looking so Shiny(Hunters) at cloud provider Snowflake.

Show Notes

Signs point to a major cybersecurity event at cloud provider Snowflake. Hugging Face discloses "unauthorized access" to its Spaces platform. Australian legislation seeks jail time for deepfake porn. CISA adds two vulnerabilities to the KEV catalog. Spanish police investigate a potential breach of drivers license info. NSA shares mobile device best practices. Everbridge crisis management software company reports a data breach. N2K’s CSO, Chief Analyst, and Senior Fellow, Rick Howard joins us to preview CSO Perspectives Season 14 which launches today! Google tries to explain those weird AI search results. 

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CyberWire Guest

N2K’s CSO, Chief Analyst, and Senior Fellow, Rick Howard joins Dave to preview CSO Perspectives Season 14 which launches today! The first episode explores SolarWinds and the SEC. This episode of CSO Perspectives has a companion essay. You can find it here. Not an N2K Pro subscriber? You can catch the first half of the episode here

Selected Reading

The Ticketmaster Data Breach May Be Just the Beginning (WIRED)

Hugging Face says it detected 'unauthorized access' to its AI model hosting platform (TechCrunch)

Jail time for those caught distributing deepfake porn under new Australian laws (The Guardian)

CISA warns of actively exploited Linux privilege elevation flaw (Bleeping Computer)

Spanish police investigate whether hackers stole millions of drivers' data (Reuters)

The NSA advises you to turn your phone off and back on once a week - here's why (ZDNET)

Everbridge warns of corporate systems breach exposing business data (Bleeping Computer)

Google’s AI Overview is flawed by design, and a new company blog post hints at why (Ars Technica) 

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