The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.10.24
Ep 2085 | 6.10.24

Rethinking recalls.

Show Notes

Microsoft makes Recall opt-in. The Senate holds hearings on federal cybersecurity standards. Snowflake’s scrutiny snowballs. New York Times source code is leaked online. Ransomware leads to British hospitals' desperate need for blood donors. Cisco Talos finds 15 serious vulnerabilities in PLCs. Sticky Werewolf targets Russia and Belarus. Frontier Communications warns 750,000 customers of a data breach. Chinese nationals get prison time in Zambia for cybercrimes. N2K’s CSO Rick Howard speaks with Danielle Ruderman, Security GTM Leader, AWS about what keeps CISOs up at night. DIY cell towers can land you in hot water. 

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CyberWire Guest

N2K’s CSO Rick Howard speaks with Danielle Ruderman, Security GTM Leader, AWS about what keeps CISOs up at night and learnings from AWS CISO Circles. Today, our team is at the AWS re:Inforce this week. Stay tuned for our coverage.

Selected Reading

Windows won’t take screenshots of everything you do after all — unless you opt in (The Verge) 

US Senate Committee holds hearing on harmonizing federal cybersecurity standards to address business challenges (Industrial Cyber)

What Snowflake isn't saying about its customer data breaches (TechCrunch)

New York Times source code stolen using exposed GitHub token (Bleeping Computer)

London Hospitals Seek Biologics Backup After Ransomware Hit (GovInfo Security)

Cisco Finds 15 Vulnerabilities in AutomationDirect PLCs (SecurityWeek)

Sticky Werewolf targets the aviation industry in Russia and Belarus (Security Affairs)

Frontier warns 750,000 of a data breach after extortion threats (Bleeping Computer)

22 Chinese Nationals Sentenced to Long Prison Terms in Zambia for Multinational Cybercrimes (SecurityWeek)

Two arrested in UK over fake cell tower smishing campaign (The Register)

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