The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.18.24
Ep 2091 | 6.18.24

Servers seized, terrorists teased.

Show Notes

Europol and partners shut down 13 terrorist websites.  A data breach at the LA County Department of Public Health affects over two hundred thousand. The Take It Down act targets deepfake porn. The Five Eyes alliance update their strategies to protect critical infrastructure. VMware has disclosed two critical-rated vulnerabilities in vCenter Server. The alleged heads of the "Empire Market" dark web marketplace are charged in Chicago federal court. A new malware campaign tricks users into running malicious PowerShell “fixes.”Researchers thwart Memory Tagging Extensions in Arm chips. A major e-learning platform discloses a breach. On our Industry Voices segment, we are joined by Guy Guzner, CEO and Co-Founder of Savvy to discuss "Reimagining app and identity security for SaaS." Clearview AI offers plaintiffs a piece of the pie. 

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CyberWire Guest

On our Industry Voices segment, we are joined by Guy Guzner, CEO and Co-Founder of Savvy to discuss "Reimagining app and identity security for SaaS."

Selected Reading

Europol Taken Down 13 Websites Linked to Terrorist Operations (GB Hackers)

Los Angeles Public Health Department Discloses Large Data Breach (Infosecurity Magazine)

New AI deepfake porn bill would require big tech to police and remove images (CNBC)

Five Eyes' Critical 5 nations focus on adapting to evolving cyber threats to boost critical infrastructure security, resilience (Industrial Cyber)

VMware by Broadcom warns of critical vCenter flaws (The Register)

Empire Market owners charged for enabling $430M in dark web transactions (Bleeping Computer)

From Clipboard to Compromise: A PowerShell Self-Pwn (Proofpoint US)

Arm Memory Tag Extensions broken by speculative execution (The Register)

Star ed-tech company discloses data breach (Cybernews)

Clearview AI Is So Broke It’s Now Offering Lawsuits Plaintiffs A Cut Of Its Extremely Dubious Future Fortunes (Techdirt)

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