The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.26.24
Ep 2096 | 6.26.24

LockBit picks a brawl with banks.

Show Notes

LockBit drops files that may or may not be from the Federal Reserve. Progress Software patches additional flaws in MOVEit file transfer software. A popular polyfil open source library has been compromised. DHS starts staffing up its AI Corps. Legislation has been introduced to evaluate the manual operations of critical infrastructure during cyber attacks. Researchers discover a new e-skimmer targeting CMS platforms. A breach at Neiman Marchus affects nearly 65,000 people. South African health services grapple with ransomware amidst a monkeypox outbreak.  Medusa is back. On the Learning Layer, Sam and Joe discuss the CISSP's CAT format and how to walk into test day with confidence. The VA works to clear the backlog caused by the ransomware attack onChange Healthcare.

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CyberWire Guest

On our Learning Layer segment, host Sam Meisenberg and Joe Carrigan continue their discussion of Joe's ISC2 CISSP certification journey using N2K’s comprehensive CISSP training course, which includes a simulated Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) final exam.

Sam and Joe discuss the CISSP's CAT format and how to walk into test day with confidence. Good luck Joe!

Selected Reading

Lockbit Leaks Files for Evolve Bank & Trust in Its Alleged ‘Federal Reserve’ Data Dump (Metacurity)

Progress Software warns of new vulnerabilities in MOVEit Transfer and MOVEit Gateway (Cyber Daily)

Polyfill supply chain attack hits 100K+ sites (Sansec)

Exclusive: DHS hires first 10 AI Corps members (Axios)

US House bill seeks to assess manual operations of critical infrastructure during cyber attacks (Industrial Cyber)

Caesar Cipher Skimmer targets popular CMS used by e-stores (Security Affairs)

Neiman Marcus confirms breach. Is the customer data already for sale? (Malwarebytes)

South Africa’s national health lab hit with ransomware attack amid mpox outbreak (The Record)

New Medusa malware variants target Android users in seven countries (Bleeping Computer)

After Crippling Ransomware Attack, VA Is Still Dealing with Fallout, Trying to Pay Providers (

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