The CyberWire Daily Podcast 7.3.24
Ep 2101 | 7.3.24

The Supreme Court is bringing a judicial shakeup.

Show Notes

The Supreme Court overturning Chevron deference brings uncertainty to cyber regulations. Stolen credentials unmask online sex abusers. CISA updates online maritime resilience tools. Patelco Credit Union suffers a ransomware attack. Spanish and Portuguese police arrested 54 individuals involved in a vishing fraud scheme. Splunk patches critical vulnerabilities in their enterprise offerings. HHS fines a Pennsylvania-based Health System $950,000 for potential HIPAA violations related to NotPetya. CISOs look to mitigate personal risks. On the Learning Layer we reveal the long-awaited results of Joe Carrigan’s CISSP certification journey. Avoiding an Independence Day grill-security flare-up. 

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Learning Layer

On today's Learning Layer segment, we share the results of Joe Carrigan's CISSP exam attempt! Hint: the test ended at 100 questions...Tune in to hear host Sam Meisenberg and Joe reflect on his test day experience and what advice he has for others who are in the homestretch of their studies.

Note, Joe's ISC2 CISSP certification journey used N2K’s comprehensive CISSP training course.

Selected Reading

US Supreme Court ruling will likely cause cyber regulation chaos (CSO Online)

Stolen credentials could unmask thousands of darknet child abuse website users (The Record)

CISA updates MTS Guide with enhanced tools for resilience assessment in maritime infrastructure (Industrial Cyber)

American Patelco Credit Union suffered a ransomware attack (Security Affairs)

Dozens of Arrests Disrupt €2.5m Vishing Gang (Infosecurity Magazine)

Splunk Patches High-Severity Vulnerabilities in Enterprise Product (SecurityWeek)

Feds Hit Health Entity With $950K Fine in Ransomware Attack (GovInfo Security)

How CISOs can protect their personal liability (CSO Online)

Traeger Grill D2 Wi-Fi Controller, Version 2.02.04 (Bishop Fox)

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