The CyberWire Daily Podcast 1.30.17
Ep 275 | 1.30.17

Russian treason arrests may be tied to espionage. ANSSI director warns of cyber jihad. Symantec remediates Shamoon 2. U.S. Cellular was not breached.

Show Notes

In today's podcast we discuss some updates on the Russian treason arrests, with side suspicions being cast in the direction of underworld in-fighting. A principal victim of Shamoon 2 reports its recovery. IoT threats and the risk of always-on, always-listening devices. French security officials warn that cyber jihad could enlist cyber mercenaries. Cisco patches its telepresence software. Joe Carrigan from Johns Hopkins stops by to discuss always-listening IoT devices. And don’t worry: no one really got locked into their room at that posh Alpine resort. (Worry about other stuff.)