The CyberWire Daily Podcast 4.17.17
Ep 329 | 4.17.17
Missiles and malware? ShadowBrokers' leaks examined. Syrian info ops. ISIS recruits women for martyrdom. Ransomware, medical device vulnerability updates. Troubled unicorn?
Show Notes

In today's podcast, we hear about a big missile fizzle on Pyongyang's Day of the Sun yesterday—there's hopeful but a priori speculation of a cyber op against North Korea's nuclear strike R&D program. Friday's ShadowBrokers' leaks suggest financial service, industrial IoT vulnerabilities. Syrian regime calls hoax on nerve gas attack claims (informed observers are unconvinced). How ISIS recruits women for martyrdom operations. Ransomware update. Medical device makers might learn from mobile device makers. Rick Howard from Palo Alto Networks ponders the first principle of automotive security. And clouds gather over a security unicorn.