The CyberWire Daily Podcast 7.5.17
Ep 384 | 7.5.17
Recovering from NotPetya. State-actor seen behind wiper attack. Ukraine mulls criminal negligence charges. Documents behind US Congressional wariness of Kaspersky.
Show Notes

In today's podcast, we hear how affected enterprises are restoring services after last week's NotPetya pandemic. Maersk's experience prompts some introspection in the logistics sector. Ukraine prepares to charge ME Doc's maker with criminal negligence for allowing the infection to take hold. NotPetya tied to BlackEnergy and thence to a "state actor" (NATO's not saying it's Russia, but Ukraine is). Awais Rashid from Lancaster University looks at the anatomy of recent attacks. Haiyan Song from Splunk on a recent IDC report, “Investigation or Exasperation? The State of Security Operations.” FSB certificates allegedly express links between FSB and Kaspersky.