The CyberWire Daily Podcast 3.15.18
Ep 556 | 3.15.18
Chip vulnerability disclosure controversial. Black market and point-of-sale malware. SEC charges ex-Equifax exec with breach-related insider trading. Tensions over Salisbury nerve agent attack.
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Show Notes

In today's podcast, we hear that AMD continues its investigation of the backdoors and other vulnerabilities CTS Labs publicly disclosed. That disclosure remains controversial. BlackTDS offers malware distribution as-a-service on the black market. PinkKite is a small but persistent point-of-sale threat. The SEC charges a former Equifax exec with trading on non-public information of the credit bureau's data breach. Germany, France, and the United States join the United Kingdom in denouncing Russia for the Salisbury nerve agent attack. Rick Howard from Palo Alto Networks, with this year’s Cyber Cannon nominees. Guest is Ted Bardusch from Usermind on data-rich marketing and GDPR.