In today's podcast we have some RSA notes: an industry-led cyber Geneva Convention, threats and deterrence, and addressing a labor shortage. New Zealand joins Australia, the UK, and the US in warning that someone's exploiting vulnerable routers. Moscow demands to see the evidence that this someone is Russia. Trustjacking afflicts iOS users. Stresspaint Trojan is out in the wild, posing as an innocent app. Another exposed AWS bucket is found. Rick Howard from Palo Alto on the notion of a "cyber moon shot." Guest is Malcolm Harkins from Cylance on why it's unacceptable to adopt the attitude that bad guys getting in is inevitable.