The CyberWire Daily Podcast 5.16.18
Ep 600 | 5.16.18

Spyware campaigns: phishing and watering holes. Signal patches (fast). DHS cyber strategy. Russian election hacking. Cyber Investing Summit. Do smart people pick better passwords?

Show Notes

In today's podcast we hear that a spyware campaign centered on Pakistan and thought to be the work of Pakistan's military, comes in two variants: one for Android, the other for iOS. Vietnam is said to be phishing in a compromised Phom Penh Post website. Signal patches a cross-site-scripting issue very rapidly. The US Department of Homeland Security releases its cybersecurity strategy. The Cambridge Analytica whistleblower talks to the Senate Judiciary Committee. The Senate Intelligence Committee concludes that the Russians didn't like Hilary Clinton. Investigation of Vault 7 leaks continues. Notes from the Cyber Investing Summit. And if you're so smart, how come your password is "Ninja?" Johannes Ullrich from SANS and the ISC Stormcast podcast, discusses the EFail email encryption issue. Guest is Michelle Maitland from SecureStrux on risk management framework compliance.