The CyberWire Daily Podcast 6.22.18
Ep 626 | 6.22.18

Phishing plays small ball with depressing success. Chinese cyberespionage up. US IC, JCS, worries about innovation. Guilty plea in US espionage case. Ex-Knesset member suspected of spying.

Show Notes

In today's podcast, we hear that phishing scams continue to nibble away at bank accounts and reputations: the State of Oregon is among those suffering. Avoid emails promising you leaked pictures of YouTube stars. Chinese espionage against US targets rises. US Intelligence officials worry that failure to play a long game puts the country at a disadvantage with respect to innovation. The Joint Chiefs mull electronic warfare issues. Reality Winner makes a plea agreement in her espionage case. And from ecstasy tablets to Iranian spying is a short sad road. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS weighs in on the US Supreme Court decision on location data privacy. Guest is Taavi Kotka, former CIO of the Estonian government, discussing that nation’s innovative digital identity system.