The CyberWire Daily Podcast 1.2.19
Ep 751 | 1.2.19

Stop the presses—the presses were stopped by ransomware. Video security system found vulnerable to oversharing. Changes in US DoD leadership. An arrest in Moscow, a court ruling in Baltimore.

Show Notes

In today’s podcast, we hear that US newspapers sustained a major cyberattack—possibly ransomware—over the weekend that disrupted printing. The attack is said to have originated overseas, but attribution so far is preliminary, murky, and circumstantial. Home security video system is found to have hard-coded credentials. Changes in US Defense leadership. An American is arrested in Moscow on espionage charges. And alleged NSA leaker Hal Martin wins one and loses two in court. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on whether remotely wiping a mobile device could be considered destruction of evidence. Guest is Steve Durbin from the ISF on using a human-centered approach to building security teams.