The CyberWire Daily Podcast 1.24.19
Ep 766 | 1.24.19
The US House of Representatives wants to know more about DNS-hijacking. Huawei skepticism. Anonymous dunnit, say the Russians. Financial data exposed. Family spooked by hackers.
Show Notes

In today’s podcast, we hear that the US House would like some more information from DHS about what prompted its emergency directive about DNS hijacking. More skepticism about Huawei from various governments. A British think tank has been hacked—observers think Russia’s GRU is good for it, but Russia says no, hey, it was Anonymous, and they did a good job. Exposed database leaves financial information out for the taking. Creeps take over a family’s Nest. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS with a 4th amendment personal privacy case out of Alaska. Guest is Kathleen Smith from CybersecJobs.com and ClearedJobs.net on the career benefits of volunteering.