The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.6.19
Ep 775 | 2.6.19

APT10 stays busy. More skepticism about Huawei (and ZTE, for that matter). No foreign “material effect” on US midterms. Reverse RDP risk. IIoT bug found. RSA Innovation Sandbox finalists.

Show Notes

In today’s podcast, we hear that Chinese threat group APT10 seems to have been busy lately, and up to its familiar industrial espionage. More governments express skepticism about Chinese manufacturers. The US report on election security is out: influence ops were found to have had no material effect on the midterms. Lithuania worries about Russian election meddling. A reverse RDP attack risk is reported. An industrial IoT remote code flaw. And congratulations to the finalists in RSA’s Innovation Sandbox. Emily Wilson from Terbium Labs on biometrics for sale on the dark web. Guest is Katie Nickels from MITRE on the ATT&CK knowledge base.