The CyberWire Daily Podcast 8.13.19
Ep 905 | 8.13.19

UN Security Council looks at North Korean cybercrime. Notes on PsiXBot and BITTER APT. The state of spearphishing. Election security. A final look back at Black Hat and Def Con.

Show Notes

More on the UN Security Council’s report on North Korean state-sponsored cyber crime. PsiXBot evolves. BITTER APT probes Chinese government networks in an apparent espionage campaign. A study looks at the state of spearphishing. It’s not just the three-letter agencies out securing US voting systems; it’s the four-letter agencies who are taking point. And a last look back at Black Hat and Def Con. Jonathan Katz from UMD on Apple’s clever new cryptographic protocol. Guest is Mike Overly from Foley and Lardner LLP on the House’s hold on the State Department’s proposal for a Bureau of Cyberspace Securities and Emerging Technologies.