In today's podcast we look quickly at the current state of the cyber war between the US and ISIS. Anonymous is out to punish banks with DDoS for "crimes against humanity," and criminals continue to hone their ransomware game. The US security clearance system seems set to move toward FICO-like scoring. Joe Carrigan from Johns Hopkins University explains why medical records are so valuable on the cyber black market. Bob Hansmann from Forcepoint returns for more findings from their 2016 threat report. And Satoshi Nakamoto seems as airborne as ever.