The CyberWire Daily Podcast 9.3.19
Ep 919 | 9.3.19

Stuxnet’s story. Watering hole was designed to attract China’s Muslim minority. USBAnywhere affects some Supermicro servers. Twitter’s CEO has his Twitter stream hijacked.

Show Notes

A report on Stuxnet suggests there were at least five and probably six countries whose intelligence services cooperated in the disabling cyberattack against Iran’s nuclear enrichment program. The watering hole Project Zero reported last week seems to have affected Android and Windows as well as iOS devices, and appears directed against China’s Uyghur minority. USBAnywhere vulnerability affects servers. And no, those tweets last Friday weren’t from Mr. Dorsey. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI with thoughts on security onboarding as the fall semester begins. Guest is Rinki Sethi from Rubrik on the cybersecurity skills gap and the importance of diversity.