The CyberWire Daily Podcast 1.2.20
Ep 995 | 1.2.20
Taking down Thallium. Cloud Hopper: bigger (and worse) than thought. US tightens screws on the supply chain. The bite of winter and the scent of plums.
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Show Notes

Microsoft takes down bogus domains operated by North Korea’s Thallium Advanced Persistent Threat. The Cloud Hoppercyber espionage campaign turns out to have been far more extensive than hitherto believed. The US wants Huawei (and ZTE) out of contractor supply chains this year. India will test equipment before allowing it into its 5G networks. And the California Consumer Privacy Act is now in effect. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI with the story of a financial advisor who payed the price for falling for a phishing scheme. Guest is Dave Burg from EY on the global perspective of cyber security risk.