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Recent Episodes

Ep 1790 | 3.29.23

Traffers and the threat to credentials. WiFi protocol flaw. Cross-chain bridge attacks. A shift in Russian cyber operations. Piracy is patriotic.

Traffers and the threat to credentials. A newly discovered WiFi protocol flaw. Cross-chain bridge attacks. A shift in Russian cyber operations. Ann Johnson from Afternoon Cyber Tea chats with EY principal Adam Malone. Our guest is Toni Buhrke from Mimecast with a look at the State of Email Security. And is piracy patriotic?

Ep 1789 | 3.28.23

Twitter looks for a leaker. Insider risks. The state of resilience. Russian auxiliaries briefly disrupt a French National Assembly website. Cyber trends in the hybrid war. DPRK hacking, as it is.

Twitter gets a subpoena for a source-code leaker’s information. The insider risk to data. Russian hacktivist auxiliaries target the French National Assembly. Recent trends in cyberattacks sustained by Ukraine. Ben Yelin unpacks the White House executive order on spyware. Mr. Security Answer Person John Pescatore ponders the permanence of ransomware. And Cyberespionage and cybercrime in the interest of Pyongyang’s weapons programs.

Ep 1788 | 3.27.23

Evolution of criminal scams (especially BEC). Law enforcement honeypots. ChatGPT data leak. Hybrid war updates.

IcedID is evolving away from its banking malware roots. An Emotet phishing campaign spoofs IRS W9s. The FBI warns of BEC scams. A Fake booter service as a law enforcement honeypot. Phishing in China's nuclear energy sector. Reports of an OpenAI and a ChatGPT data leak. Does Iran receive Russian support in cyberattacks against Albania? My conversation with Linda Gray Martin and Britta Glade from RSAC with a preview of this year's conference. Our own Rick Howard takes a field trip to the National Cryptologic Museum. And De-anonymizing Telegram.

Ep 1787 | 3.24.23

Tools, alerts, and advisories from CISA. Reply phishing scams. Cl0p goes everywhere with GoAnywhere. EW in the hybrid war, and shields stay up.

A CISA tool helps secure Microsoft clouds.JCDC and pre-ransomware notification. CISA releases six ICS advisories. Reply phishing. Cl0p goes everywhere exploiting GoAnywhere. Russian electronic warfare units show the ability to locate Starlink terminals. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton on the DoD's zero trust journey. Analysis of the National Cybersecurity strategy from our special guests, Adam Isles, Principal at the Chertoff Group and Steve Kelly, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Cybersecurity and Emerging Technology with the National Security Council.

Ep 1786 | 3.23.23

Pyongyang’s intelligence services have been busy in cyberspace. Hacktivists exaggerate the effects of their attacks on OT. Ghostwriter is back. A twice-told tale: ineffective cyberwar campaigns.

DPRK threat actor Kimsuky uses a Chrome extension to exfiltrate emails, while ScarCruft prospects South Korean organizations. Hacktivists' claims of attacks on OT networks may be overstated. Ghostwriter remains active in social engineering attempts to target Ukrainian refugees. Joe Carrigan has cyber crime by the numbers. Our guest is Christian Sorensen from SightGain with analysis of the cyber effects of Russia’s war.

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Dave Bittner
Dave Bittner, is a security podcast host and one of the founders at CyberWire. He's a creator, producer, videographer, actor, experimenter, and entrepreneur. He's had a long career in the worlds of television, journalism and media production, and is one of the pioneers of non-linear editing and digital storytelling.
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