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Ep 2092 | 6.20.24

Cyberattack leaves dealerships feeling stuck in neutral.

Over 15,000 car dealerships hit the brakes after a software supplier cyber incident. The EU’s Chat Control gets put on hold. A hacker leaks contact details of over 33,000 Accenture employees. A major forklift manufacturer shuts down operations in the wake of a ransomware attack. IntelBroker claims to have leaked source code from Apple. An investigation questions the ethics of AI firm Perplexity. A radiology practice notifies over half a million people of a data breach. Federal contractors pay millions in fines for inadequate cyber security during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stolen files from the Kansas City Police department are posted online. On our Learning Layer segment, host Sam Meisenberg and Joe Carrigan continue their discussion of Joe's ISC2 CISSP certification journey. Remembering the work of MIT’s Arvind.

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Ep 2091 | 6.18.24

Servers seized, terrorists teased.

Europol and partners shut down 13 terrorist websites. A data breach at the LA County Department of Public Health affects over two hundred thousand. The Take It Down act targets deepfake porn. The Five Eyes alliance update their strategies to protect critical infrastructure. VMware has disclosed two critical-rated vulnerabilities in vCenter Server. The alleged heads of the "Empire Market" dark web marketplace are charged in Chicago federal court. A new malware campaign tricks users into running malicious PowerShell “fixes.”Researchers thwart Memory Tagging Extensions in Arm chips. A major e-learning platform discloses a breach. On our Industry Voices segment, we are joined by Guy Guzner, CEO and Co-Founder of Savvy to discuss "Reimagining app and identity security for SaaS." Clearview AI offers plaintiffs a piece of the pie.

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Ep 2090 | 6.17.24

Scattered Spider hacker snagged in Spain.

Spanish authorities snag a top Scattered Spider hacker. HC3 issues an alert about PHP. WIRED chats with ShinyHunters about the breach affecting Snowflake customers. Meta delays LLM training over European privacy concerns. D-Link urges customers to upgrade routers against a factory installed backdoor. A new Linux malware uses emojis for command and control. Vermont’s Governor vetoes a groundbreaking privacy bill. California fines Blackbaud millions over a 2020 data breach. Guest Patrick Joyce, Proofpoint's Global Resident CISO, sharing some key challenges, expectations and priorities of chief information security officers (CISOs) worldwide. N2K’s CSO Rick Howard for a preview of his latest CSO Perspectives podcast episode on The Current State of XDR: A Rick-the-Toolman episode. Be sure to change those virtual locks.

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Ep 2089 | 6.14.24

A hacking keeps you humble.

Microsoft’s President admits security failures in congressional testimony. Paul Nakasone joins OpenAI’s board. The feds hold their first AI tabletop exercise. CISA reports on the integration of space-based infrastructure. Cleveland city hall remains closed after a cyber attack. Truist commercial bank confirms a data breach. Rockwell Automation patches three high-severity vulnerabilities. University of Illinois researchers develop autonomous AI hacking agents. Arynn Crow, Sr Manager of AWS User Authentication Products, talks with N2K’s Brandon Karpf about security through MFA and FIDO Alliance passkeys, and her work on the Digital Identity Advancement Foundation. Can an AI run for mayor?

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Ep 2088 | 6.13.24

Whistleblower warns of profit over protection.

A whistleblower claims that Microsoft prioritized profit over security. U.S. warnings of global election interference continue to rise. Cyber insurance claims hit record levels. Location tracking firm Tile suffers a data breach. A new phishing kit creates Progressive Web Apps. Questioning the government’s cyber silence. On today’s Threat Vector segment, host David Moulton, Director of Thought Leadership at Unit 42, is joined by Data Privacy Attorney Daniel Rosenzweig. Together, they unravel the complexities of aligning data privacy and cybersecurity laws with technological advancements. AI powered cheating lands one student in hot water.

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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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