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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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Ep 2087 | 6.12.24

COATHANGER isn’t hanging up just quite yet.

Dutch military intelligence warns of the Chinese Coathanger RAT. Pure Storage joins the growing list of Snowflake victims. JetBrains patches a GitHub IDE vulnerability. A data broker hits the brakes on selling driver location data. Flaws in VLC Media player allow remote code execution. Patch Tuesday updates. On our Learning Layer segment, host Sam Meisenberg and Joe Carrigan continue their discussion of Joe's ISC2 CISSP certification journey, taking on Domain 8, Software Development Security. Farewell, computer engineering legend Lynn Conway.

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Ep 2086 | 6.11.24

Hijacking your heritage.

23andMe’s looming bankruptcy could pause class-action privacy lawsuits. The FCC focuses on BGP. The White House looks to big tech to help secure rural hospitals. Cylance confirms a data breach. Arm warns of GPU kernel driver vulnerabilities. The world's largest law firm faces class action over the MOVEit hack. SAP releases high priority patches. Apple redefines AI - literally - and offers up Private Cloud Compute at their developer’s conference. Guest Chris Novak, Senior Director of Cyber Security Consulting at Verizon, shares highlights and key takeaways of their recently published 2024 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). Share your love — but not your passwords.

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Ep 2085 | 6.10.24

Rethinking recalls.

Microsoft makes Recall opt-in. The Senate holds hearings on federal cybersecurity standards. Snowflake’s scrutiny snowballs. New York Times source code is leaked online. Ransomware leads to British hospitals' desperate need for blood donors. Cisco Talos finds 15 serious vulnerabilities in PLCs. Sticky Werewolf targets Russia and Belarus. Frontier Communications warns 750,000 customers of a data breach. Chinese nationals get prison time in Zambia for cybercrimes. N2K’s CSO Rick Howard speaks with Danielle Ruderman, Security GTM Leader, AWS about what keeps CISOs up at night. DIY cell towers can land you 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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