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Ep 2074 | 5.23.24

Checkmate at check in.

Spyware is discovered on U.S. hotel check in systems. A Microsoft outage affects multiple services. Bitdefender uncovers Unfading Sea Haze. University of Maryland researchers find flaws in Apple’s Wi-Fi positioning system. Scotland’s NRS reveals a sensitive data leak. Rapid7 tracks the rise in zero-day exploits and mass compromise events. The SEC hits the operator of the New York Stock Exchange with a ten million dollar fine. Operation Diplomatic Specter targets political entities in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. The FCC considers AI disclosure rules for political ads. N2K T-Minus Space Daily podcast host Maria Varmazis speaks with guests Brianna Bace and Unal Tatar PhD sharing their work on Legal Perspectives on Cyberattacks Targeting Space Systems. Tone-blasting underwater data centers.

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Ep 2073 | 5.22.24

Privacy nightmare or useful tool?

Some say Microsoft’s Recall should be. A breach of a Texas healthcare provided affects over four hundred thousand. Police in the Philippines shut down services following a breach. Ivanti patches multiple products. GitHub fixes a critical authentication bypass vulnerability. Researchers discover critical vulnerabilities in Honeywell’s ControlEdge Unit Operations Controller. The DoD releases their Cybersecurity Reciprocity Playbook. Hackers leak a database with millions of Americans’ criminal records. Mastercard speeds fraud detection with AI. On our Learning Layer segment, host Sam Meisenberg and Joe Carrigan continue their discussion of Joe's ISC2 CISSP certification journey, diving into Domain 5: Identity and Access Management. Remembering a computing visionary.

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Ep 2072 | 5.21.24

The secrets of a dark web drug lord.

The alleged operator of Incognito Market is collared at JFK. The UK plans new ransomware reporting regulations. Time to update your JavaScript PDF library. CISA adds a healthcare interface engine to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog. HHS launches a fifty million dollar program to help secure hospitals. A Fluent Bit vulnerability impacts major cloud platforms. The EPA issues a cybersecurity alert for drinking water systems. BiBi Wiper grows more aggressive. Siren is a new threat intelligence platform for open source software. On our Industry Voices segment, guest Amit Sinha, CEO of DigiCert, joins N2K’s Rick Howard to discuss “Innovation: balancing the good with the bad.” And is it just me, or does that AI assistant sound awfully familiar?

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Ep 2071 | 5.20.24

Double key encryption debate.

Germany’s BSI sues Microsoft for more information on recent security incidents. Julian Assange can appeal his U.S. extradition. AI chatbots may have itchy trigger fingers. CISA warns of vulnerabilities affecting Google Chrome and D-Link routers. Ham Radio’s association suffers a data breach. New underground marketplaces pop up to replace BreachForums. An updated banking trojan targets users in Central and South America. Cybercom’s founders share its origin story. Examining gender bias in open source software contributors. For our Industry Voices segment, guest Chris Pierson, CEO at BlackCloak, met up with N2K’s Brandon Karpf at the 2024 RSA Conference to discuss personal cybersecurity risks for executives. College students unlock free laundering — no money required.

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Ep 2070 | 5.17.24

MediSecure data breach hits Aussie healthcare.

Australia warns of a large-scale ransomware data breach. The justice department charges five with helping North Korean IT workers evade sanctions. The FCC wants to beef up BGP. Antidot is a new Android banking trojan. The SEC enhances disclosure obligations. Researchers uncover vulnerabilities in GE ultrasound devices. A Baltimore neo-nazi pleads guilty to conspiring to take down an electrical grid. On our Solution Spotlight: N2K’s Simone Petrella speaks with Alicja Cade, Director in Google Cloud's Office of the CISO, about the CISO role, board communication, and cyber workforce development. “Tanks” for the warm water, but you can keep the vulnerabilities.

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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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