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704 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear about social networking for genocide in Myanmar: Facebook takes down the Army's inauthentic and inflammatory pages. The supply...

704 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast, we heat that Facebook has found that fewer users than feared were affected by its breach, but that in this case "fewer" still means...

Intelligence Sharing to Protect Ourselves and Each Other

TruSTAR's Paul Kurtz shares his views on information sharing and why we may not be able to count on the government to protect us in the cyber realm.

703 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear that Ukraine says it's under cyberattack, again. ESET connects Telebots and BlackEnergy. Port hacks suggest risks of mixing...

702 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast, we hear that the report of Chinese supply chain seeding attacks comes in for more skepticism: NSA never heard of it, and Congress would...

Information is the life blood of social engineering.

Joe ponders how a phone number is obtained. Dave's friend avoids a Google gift card scam. Christopher Hadnagy returns with an update to his book, The Science...

701 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear that there's no consensus, yet, on Bloomberg's report of Chinese seeding attacks on the IT hardware supply chain. Ukrainian...

700 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear that Bloomberg's report of a Chinese seeding attack on the IT hardware supply chain comes in for skepticism, but Bloomberg stands...

Threat Intelligence by the Book

Learn about Recorded Future's new book, which provides readers with the information they need to integrate threat intelligence into their organizations.

Cryptojacking criminal capers continue — Research Saturday

Researchers at Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 have been tracking the rise of cryptocurrency mining operations run by criminal groups around the world. Ryan...

699 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast, we hear more on the possibility that China's Peoples Liberation Army engaged in seeding the supply chain with malicious chips. Companies...

Easier to trick than to hack.

Dave dodges a local theater scam. Joe shares survey results from Black Hat attendees. A listener's calendar pops up alluring invitations. Carole Theriault...