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Responsible disclosure working. Europol gets more online authority vs. ISIS. ROK, US joint AI research. Satoshi Nakamoto, call your office.

THE CYBERWIRE (Monday, May 2, 2016) — Symantec continues to track the activities of cyber espionage group Tick against Japanese targets. Noted for delivering Gofarer malware in drive-bys, whence the group installs the Daserf backdoor on victim systems, Tick has shown particular interest in companies engaged in ocean engineering, broadcasting, and IT…

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Daily Podcast 5.02.16

DPRK jamming prompts search for GPS alternative. Satoshi, is that you?

We hear some encouraging examples of responsible disclosure. Ransomware is still out and about. IBM seems to see a future in blockchain technology. Bob Hansmann from Forcepoint shares highlights from their threat report. Ben Yelin tracks the Snowden remedies. And Craig Wright again claims he's Satoshi Nakamoto—the BBC and the Economist seem ready to take him at his word…

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Special Edition

In Their Own Words — The 2016 Women in Cybersecurity Conference

We sat down with a range of women, from students to industry leaders, for candid conversations about their personal journeys, their experiences as women in a male dominated field, and their advice to women considering a career in cybersecurity.

This special edition made possible by the generous support of Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, Cylance, and ITPro.TV.


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Featured Interview
Harjit Singh Sajjan

Harjit Singh Sajjan

Minister of National Defence, Canada

April 20, 2016 — Harjit Singh Sajjan, The Honorable Harjit Singh Sajjan, Canada's Minister of National Defense, is a retired lieutenant colonel in the Canadian Armed Forces and a veteran of combat tours in Bosnia and Afghanistan. He's also a veteran of the Vancouver Police Department, where he served as a detective in the gang crimes unit. The Member of Parliament for Vancouver South, he assumed office in November 2015. Read more.
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SINET IT Security Entrepreneurs Forum (ITSEF) 2016

April 19-20, 2016 Mountain View, California

IT Security Entrepreneurs Forum (ITSEF) — SINET's flagship event — is designed to bridge the gap between the Federal Government and private industry. ITSEF provides a venue where entrepreneurs can meet and interact directly with leaders of government, business and the investment community in an open, collaborative environment focused on addressing the Cybersecurity challenge. Read more.

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