Every Monday through Friday, the CyberWire's Daily News Briefing gives you a clear picture of news concerning cyber security. Whether you're interested in technology, threats, trends, the marketplace, policy, research, education, or law, our briefings provide concise synthesis and analysis of cyber security news happening around the world.
Soldiers overshare. Separ quietly lives off the land. Questionable disclosure of Vkontakte bug. NSCS dances with Huawei.
Fancy Bear phishes think tanks. Lazarus Group targeting Russia? GandCrab decryptor. NSO Group update.
Cyberattacks against Australian political targets. NCSC report thought good news for Huawei. Westminster critiques Facebook.
GandCrab exploits unpatched plug-in. Big Tech and privacy, content moderation. Security testing for 5G. Info ops. Apophis Squad.
Indictment of US defector to Iran unsealed (social engineering implications). Where's that Equifax PII? Valentine's Day notes.
Patch Tuesday notes. Shlayer and GreyEnergy. China says it didn't hack Canberra. And Valentine's Day is tomorrow (be afraid).
VFEmail sustains a devastating attack. EU mulls response to APT10. Military hacks. AI, competition, and humanity's future.
Australia investigates attempted Parliament hack. Zero-days a bigger risk? Internet autarky. Huawei issues. Blackmail inquiry.
Australian Parliament cyber incident? Triout spyware. Phishing at credit unions. Mr. Bezos vs. Mr. Pecker.
APT10 or APT31? Google Translate used to phsih. macOS Keychain 0-day. Scam mimics Norton system scan. Suspicion of Huawei, ZTE.