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.
Huawei and a template for surveillance? Bluetana vs. card skimmers. More charges for "erratic?" Fugitive from injustice.
Cyberespionage in the Czech Republic. DéjaBlue. More human review of AI. Insecure check-in. Exposed biometric DB.
UN looks at DPRK hacking. BITTER APT vs. China's government. PsiXBot's evolution. Spearphishing trends. Leaving Las Vegas.
UK power outage not caused by cyberattack. Russia warns Google against incitement. China dismisses FireEye report on APT41. Vegas notes.
Voting machines more connected than believed? Boeing, FAA say 787 firmware is secure. Monitoring social media. Notes from Black Hat.
Gulf tensions induce cyber ops. Airliner software concerns. US bans buying from five Chinese companies. Black Hat notes.
CISA warns of tragedy-related scams. Social media watch. LokiBot evolves. Suspect in phone-unlocking scam arrested. Black Hat notes.
Fancy Bear paws at poorly secured corporate IoT. Machete shows renewed activity. DSCC unsecured AWS S3 bucket found. MegaCortex evolves.
Extortion by data destruction in Mexico and Germany. Apple and Amazon change review policies for Siri and Alexa. Sorting through shooters' digital histories.
Spearphishing utility companies. Warning against online card skimming. Bellingcat as gadfly.