Every Saturday, the CyberWire takes a look back in the Week that Was, a narrative summary of the past seven days' significant cyber security news. Designed for busy professionals who need a week-to-week perspective on developments and trends, the Week that Was provides context for the breaking stories of the day. Every issue is organized topically, with inline links to sources the reader can follow for amplified detail. Like the Daily News Briefing, the Week that Was is delivered to subscribers by email, free and spam-free.
Seeding attack on supply chain? GRU exposed. Pyongyang's cybercrime wave. Information ops. Industry notes.
Facebook breached. Influence operations and election hacking. Adventures in content moderation. Terror in Iran. Privacy regulation. Industry notes.
Magecart in the wild. OilRig evolves. US cyber strategy. Russian information ops. Crime, courts, commerce, and invention.
Apps behaving badly. Magecart capers. US Executive Order on imposition of costs. Law and litigation. Industry notes.
Anglo-Russian cyber conflict. Stone Panda tracked. Election security. Malicious apps in the Apple Store. Industry notes.
Medical device flaws. Irregular disclosure of a Windows exploit. Influence operations, content moderation. Industry notes.
Information ops, both Russian and Iranian, and one election-hacking false alarm. Hacking back is back. Crypto-wars updates.
Foreshadow speculative execution issue. Election security. Crypto wars. More assertive US cyber policies.
WannaCry never left. Pyongyang's new RAT. Notes on cybercrime. Sanctions and hybrid warfare. Industry notes.
Reddit gets hacked. Sandworm phishes Swiss lab. RASPITE vs. ICS. Pegasus found in Amnesty phones. Automotive cybersecurity.