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623 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear that the US has charged a former CIA engineer in the WikiLeaks Vault 7 case. Olympic Destroyer may be back, and preparing to...

How to Empower Teams With Threat Intelligence

In this episode of the Recorded Future podcast, we examine how threat intelligence applies to a variety of roles within an organization, and how security...

622 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear that Liberty Life has sustained an attempt at data extortion. In separate operations, international police agencies cooperate...

621 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear that MysteryBot is under development and presumably being prepared for sale on the black market. Satan ransomware gets a makeover...

620 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast, we hear that LuckyMouse has crept into an unnamed Central Asian house. Dixons Carphone data exposure presents complex legal and regulatory...

Gaming pro athletes online — Hacking Humans

Scammers taking advantage of natural disasters, romance scams, and a strange voice mail. Stephen Frank from the National Hockey League Players Association...

619 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear that old news is new news when it comes to undersea cables. The Lazarus Group is still at it, against South Korean targets.

618 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast we hear that the US Treasury Department has announced sanctions against Russian entities it says were too cyber-cozy with the FSB. Code-signing...

Optimizing the Intelligence Cycle at Optum

Vince Peeler, manager of cyber intelligence services at Optum, shares his thoughts on the intelligence cycle and the role it can play in organizing and...

617 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast, we hear about more SWIFT fraud, with a wiper attack as misdirection. Cryptocurrency exchange looted of ICO tokens. Chinese espionage...

Winnti Umbrella Chinese threat group — Research Saturday

Researchers from ProtectWise's 401TRG team recently published research linking a variety of new and previously reported Chinese cyber threat groups. Tom...

616 — CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast, we hear that Adobe has patched a Flash vulnerability. InvisiMole is a discrete, selective cyber espionage tool. A Facebook glitch inadvertently...