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686 — CyberWire Daily
9.18.18

In today's podcast, we hear about a Citizen Lab report on the global use of Pegasus lawful intercept tools. OilRig seems to be spearphishing in Bahrain.

Fears of GDPR-Triggered Spam So Far Unfounded
9.17.18

Hear from Allan Liska who analyzed several months’ worth of data on GDPR spam rates to see if the expected uptick came to pass.

685 — CyberWire Daily
9.17.18

In today's podcast, we hear about the ransomware that's clogged systems at a UK airport. New variants of ransomware are out and about in the wild. EternalBlue...

684 — CyberWire Daily
9.14.18

In today's podcast we hear that Magecart has achieved another library infestation as Feedify is hit. An evil cursor attack is a variant of a familiar tech...

683 — CyberWire Daily
9.13.18

In today's podcast we hear that an Iranian domestic spyware campaign has been reported: it's most interested in ethnic Kurds. A bogus cryptocurrency wallet...

682 — CyberWire Daily
9.12.18

In our podcast we hear that a US Executive Order issued today will impose sanctions on foreign actors following a determination that there's been an attempt...

681 — CyberWire Daily
9.11.18

In today's podcast, we hear that Trend Micro has clarified what was up with allegations it was deploying spyware with its tools—no spyware, but they've...

680 — CyberWire Daily
9.10.18

In today's podcast, we hear about foreign information operations surrounding elections in Israel and Sweden. Domestic information operations surround local...

Protecting the Brand, Products, and People at Perdue Farms
9.10.18

Chris Wolski, head of information security at Perdue Farms, describes the unique intersection of cyber and physical systems his team protects.

Leafminer espionage digs the Middle East. — Research Saturday
9.8.18

Researchers at Symantec recently published their findings on an active attack group named Leafminer that's targeting government organizations and businesses...

679 — CyberWire Daily
9.7.18

In today's podcast we hear that Russia says it had nothing to do with the Salisbury nerve agent attacks, but no one really seems to be buying the denial.

678 — CyberWire Daily
9.6.18

In today's podcast, we hear that the Novichok attacks have brought Britain and Russia to the brink of cyberwar. The UK will take its case to the UN Security...