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Episode 728
11.20.18

In today’s podcast, we hear about nations behaving badly (but from the point-of-view of cyberespionage they’re doing, unfortunately, well). The Lazarus...

Episode 727
11.19.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that CISA is now an agency within DHS. Cozy Bear is back, and spearphishing in American civilian waters. Ukrainian authorities...

Episode 726
11.16.18

In today’s podcast, we ask a question: when does a military exercise become hybrid warfare? Answer: when it affects civilian safety. Like with GPS jamming.

Episode 725
11.15.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that tRAT indicates a criminal shift to a longer game. Chinese industrial espionage copies Russian services’ tricks. Dharma...

Episode 724
11.14.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that Monday’s BGP hijacking wasn’t hijacking at all, but rather a fumbled upgrade in an ISP. The White Company’s Operation...

Episode 723
11.13.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that Finland is investigating GPS signal jamming during NATO exercises. Russia’s the usual suspect, as usual Russia feels picked...

Bringing Government Experience to Financial Services Security

Derrick Pendleton of Legg Mason shares his views on threat intelligence and incident response as well as advice on how to get started in security.

Establishing international norms in cyberspace.

Joseph Nye is former dean of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He served as Chair of the National Intelligence Council, and as Assistant Secretary...

Episode 722
11.9.18

In today’s podcast we hear that Britain’s NCSC has warned, again, that the UK is likely to face a Category One cyberattack within the next few years. In...

Episode 721
11.8.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that, while election hacking seems not have happened in the US this week, that hasn’t stopped the IRA and its mouthpieces in...

Human sources are essential.
11.8.18

Joe gathers open source information online. Dave wonders if a tow truck driver got the better of him. A listener shares a possible custom app scam. Former...

Episode 720
11.7.18

In today’s podcast we take a quick look back at the US midterm elections, and at what did and didn’t happen. Is Iran looking at waging cyber-enabled economic...