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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear that they're hoping in Australia that backup tapes made it to the shredder, and didn't fall off the truck. Equifax's board of directors gets reelected. Are China's espionage services preparing the battlespace for a supply chain attack. New Spectre-like vulnerabilities are found in Intel chips. Google and Amazon clamp down on domain fronting, and anti-censorship advocates are unhappy. Here Kitty…we have Monero for you. And a change of command at NSA and US Cyber Command. Johannes Ullrich from SANS and the Internet Stormcast podcast, reviewing the history of hardware flaws. Guest is Philip Tully from ZeroFox with a recap of a talk he gave at RSA on AI.

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