The CyberWire Daily Podcast

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. BabaYaga eats other malware so it can stage WordPress spam. Patch Tuesday notes, including some products that Redmond will no longer support. Crytpojackers are still busy. One new strain of coin-mining malware uses the Eternal Romance exploit to spread. World Cup surveillance threatens visiting fans. And don't plug gifts from strangers into your USB port. Justin Harvey from Accenture with thoughts on supply chain security. Guests are Saher Naumaan and Kirsten Ward promoting RESET, BAE Systems’ Women in cyber event.

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