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The CyberWire Daily Podcast

In today's podcast we hear that Ukraine has warned that Russia is preparing a coordinated attack against Ukrainian financial and energy infrastructure. China appears to be stepping up surveillance of the Tibetan diaspora. Cisco's Talos unit has a free decryptor for Thanatos ransomware. Facebook's self-audit of data usage proves both more difficult and more skeleton-rattling than hoped. Norwegian consumer watchdogs find that Facebook and Google nudge users away from privacy. An alt-coin sting against drug dealers. Mike Benjamin from CenturyLink on Malspam, and how it differs from run of the mill spam. Guest is Jaime Blasco from AlienVault on the security implications of using open source tools.

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Invictus International Consulting

Invictus is a premier cybersecurity services and technology solutions company that provides elite cyber talent to the Intelligence, National and Homeland Security communities, and commercial clientele. Invictus is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) based in Virginia and started by military veterans. Learn more about Invictus

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