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Ep 2110 | 7.18.24

SSM On-Prem Flaw is a 10/10 disaster.

Cisco has identified a critical security flaw in its SSM On-prem. The world's largest recreational boat and yacht retailer reports a data breach. The UK’s NHS warns of critically low blood stocks after a ransomware attack. Port Shadow enables VPN person in the middle attacks. Ivanti patches several high-severity vulnerabilities. FIN7 is advertising a security evasion tool on underground forums. Indian crypto exchange WazirX sees $230 million in assets suspiciously transferred. Wiz documents vulnerabilities in SAP AI Core. DDoS for hire team faces jail time. Guest Tomislav Pericin, Founder and Chief Software Architect of ReversingLabs, joins us to discuss their "Free Resource to Conduct Risk Assessments on Open-Source Software." Playing red-light green-light with traffic light controllers.

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Ep 2109 | 7.17.24

Criminal networks crumble.

Interpol pursues West African cybercrime groups. Bassett Furniture shuts down manufacturing following a ransomware attack. A gastroenterologist group notifies patients of a data breach. An Apache HugeGraph flaw is being actively exploited. Octo Tempest updates its toolkit. Satori uncovers evil twin campaigns on Google Play. The cost of the Change Healthcare breach crosses the two billion dollar mark. Cybersecurity venture funding saw a surge last quarter. Cyber regulatory agencies face legal challenges. On our Industry Insights segment, Trevor Hilligoss, Vice President of SpyCloud Labs at SpyCloud, joins us to talk about exploring the intricate world of cybercrime enablement services. Fighting disinformation is easier said than done.

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Ep 2108 | 7.16.24

Squarespace's square off with hijacked domains.

Some Squarespace users see their domains hijacked. Kaspersky Lab is shutting down US operations. BackPack APKs break malware analysis tools. Hackers use 7zip files to deliver Poco RAT malware. CISA’s red-teaming reveals security failings at an unnamed federal agency. Microsoft fixes an Outlook bug triggering false security alerts. Switzerland mandates open source software in the public sector. On our Industry Voices segment, N2K’s Rick Howard speaks with Alex Lawrence and Matt Stamper from Sysdig about their 555 Cloud Security Benchmark. Bellingcat sleuths pinpoint an alleged cartel member.

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Ep 2107 | 7.15.24

Conspiracy theories in politics.

The assassination attempt on former President Trump sparks online disinformation. AT&T pays to have stolen data deleted. Rite Aid recovers from ransomware. A hacktivist group claims to have breached Disney’s Slack. Checkmarx researchers uncover Python packages exfiltrating user data. HardBit ransomware gets upgraded with enhanced obfuscation. Threat actors can weaponize proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits in as little as 22 minutes. Google may be in the market for Wiz. Rick Howard previews his analysis of the MITRE ATT&CK framework. Blockchain sleuths follow the money.

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Ep 2106 | 7.12.24

AT&T's not so LOL hack.

AT&T wireless announces a massive data breach. NATO will build a cyber defense center in Belgium. The White House outlines cybersecurity budget priorities.A popular phone spyware app suffers a major data breach.Some Linksys routers are sending user credentials in the clear. Sysdig describes Crystalray malware. A massive phishing campaign is exploiting Microsoft SharePoint servers. Germany strips Huawei and ZTE from 5G infrastructure. Our guest is Brigid Johnson, Director of AWS Identity, on the importance of identity management. The EU tells X-Twitter to clean up its act or pay the price.

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Dave Bittner
Dave Bittner is a security podcast host and one of the founders at CyberWire. He's a creator, producer, videographer, actor, experimenter, and entrepreneur. He's had a long career in the worlds of television, journalism and media production, and is one of the pioneers of non-linear editing and digital storytelling.
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