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The CyberWire is a free, community-driven cyber security news service based in Baltimore. Its mission is to provide concise and relevant daily briefings on the critical news happening across the global cyber security domain. In an industry overloaded with information, the CyberWire also helps indivi ...
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The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 07.21.17
In today's podcast we hear about an international raid that took down the illicit Hansa Market—which, it turns out, the Dutch National Police had covertly taken over for about a week. Recovery from WannaCry and NotPetya continues its long slog. Banking malware is on the rise in the wild. Studies warn of power grid vulnerabilities. Devil's Ivy infests security cameras in the IoT. Digital Shadows offers a look at hackers' black markets and see similarities to the drug trade. Our newest partner R ...
The CyberWire Daily Briefing 7.21.17
International operation takes down Hansa Market. Banking malware in circulation. Recovery from WannaCry and NotPetya continues (with difficulty). WikiLeaks regular dump.
The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 07.20.17
In today's podcast, we discuss a reminder from Amazon Web Services is timely: check your cloud's configuration. Hacks now seem to affect revenue for years. A rundown of some new threats and vulnerabilities. Insights into the criminal carding market, and the training it offers. Apple issues security patches for iOS, MacOS, and Safari. Oracle fixes more than 300 bugs. Dale Drew from Level 3 Communications on the responsibilities of ISPs. Chris Ensey from Dunbar Cyber Security, on the roles states ...
The CyberWire Daily Briefing 7.20.17
Don't misconfigure that AWS S3 bucket. Hacks affect revenue years later. Bad Taste bug in Linux. Domain fronting attacks. DarkHotel is back. Apple, Oracle patch.
The CyberWire Daily Briefing 7.19.17
Another unsecured AWS S3 bucket. FedEx says some NotPetya damage may be permanent. Initial coin offering hacked. Voting security initiative announced at Harvard's Belfer Center. Game of Thrones virus in Pirate Bay torrents? DHS, Commerce, consider anti-botnet "moonshot." Industry notes.
CyberWire Podcast crosses 2 million download mark!
Filing this one in the record books, The CyberWire​ Podcast surpassed 2 million downloads! Thanks for listening! #cybersecurity #infosec
The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 07.18.17
In today's podcast we hear more on how Qatar has accused the UAE of hacking, and vows legal retribution—all on the strength of a Washington Post story. UAE says it didn't do it. Warnings about vulnerabilities in commonly used IoT code. Markus Rauschecker from UMD CHHS on Facebook running afoul of European privacy laws. Tina Ladabouche, NSA GenCyber Program Manager, on the NSA’s GenCyber program, supporting summer camp programs. FBI warns of risks inherent in Internet-connected toys. And peop ...
The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 07.17.17
In today's podcast we hear that Qatar has accused the United Arab Emirates of a hacking and disinformation campaign—the UAE deny it. Russia's Foreign Ministry says it was hacked. Russia-experts in the US said to be receiving unwelcome attention from possible state intelligence services. Deterrence and confidence building measures remain works in progress in cyberspace. Ransomware and click-fraud combined in a single criminal campaign. Macs attacked by banking credential stealing malware. Johns ...
The CyberWire Daily Briefing 7.17.17
Report: UAE hacked Qatar in disinformation campaign. Russia says it's a hacking victim, too. NemucodAES and Kovter distributed in common campaign. Malware vs. Macs. White House inadvertently releases commenters' info.
The Week that Was, 7.16.17
G20 and the cooperation that wasn't. Clausewitz comes to the cyber domain. Assessing NotPetya's cost. The Great Fire Wall and the Crypto Wars. GSA and Kaspersky. More from Vault7. Lawful intercept gets lawless? Leaky S3 buckets. Crime and punishment. Industry notes.

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