The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 07.31.17

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In today’s podcast we hear that US investigators are looking for a disgruntled former insider in the ShadowBrokers case. Operation #HackTheAnalyst claims to have doxed a threat intelligence analyst. Electrical utilities look to their defenses. Trickbot gets wormy. NotPetya continues to have material effect on its corporate victims’ earnings. Sweden’s government shaken by its data breach. ISIS loses brick-and-mortar presence; may be moving online. Ransomware’s lethality to small businesses may be exaggerated. And how do you fund a nuclear program? Malek Ben Salem from Accenture Labs, on their work developing a global ID system for refugees. From Pyongyang, Texas Hold ‘Em looks like a good bet.

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