The CyberWire Daily Podcast for 10.24.17

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In today’s podcast, we learn that Hurricane Reaper, the big IoT botnet, remains a digital tropical depression, but plenty of people are warning everyone to stock up on the cyber equivalents of flashlight batteries and bottled water. Czech parliament sites hacked in apparent election-related mischief. Kenya’s contentious re-vote approaches. APT28 gets a Bronx cheer for lame CyCon phishing, but don’t get cocky, kid. KnowBe4 and Cisco announce acquisitions. Kaspersky seeks to undo reputational damage inflicted by US Government ban. The FBI re-engages in the crypto wars. David DuFour from Webroot on phishing trends. Phil Neray from CyberX reviewing their Global ICS & IIoT Risk Report. If you had a nose job at London Bridge Plastic Surgery, someone’s got your before and after pix.

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