16 episodes

It seems like we hear about new cyberattacks almost every day. 
The targets used to be just big companies and government agencies. 
Now they are focused on you. 
Every Tuesday, former NPR investigations correspondent Dina Temple-Raston dives deep into the world of cyber and intelligence. 
You’ll hear stories about everything from ransomware to misinformation to the people shaping the cyber world, from hacking masterminds to the people who try to stop them. 
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    • 4.6 • 14 Ratings

It seems like we hear about new cyberattacks almost every day. 
The targets used to be just big companies and government agencies. 
Now they are focused on you. 
Every Tuesday, former NPR investigations correspondent Dina Temple-Raston dives deep into the world of cyber and intelligence. 
You’ll hear stories about everything from ransomware to misinformation to the people shaping the cyber world, from hacking masterminds to the people who try to stop them. 
Click Here. From The Record by Recorded Future

    15. At war with facial recognition: Clearview AI in Ukraine

    15. At war with facial recognition: Clearview AI in Ukraine

    Facial recognition technology is changing the war in Ukraine. It is finding infiltrators, providing evidence for war crimes and, more darkly, providing fodder for propaganda. We talk to Clearview AI’s CEO about its role in the conflict and what it means for the future.

    • 27 min
    14. ‘Cream of the cream’: Russia’s high-tech brain drain

    14. ‘Cream of the cream’: Russia’s high-tech brain drain

    Tech entrepreneurs and developers are fleeing Putin’s Russia in droves. Meet three members of the exodus: a young successful entrepreneur… a corporate manager… and a high-school computer whiz who can’t wait to leave. Plus, DHS’ Rob Silvers on how ransomware ends.

    • 30 min
    13. Spyware and ‘a world of Bond villains’

    13. Spyware and ‘a world of Bond villains’

    Ron Deibert founded The Citizen Lab, a high-tech human rights watchdog at the University of Toronto. He's concerned the Internet could unleash our darkest angels. Now, he has an even bigger worry: spyware. It's become so normalized even democratic nations are using it as high-tech oppo research. Plus, a pause in open source mapping in Ukraine.

    • 24 min
    12. Lapsus$: The script kiddies are alright

    12. Lapsus$: The script kiddies are alright

    How a new cyber extortion team called Lapsu$ managed to convince the world that it had turned low-tech hacking operations into high impact heists. And two high-schoolers who tinkered with a punch card and almost brought down the IBM computer center in Manhattan.

    • 27 min
    11. The Entrepreneur and the Jihadist

    11. The Entrepreneur and the Jihadist

    A Los Angeles tech entrepreneur reveals for the first time the role he played in bringing one of the world’s deadliest hackers to justice. And the founder of Craigslist talks about his effort to build a cyber civil defense force.

    • 26 min
    10. Are America’s nuclear systems so old they’re un-hackable?

    10. Are America’s nuclear systems so old they’re un-hackable?

    In its latest defense budget, the Biden Administration has asked Congress to fund the modernization of America’s nuclear weapons systems.The current system – that until recently was still using eight inch floppies – is seen as so old that it’s virtually un-hackable. So if you modernize, now what? Plus, cyber hits from Nigeria’s music scene.

    SHOW NOTES:
    At The Brink podcast
    Herb Lin's book Cyber Threats and Nuclear Weapons
    How cybercrime remixed the Nigerian Music scene

    • 26 min

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