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The daily cybersecurity news and analysis industry leaders depend on. Published each weekday, the program also includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world.

    Diplomacy and cyber warnings in the Ukraine crisis. REvil may not actually be out of business. A warning about Iranian state-directed hacking. And Data Privacy Day is observed.

    Diplomacy and cyber warnings in the Ukraine crisis. REvil may not actually be out of business. A warning about Iranian state-directed hacking. And Data Privacy Day is observed.

    Diplomatic channels remain open even as NATO and the US reject Russian demands over Ukraine. More warnings over Russian cyber operations in the hybrid conflict (Voodoo Bear is mentioned in dispatches). Social media as a source of tactical intelligence. The FBI tells industry to be alert for Iranian hacking. Ransomware continues to circulate. Josh Ray from Accenture digs into the Bassterlord Networking Manual. Carole Theriault examines a university data backup snafu. And a happy Data Privacy Day to all.

    For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing:
    https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/19

    • 28 min
    Updates on the hybrid war in Ukraine. Industrial espionage in Germany, conventional espionage in Western Asia. C2C markets, social engineering, and scamware.

    Updates on the hybrid war in Ukraine. Industrial espionage in Germany, conventional espionage in Western Asia. C2C markets, social engineering, and scamware.

    Cyber risk continues over Ukraine as the US and NATO reject Russian demands. Emissary Panda’s industrial espionage against German industry. Fancy Bear is spotted in Western Asia. The C2C market’s initial access broker Prophet Spider is selling access to unpatched VMware Horizon instances. Social engineering adapts to its marks. Thomas Etheridge from CrowdStrike on the power of Identity/Zero Trust in stopping ransomware attacks. Our guest is Gary Guseinov of Real Defense to discuss M&A activity. And Dark Herring scamware is ejected from app stores, but not before hitting over a hundred million victims.

    For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing:
    https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/18

    • 25 min
    Tensions between Russia and Ukraine remain high as NATO offers Ukraine cyber, diplomatic, and other support. DDoS in the DPRK. DazzleSpy in the watering hole. TrickBot ups its game.

    Tensions between Russia and Ukraine remain high as NATO offers Ukraine cyber, diplomatic, and other support. DDoS in the DPRK. DazzleSpy in the watering hole. TrickBot ups its game.

    Tensions between Russia and Ukraine remain high as NATO offers Ukraine cyber, diplomatic, and other support. North Korea gets DDoSed. DazzleSpy hits Hong Kong dissidents drawn to a watering hole. TrickBot ups its game. A quick look at ransomware trends. Microsoft’s Kevin Magee unpacks a recent World Economic Forum report. Our own Rick Howard speaks with Chriss Knisley from MITRE ATT&CK Defender on certifications. And Dame Fortune teaches Michiganders to throw caution to the winds.

    For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing:
    https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/17

    • 28 min
    Hacktivism as irregular operations-short-of-war. A banking Trojan aims at fraudulent wire transfers. DTPacker’s two-step delivery. REvil re-forms? Ransomware and insider threats. DDoS in Andorra.

    Hacktivism as irregular operations-short-of-war. A banking Trojan aims at fraudulent wire transfers. DTPacker’s two-step delivery. REvil re-forms? Ransomware and insider threats. DDoS in Andorra.

    Tensions remain high as Russia assembles troops near Ukraine and NATO moves to higher states of readiness. The Belarusian Cyber Partisans claim responsibility for a ransomware attack against Belarusian railroads. The BRATA banking Trojan spreads, as does DTPacker malware. REvil alumni may be getting the band back together. Ransomware operators working harder to recruit insiders at their targets. Joe Carrigan has the story of a romance scammer in custody. Mr. Security Answer Person John Pescatore has thoughts on BYOD. And there’s a major DDoS campaign shutting down the Internet in Andorra.

    For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing:
    https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/16

    • 32 min
    Updates on the continuing hybrid war in Ukraine. Julian Assange will get another chance to avoid extradition. And Russian privateers find that they’re expendable.

    Updates on the continuing hybrid war in Ukraine. Julian Assange will get another chance to avoid extradition. And Russian privateers find that they’re expendable.

    Updates on the continuing hybrid war in Ukraine. The UK charges Russia with trying to install a puppet in Kyiv. Nominal hacktivists claim an attack against Belarusian railroads. Compromise of Greek parliamentary email accounts reported. Netherlands authorities warn against relaxing your guard against Log4j exploitation. Julian Assange will get another chance to avoid extradition. Rick Howard’s been pondering his reading list. Dinah Davis from Arctic Wolf on securing your smart speakers. And Russian privateers find that they’re expendable.

    For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing:
    https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/15

    • 28 min
    Andrew Maloney: Never-ending thirst for knowledge. [COO] [Career Notes]

    Andrew Maloney: Never-ending thirst for knowledge. [COO] [Career Notes]

    COO and Co-Founder of Query. AI, Andrew Maloney, shares how the building blocks he learned in the military helped him get where he is today. Coming from a blue collar family with a minimal knowledge of computers, Andrew went into computer operations in the Air Force. While deployed to Oman just after the start of the Iraq War, Andrew said he got his break into security. That's where he learned the components that fit together in order to effectively secure an environment. Andrew's words of wisdom: You've got to keep pushing and you've got to believe in yourself and never sell yourself short. We thank Andrew for sharing his story with us.

    • 9 min

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