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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95. Reality Bytes: the URL-IRL crash
Three stories about technologies that started out doing one thing, and ended up doing quite another — from online tractors, to tasers in schools, to cellphone hackers who take their online battles into the real world.
94. They’re just hackers, living off the land
There’s a specific kind of cyber attack targeting big industrial systems that is coming back into fashion: it’s called a ‘living off the land’ attack. What makes it particularly scary is that unlike traditional attacks in which bad actors break into a system and plant malicious code, in living off the land attacks, there’s nothing to find — bad actors leverage what’s already in the network.
93. Tech that allows ordinary people to make peace with wartime
If you want to know how Ukrainians are coping with the war, look at the Ukraine apps in the app store. From an air raid alert built in the first week of the invasion to a map that helps work-from-homers find electricity, technology is helping Ukraine find some sense of normalcy in wartime.
92. Israel, Gaza and all the light you cannot see
We talk to two ordinary people who decided to tackle two extraordinary problems: identifying the thousands who went missing in Israel in the days after the October 7th attacks, and one man’s leap of faith to get internet and cellphone service into Gaza.
91. Bucha wants to be known for something else: Justice.
Bucha, a bedroom community just outside of Kyiv, is best known for enduring Russia’s atrocities during a month-long occupation in the Spring of 2022. Now the citizens of Bucha don’t want revenge, they want justice.
90. Saving Ukraine’s cultural heritage with a click
When a Russian bomb damaged a beloved library in the Ukrainian town of Chernihiv, locals feared that it would be lost forever. Then a cutting-edge technology came to the rescue.
A surprise, every time
The word “cybersecurity” may not sparkle with intrigue and interest for you, but trust me, this excellent podcast - which focuses on cyber espionage, misinformation, ransomware, and related issues - never fails to amaze. Temple-Raston is a superb journalist and host, with a voice pitched to soothe despite the scary stories she investigates. Great show. I look forward every week.
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A real professional.
Your show is so good its too short. You are a true professional.