Senator Wyden blocks the Senate vote on the new NSA and Cyber Command lead. GPS interference is attributed to Iran. Meta identifies and removes Chinese and Russian accounts and groups for coordinated inauthenticity. The EU Council president proposes ‘European cyber force’ with ‘offensive capabilities’. Twisted Spider is observed conducting new ransomware campaigns. Staples sustains a cyberattack. Apple releases security updates for two actively exploited zero-days. On today’s Mr. Security Answer Person segment, John Pescatore joins us to talk about Microsoft's Secure Future Initiative. And how can you tell if your bot is involved in insider trading?CyberWire Guests
On today’s Mr. Security Answer Person segment, John Pescatore joins us to talk about Microsoft's Secure Future Initiative.
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Wyden to block Senate vote on new NSA, Cyber Command lead (Politico)
Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming, and Interference Reporting (Federation of American Scientists)
Commercial Flights Are Experiencing 'Unthinkable' GPS Attacks and Nobody Knows What to Do (Vice)
GPS Spoofing Traced To Iran (Location Business News)
Adversarial Threat Report, Third Quarter 2023 (Meta)
EU Council president proposes ‘European cyber force’ with ‘offensive capabilities’ (The Record)
Microsoft warns of new ransomware campaign by Twisted Spider group (Computing)
Staples confirms cyberattack behind service outages, delivery issues (BleepingComputer)
Technical Report: Large Language Models can Strategically Deceive their Users when Put Under Pressure (Cornell University)Want to hear your company in the show?
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