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episode 705: Facebook in Myanmar. Supply chain seeding attack update. Election hacking. NCSC reports. EU prepares sanctions (Russia feels ill-used).

In today's podcast we hear about social networking for genocide in Myanmar: Facebook takes down the Army's inauthentic and inflammatory pages. The supply chain seeding attack from China remains dubious. Probes of US election infrastructure, and black market offers of voter databases, are reported. GCHQ sees cybercrime as a chronic threat, but state-sponsored cyber operations as an acute problem. EU prepares sanctions against a big country to the east. And farewell to Paul Allen, departed this life yesterday at the age of 65. Mike Benjamin from CenturyLink with an update on the Satori botnet. Guest is Larry Sjelin, Director of Game Development at the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security, discussing the Cyber Threat Defender card game.

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