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episode 2052: Visa crackdown against spyware swindlers.


The State Department puts visa restrictions on spyware developers. UnitedHealth says its recent breach could affect tens of millions of Americans. LockBit leaks data allegedly stolen from the DC government. Microsoft says APT28 has hatched a GooseEgg. The White House and HHS update HIPAA rules to protect private medical data. Keyboard apps prove vulnerable. A New Hampshire hospital suffers a data breach. Microsoft’s DRM may be vulnerable to compromise...


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episode 2051: Renewed surveillance sparks controversy.


Section 702 gets another two years.  MITRE suffers a breach through an Ivanti VPN. CrushFTP urges customers to patch an actively exploited flaw. SafeBreach researchers disclose vulnerabilities in Windows Defender that allow remote file deletion. Ukrainian soldiers see increased attention from data-stealing apps. GitHub’s comments are being exploited to distribute malware. VW confirms legacy Chinese espionage and data breaches. CISA crowns winners of the President’s Cup Cybersecurity Competition...


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episode 12: Encore: Kiersten Todt: problem solving and building solutions. [Policy] [Career Notes]


Managing director of the Cyber Readiness Institute Kiersten Todt shares how she came to be in the cybersecurity industry helping to provide free tools and resources for small businesses through a nonprofit. She describes how her work on the Hill prior to and just after 9/11 changed. Kiersten talks about the diversity of skills that benefit work in cybersecurity and offers her advice on going after what you want to do. Our thanks to Kiersten for sharing her story with us. 


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episode 50: Cloud Architect vs Detection Engineer: Mutual benefit. [CyberWire-X]


In this episode of CyberWire-X, N2K CyberWire’s Podcast host Dave Bittner is joined by Brian Davis, Principal Software Engineer, and Thomas Gardner, Senior Detection Engineer, both from Red Canary. They engage in a cloud architect vs. detection engineer discussion. Through the conversation, they illustrate how one person benefits the other's work and how they work together. Red Canary is our CyberWire-X episode sponsor.


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episode 326: The art of information gathering. [Research Saturday]


Greg Lesnewich, senior threat researcher at Proofpoint, sits down to discuss "From Social Engineering to DMARC Abuse: TA427’s Art of Information Gathering." Since 2023, TA427 has directly solicited foreign policy experts for their opinions on nuclear disarmament, US-ROK policies, and sanction topics via benign conversation starting emails...


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episode 2050: Swift responses to cyberattacks.


Two swift responses to recent cyberattacks. Frontier Communications discloses cyberattack. Texas town repels water system cyberattack by unplugging. List of undesirables falls into the wrong hands. CryptoChameleon phishing kit impersonates LastPass. Ransomware payments trending down in Q1 2024 and a warning for small to medium-sized businesses. US auto manufacturers targeted by FIN7. Akira ransomware has made $42 million since March 2023. No more WhatsApp or Threads in China...


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episode 61: Cyber Talent Insights: Charting your path in cybersecurity. (Part 2 of 3) [Special Edition]


Join us for this special three-part series where the N2K Cyber Talent Insights team guides you through effective strategies to develop your cybersecurity team, helping you stay ahead in the constantly changing cybersecurity landscape.  In this episode, we shift our point of view to provide guidance for an individual's first career or perhaps considering a career change transitioning into the field. We discuss a market-driven approach to career development...


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episode 2049: From phishing to felony.


A major Phishing-as-a-service operation gets taken down by international law enforcement. US election officials are warned of nation-state influence operations. The house votes to limit the feds’ purchase of citizens personal data. A Michigan healthcare provider suffered a ransomware attack. Critical infrastructure providers struggle to trust cybersecurity tools. Cloudflare reports on DDoS. Kaspersky uncovers new Android banking malware. Kubernetes cryptominers leverage previously patched flaws...


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episode 2048: The rebirth of Russia's cyber warfare.


A Russian hacker group boldly targets critical infrastructure. The Change Healthcare ransomware attack is projected to cost over a billion dollars. Three hundred bucks is the going rate for a SIM swap. PuTTY potentially reveals private keys. Cisco Talos reports a surge in brute-force attacks. Ivanti updates its MDM product. Omni Hotels & Resorts confirm a data breach. Financially motivated hackers target Businesses in Latin America with steganography...


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episode 2047: Weathering the phishing front.


Cisco Dou warns of a third-party MFA-related breach. MGM Resorts sues to stop an FTC breach investigation. Meanwhile the FTC dings another mental telehealth service provider. Open Source foundations call for caution after social engineering attempts. The NSA shares guidance for securing AI systems. IntelBroker claims to have hit a US geospatial intelligence firm. The UK clamps down on deepfakes. Hard-coded passwords provide the key to smart-lock vulnerabilities...


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