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episode 53: Margaret Cunningham: A people scientist with a technology focus. [Behavioral science} [Career Notes]


Principal Research Scientist for Human Behavior at Forcepoint, Margaret Cunningham shares her story of how she landed in cybersecurity.


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episode 187: Taking a look behind the Science of Security. [Research Saturday]


Guest Adam Tagert is a Science of Security (SoS) Researcher in the National Security Agency Research Directorate. The National Security Agency (NSA) sponsors the Science of Security (SoS) Initiative for the promotion of a foundational cybersecurity science that is needed to mature the cybersecurity discipline and to underpin advances in cyberdefense. Adam works in all aspects of SoS particularly in the promotion of collaboration and use of foundational cybersecurity research...


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episode 1352: Diplomatic Backdoor targets charities, embassies, and telcos in Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia. Fancy Lazarus and DDoS extortion. Slilpp credential market takedown. A data gap? Cyber regulation.


Diplomatic Backdoor afflicts Africa, Europe, and Southwest Asia. Electronic Arts source code stolen. “Fancy Lazarus” is back: despite the name, it’s an extortion gang, not an espionage service. An international law enforcement action takes down a credential market. Making good data available for AI research. There’s a growing appetite for cyber regulation in Washington...


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episode 1351: Deciding to pay ransom - the cases of JBS and Colonial Pipeline. Gangland branding. Constituent management system hit. Notes on the FBI’s partial recovery of DarkSide’s ransom take.


JBS discloses that it paid REvil roughly eleven-million dollars in ransom. REvil not only had a good haul, but the gang made a few points about its brand, too. Colonial Pipeline explains, and defends, its decision to pay ransom. The US Congress has a third-party problem that constituents may or may not notice. Dan Prince from Lancaster University on the science of cybersecurity. Our guest is Kris McConkey from PwC on their Cyber Threats 2020 - Report on the Global Threat Landscape...


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episode 1350: Chinese cyberespionage in Russia? US Executive Order rescinds TikTok, WeChat bans. Operation Trojan Shield. Privateering. NATO’s Article 5 in cyberspace. Patch Tuesday notes.


SentinelOne attributes the cyberespionage campaign against Russia’s FSB to Chinese services. President Biden replaces his predecessor’s bans on TikTok and WeChat with a process of engagement, security reviews, and data protection. More on the FBI-led Operation Trojan Shield. Privateering, again. NATO’s Article 5 in cyberspace. Joe Carrigan weighs in on recent high profile cyber incidents. Our guest is Shashi Kiran from Aryaka on their 2021 State of the WAN report. And notes on Patch Tuesday...


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episode 1349: FBI claws back a lot of the ransom DarkSide collected. An international dragnet uses an encrypted chat app to pull in more than 800 suspects. Navistar discloses a cyber incident.


The FBI seized a large portion of the funds DarkSide obtained from its extortion of Colonial Pipeline. An international sweep stings more than eight-hundred suspected criminals who were caught while using an encrypted chat app law enforcement was listening in on. CISA advises users to update their VMware instances. A new phishing campaign distributes Agent Tesla. Ben Yelin examines renewed controversy surrounding Clearview AI...


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episode 1348: Dark Side’s way into Colonial Pipeline networks may have been an old VPN. Summit agenda. DDoS hits German banks. Anonymous angry with Elon Musk? Alleged Trickbot coder arraigned.


Dark Side seems to have attacked Colonial Pipeline through an old VPN account. Washington and Moscow prepare for this month’s summit, with cyber on the agenda. DDoS affects German banks. Anonymous may be back, and out to bring to book those who would troll Bitcoiners. Rick Howard looks at process management in security. David Dufour from Webroot on lessons learned from Exchange Server vulnerabilities...


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episode 52: Dave Farrow: The guy that enabled the business. [Security leadership] [Career Notes]


VP of Information Security at Barracuda Dave Farrow shares how a teenage surfer feel in love with software development.


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episode 186: Bad building blocks: a new and unusual phishing campaign. [Research Saturday]


Guest Karl Sigler of Trustwave's SpiderLabs joins Dave Bittner to talk about their research: "Hidden Phishing at Free JavaScript Site". The research describes an interesting phishing campaign SpiderLabs encountered recently. In this campaign, the email subject pertains to a price revision, followed by some numbers. There is no email body, but there is an attachment about an ”investment...


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episode 1347: Advice on ransomware from the US National Security Council. JBS announces its recovery from the REvil attack. Cyber diplomacy (and maybe retaliation). Ransomware-themed phishbait.


JBS recovers from its REvil ransomware attack, and this and other apparent instances of privateering will figure among the agenda at the upcoming US-Russia summit. (The US is said to be mulling retaliation.) The White House issues general advice on preparing for ransomware attacks. The Tokyo Olympic committee suffers a data breach. Ransomware may have interrupted some media livestreaming yesterday. Attribution in the MTA attack...


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