The CyberWire Daily

The daily cybersecurity news and analysis industry leaders depend on. Published each weekday, the program also includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 19m. Bisher sind 1698 Folge(n) erschienen. Jeden Tag erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 22 days 13 hours 21 minutes

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The CyberWire 1.14.16


Anonymous continues to find easier targets in the civilized world than it has in ISIS: the hacktivist collective protests whaling with an attack on Icelandic government sites.


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 2016-01-14  7m
 
 

The CyberWire 1.13.16


Anonymous vs. Iceland. Implications of Ukraine grid hack. 2FA defeat. Patch Tuesday. Cyber M&A news.


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 2016-01-13  8m
 
 

The CyberWire 1.12.16


State attacks on Southeast Asian NGOs? Post mortems on the Ukrainian grid's cyber attack. Technical and messaging responses to ISIS. Wassenaar receives US Congressional scrutiny.


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 2016-01-12  9m
 
 

The CyberWire 1.11.16


Consensus emerges on Ukraine power grid hack. Technical fixes for information operations? Patch news.


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 2016-01-11  11m
 
 

The CyberWire Week in Review 1.8.16


SandWorm and BlackEnergy—an attack on Ukraine's power grid. Enemies of ISIS continue their search for counter-messaging and actionable intelligence. DDoS as misdirection. Compromised certificates used to spread malware, and something new: ransomware-as-


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 2016-01-08  6m
 
 

The CyberWire 1.8.16


Cyberspace as intelligence domain. Exploits kits, IoT issues, and Brain Test's return.


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 2016-01-08  6m
 
 

The CyberWire 1.7.16


Bracing for infrastructure hacks. Malware distributed with compromised certs. Monetizing identity theft.


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 2016-01-07  8m
 
 

The CyberWire 1.6.16


Intelligence services link Russia to the cyber attack on Ukraine's power grid. Iran, Saudi Arabia, and ISIS ramp up their mutually antagonistic postures in cyberspace. Ransomware-as-a-service tool "Ransom32." And we talk with the CyberWire's editor about


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 2016-01-06  8m
 
 

The CyberWire 1.5.16


Mounting evidence of a Russian cyber attack on Ukraine's power grid, the hunt for “Jihadi John," hacktivist response to recent Saudi executions, and we talk with the CyberWire's editor about the latest in power-grid hacking.


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 2016-01-05  7m
 
 

The CyberWire 1.4.16


ISIS remains undeterred and defiant in cyberspace. Anti-ISIS hacktivists strike BBC and Trump's campaign. Turkish hacktivists vs. Russia. Russian cyber operators vs. Ukraine's power grid. Intelligence services seek to improve cooperation against terrorist


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 2016-01-04  9m