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.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 22m. Bisher sind 1874 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint täglich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 27 days 14 hours 20 minutes


episode 36: The CyberWire - 2.16.2016 - Daily cyber security news brief.

Ukraine grid hack investigation. Malware descriptions: Fysbis, Corkow. Ransomware news. UK police vs. Crackas.


 2016-02-16  14m

The CyberWire Week in Review 2.12.16

In this podcast, we discuss how the FBI may have been socially engineered, learn something about an alleged Cracka with Attitude, hear about new developments in crimeware, look at a tumultuous week in the stock market, and follow developments in law and p


 2016-02-12  17m

episode 35: The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.12.16

In today's podcast, we hear about the possibility that Russian hackers prepared for attacks on Ukraine's power grid with earlier incursions into mining and railroad networks. We consider hacktivists' motives, and relay some news on the arrest of an allege


 2016-02-12  14m

episode 34: The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.11.16

In today's podcast, we look at a variety of threats to taxpayers during the run-up to April 15. Ransomware continues its spread, now with UmbreCrypt, a CrypBoss variant. Cisco and SAP both issue significant patches. Anonymous refines its target list, and


 2016-02-11  14m

episode 33: The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.10.16

In today's podcast, we consider a possible shift in China's cyber espionage interests. Ransomware continues to spread indiscriminately. Analysts look at cyber company stock prices, and VCs continue to invest in the sector. The US President's budget is out


 2016-02-10  14m

episode 32: The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.9.16

In today's podcast, we continue to follow cyber crime's adoption of espionage tools. ISIS announces its priority targets. The UN and many member governments grapple with the challenge of developing counter-terror intelligence from online sources. Companie


 2016-02-08  12m

episode 31: The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.8.16

In today's podcast, we discuss reports that hacktivists have released personal information gleaned from Justice Department and Department of Homeland Security databases. Anonymous engages a grab-bag of targets. Cyber stocks experience a sell-off. Governme


 2016-02-08  14m

The CyberWire Week in Review 2.5.16

DDoS and ransomware top the cyber criminal charts. New malware gets more evasive. Global threat trends feature state actors. Analysts look at threat intelligence and data sharing. Privacy Shield replaces Safe Harbor. We review security merger and acquisit


 2016-02-05  20m

episode 30: The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.5.16

In today's podcast, we hear some small signals that the ISIS narrative may be faltering. European governments struggle to accommodate privacy while addressing security. Malware gets more evasive, and ransomware retains its popularity among crooks. And fin


 2016-02-05  14m

episode 29: The CyberWire Daily Podcast 2.4.16

The Emissary Trojan evolves. An active campaign hits WordPress sites with the Nuclear exploit kit. A patch for Chromodo is coming. A former Norse insider disputes negative accounts of the company's business. Studies of trends in cyber conflict. Google mov


 2016-02-04  14m