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episode 75: Swati Shekhar: Challenges increase your risk appetite. [Engineering] [Career Notes]


Ground Labs' Head of Engineering, Swati Shekhar, shares her circuitous route from and back to engineering.


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episode 209: A glimpse into TeamTNT. [Research Saturday]


Senior Intelligence Researcher at Anomali, Tara Gould, joins Dave to discuss their team's work on "Inside TeamTNT’s Impressive Arsenal: A Look Into A TeamTNT Server." Anomali Threat Research discovered an open server to a directory listing that they attribute with high confidence to the German-speaking threat group, TeamTNT.The server contains source code, scripts, binaries, and cryptominers targeting Cloud environments...


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episode 1458: Tension in Eastern Europe. A Hong Kong watering hole. US, EU join the Paris Call. Cybermercenaries. CISA’s plans for countering disinformation, and for forming a white-hat hacker advisory group.


Notes on rising international tension in Eastern Europe. A watering-hole campaign in Hong Kong. The US and the EU have joined the Paris Call. NSO Group’s prospective CEO resigns his position before formally assuming it. Void Balaur, a cybermercenary group, is active in the Russophone cyber underground. Johannes Ullrich on leaked vaccination cards and Covid tests. Our guest is Carolyn Crandall of Attivo Networks on what organizations should be focused on to protect Active Directory...


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episode 1: Let's go to the movies. [Hacking Humans Goes to the Movies]


Welcome to a fun new project by the team who brings you Hacking Humans, the CyberWire's social engineering podcast. Co-hosts Dave Bittner and Joe Carrigan are joined by Rick Howard in this series. They view clips from their favorite movies with examples of the social engineering scams and schemes you hear about on Hacking Humans. In this first episode, Dave, Joe and Rick are watching Dave's and Joe's picks...


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episode 1457: Cyberespionage from Tehran. Clopp ransomware operators exploit vulnerable SolarWinds instances. Mercenaries and lawful intercept vendors. Patch Tuesday.


Tehran’s Lyceum group expands its activities against ISPs and telcos in Israel, Morocco, Tunisia, and Saudi Arabia. Clopp is going after unpatched instances of SolarWinds. Cyber mercenaries are quietly competing with lawful intercept vendors. NSO Group receives a setback from the US 9th Circuit. Mexico makes an arrest in its Pegasus investigation. Carole Theriault shares her thoughts on the supply chain. Josh Ray from Accenture Security on Moving Left of the Ransomware Boom...


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episode 1456: Ransomware hits an electronics retailer and a new-school financial services company. Updates on international action against REvil.


Hive ransomware hits electronics retailer Media Markt. Robinhood Markets sustains a data breach it traces to social engineering. Ben Yelin looks at the law behind U.S. police demanding your phone passcode. Dave checks in with Rick Howard for his thoughts on the Trojan Source vulnerability. And more notes on the international action against REvil, including the US application of sanctions (with Baltic cooperation) to three companies involved in supporting the gang’s financial infrastructure...


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episode 1455: REvil operators arrested and indicted. China says a foreign intelligence service accessed passenger travel records. Suspected Emissary Panda campaign.


REvil operators arrested and indicted. China says a foreign intelligence service accessed passenger travel records. Suspected Emissary Panda campaign. Conti (sort of) apologizes. Caleb Barlow thinks it’s time to re-think your security documentation. Our guest is Jessica Hetrick of Optiv Security on cyber fraud running rampant. And the FBI warns of ransomware attacks targeting casinos. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire...


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episode 74: Jamil Jaffer: You should run towards risk. [Strategy] [Career Notes]


Senior Vice President for Strategy, Partnerships, and Corporate Development at IronNet Cybersecurity, Jamil Jaffer, shares how his interest in technology brought him full circle.


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episode 208: An incident response reveals itself as GhostShell tool, ShellClient. [Research Saturday]


Guest Mor Levi, Vice President of Cyber Practices from Cybereason, joins Dave Bittner to discuss her team's work on "Operation GhostShell - Novel RAT Targets Global Aerospace and Telecoms Firms." In July 2021, the Cybereason Nocturnus and Incident Response Teams responded to Operation GhostShell, a highly-targeted cyber espionage campaign targeting the Aerospace and Telecommunications industries mainly in the Middle East, with additional victims in the U.S., Russia and Europe...


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episode 1454: $10 million reward for DarkSide info. BlackMatter members expected to resurface. Ukraine outlines Russia’s FSB cyber ops. Persistent engagement as deterrence. Arrest in Crossfire Hurricane inquiry.


The US offers a reward of up to ten million dollars for information leading to the identification or location of the leaders of the DarkSide ransomware gang. Researchers expect BlackMatter’s nominally retired operators to resurface in other criminal organizations. Ukraine outlines Russian FSB cyber operations during the hybrid war that’s been waged since 2014. Deterrence in cyberspace. Carole Theriault takes on high value targets...


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