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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episode 43: CyberWire Live: Hack the Port 2022 Fireside chat. [Special Edition]

At the Hack the Port 2022 event, the CyberWire held a CyberWire Live event. CyberWire Daily Podcast host Dave Bittner was joined by Roya Gordon, OT/IoT Security Research Evangelist at Nozomi Networks, and Christian Lees, CTO at Resecurity. During this fireside chat format session, Dave and our guests discussed ICS, OT cybersecurity, the role of security research and demos, supply chain compromise, and IT/OT security trends among other things...


 2022-04-17  38m

episode 44: A conversation with Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Jen Easterly. [Special Edition]

In this extended interview, CyberWire Daily Podcast host Dave Bittner sits down with Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Jen Easterly to discuss her time at CISA and the work of her team. This interview from July 15, 2022 originally aired as a shortened version on the CyberWire Daily Podcast.


 2022-07-15  28m

episode 45: A conversation with members of Baltimore FBI: Special Agent in Charge, Tom Sobocinski, and Supervisory Special Agent for Cyber, Tom Breeden. [Special Editions]

In this extended interview, CyberWire Daily Podcast host Dave Bittner sits down with members of the FBI's Baltimore field office: Special Agent in Charge, Tom Sobocinski, and Supervisory Special Agent for Cyber, Tom Breeden. As part of the FBI's cybersecurity awareness campaign, they discuss what the FBI can do to enhance and amplify cyber efforts in ways unlike any other public or private organization...


 2022-09-13  20m

episode 46: Women in Cybersecurity panel: A discussion on hidden figures of cyber skills gap. [Special Edition]

On Thursday October 20, 2022, the CyberWire was pleased to host the annual Women in Cybersecurity Reception at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. This annual event brought together almost 300 people to highlight and celebrate the value and successes of women in the cybersecurity industry...


 2023-01-02  46m

episode 65: CSO Perspectives: Pt 2 – Mitre ATT&CK: from the Rick the Toolman Series.

In this “Rick the Toolman” episode, Rick interviews Steve Winterfeld, from Akamai, on the current state and future of the Mitre ATT&CK Framework. For a complete reading list and even more information, check out Rick’s more detailed essay on the topic.


 2021-12-27  23m

episode 263: Stealer malware from Russia. [Research Saturday]

Marisa Atkinson, an analyst from Flashpoint, joins Dave to discuss a new blog post from Flashpoint’s research team about “RisePro” Stealer, malware from Russia, and Pay-Per-Install Malware “PrivateLoader.” “RisePro” is written in C++ and appears to possess similar functionality to the stealer malware “Vidar.” It's also a newly identified stealer, that began appearing as a stealer source for log credentials on the illicit log shop Russian Market on December 13, 2022...


 2023-01-07  19m

episode 264: DUCKTAIL waddles back again. [Research Saturday]

Mohammad Kazem Hassan Nejad from WithSecure joins Dave to discuss the team’s research, “DUCKTAIL returns - Underneath the ruffled feathers.” DUCKTAIL is a financially motivated malware operation that targets individuals and businesses operating on the Facebook Ads and Business platform. The research states “The malware is designed to steal browser cookies and take advantage of authenticated Facebook sessions to steal information from the victim's Facebook account...


 2023-01-14  23m

episode 265: Billbug infests government agencies. [Research Saturday]

Brigid O. Gorman from Symantec's Threat Hunter Team joins Dave to discuss their report "Billbug - State-sponsored Actor Targets Cert Authority and Government Agencies in Multiple Asian Countries." The team has discovered that state-sponsored actors compromised a digital certificate authority in an Asian country during a campaign in which multiple government agencies were also targeted...


 2023-01-21  16m

episode 266: Flagging firmware vulnerabilities. [Research Saturday]

Roya Gordon from Nozomi Networks sits down with Dave to discuss their research on "Vulnerabilities in BMC Firmware Affect OT/IoT Device Security." Researchers at Nozomi Networks has revealed that there are thirteen vulnerabilities that affect BMCs of Lanner devices based on the American Megatrends (AMI) MegaRAC SP-X...


 2023-01-28  17m

episode 267: Can ransomware turn machines against us? [Research Saturday]

Tom Bonner and Eoin Wickens from HiddenLayer's SAI Team to discuss their research on weaponizing machine learning models with ransomware. Researchers at HiddenLayer’s SAI Team have developed a proof-of-concept attack for surreptitiously deploying malware, such as ransomware or Cobalt Strike Beacon, via machine learning models...


 2023-02-04  20m