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.


Title Date published
Daily: Brazilian, Chinese groups pledge allegiance to ISIS. Turkey's coup aftermath online. 2016-07-20
Daily: Influence online, from jihad to kawaii. Cybercrime. Industry updates. 2016-07-19
Quantifying Cyber Risk [Special Edition] 2016-07-19
Daily: Dark web observations on coups and lists. Pokémon Go and the madness of crowds. 2016-07-18
Daily & Week in Review: Pokémon Go's astonishing success. (And attack surface?) Crime, folly, the punishment thereof. 2016-07-15
Daily: Slinging cyber lingo. Bad robots. Pokémon Go's long march. 2016-07-14
Daily: Patch Tuesday notes. Pokémon Go (of course), ICS security, energy recon, fansmitters. 2016-07-13
Daily: Medical device, record hacks. (Un)welcome new ransomware: Alfa, Ranscam. ISIS online decline? 2016-07-12
Daily: Pokémon Go is out, with troubles in its popular trail. Cybercrime & hacktivist miscellany. 2016-07-11
Daily & Week in Review: Classified info--goose sauce, gander sauce. Security industry buoyed by Avast, AVG. 2016-07-08
Daily: Blockchains and their uses. Pirrit adware attribution. Avast buys AVG for $1.3B. 2016-07-07
Daily: Cybercrime campaigns. States hope ISIS overplayed its violent hand. No indictment of Clinton over email. 2016-07-06
Daily: Statecraft, spycraft, & warcraft: inspiration, cells, & espionage. Cybercrime & punishment. 2016-07-05
Daily & Week in Review: Conficker worms into medical IoT. Talking key management, DevOps. NERC standards take effect. 2016-07-01
Daily: Hacktivism or denial-&-deception? (Smart money's on D&D.) LizardStressor herds CCTV bots. 2016-06-30
Daily: Istanbul bombings prompt global intel collection re-look. Cyber threats to transportation. 2016-06-29
Daily: Not interested in Fancy Bear? Fancy Bear's interested in you. No dark-grey hats, please. 2016-06-28
Daily: Ransomware: MIRCOP, Cerber, CryptXXX, Bart, TeslaCrypt (& the #95 car). Intel selling security unit? 2016-06-27
Daily & Week in Review: Brexit beats Bremain. Cyber combat support. The usual ransomware. 2016-06-24
Daily: Insecurity cascades from credential breaches, homebrew servers? Cyber casus belli. Waiting for Brexit (or not). 2016-06-23

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