Panama Papers pinch. North Korean spearphishing against ICS. CyberMaryland notes. Google Home Mini was tale-bearing (but now it's better).
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In today's podcast, we hear that German police raid a Panama Papers connected slush fund. North Korea spearphishes in the North American power grid. Security tools can be dual-use, too. Notes on CyberMaryland, where we heard about business climates, the Baltimore-to-Birmingham cyber connection, the Red Queen's race, and the curmudgeonly demeanor too many security types cop. Rick Howard from Palo Alto Networks with an update on the Cyber Canon suggested reading list and a call to vote for the nominated books. Guest is John Morello from Twistlock on securing container environments. And Google Home's Mini speakers were apparently listening and tattling as well as speaking.
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