More on ASUS supply chain backdoor. FEMA data mishandling. LockerGoga ransomware. Mueller report responses.


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In today’s podcast we hear about supply chain attacks and Operation ShadowHammer’s ASUS backdoor. LockerGoga ransomware may be slow and sloppy, but its masters are determined and willing to play for high stakes. What will happen with FEMA over its data mishandling incident? Responses to the Mueller Report’s conclusions. Venezuela says it was hacked again--the rhetorical technique is implausible insistence. And what do PewDiePie fans call themselves? The Nine Year Olds, the Bro Army. Fans of Mr. Pie’s girlfriend are the Marzipans. Joe Carrigan from JHU ISI with thoughts on recent revelations that Facebook was making unencrypted passwords accessible to thousands of employees. Guest is Greg Jensen from Oracle on their 2019 Cloud Threat Report.

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