Adam Boileau is along this week to discuss the week’s security news. We cover:
- NYTimes reports USA is getting all up in Russia’s grids
- Kremlin not happy
- CYBERCOM targets Iranian rocket control and APT crews
- TRITON attackers target US grid
- Turla completes hostile takeover of Oilrig
- Reuters publishes huge feature on Cloudhopper/APT10
- China pwns global telcos, targets key subscribers
- FVEY owns Yandex
- Tourists entering Xinjiang now have mobile malware installed at border
- Florida city governments having a bad time
- Much, much more!
This week’s edition of Risky Business is brought to you by Senetas. They make layer 2 encryption tech, but they’ve also got a content disarm and reconstruction play now, Votiro, as well as their safe file sharing platform SureDrop. But we’re sticking with encryption in this week’s sponsor interview. Senetas CTO Julian Fay will be along a bit later to talk about his trip to the International Crypto Module Conference. He’ll fill us in on what the agenda was there – lots of talk about quantum resistant crypto and also some talk about streamlining various certification regimes.