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19th July 2018 Podcast
“In today's podcast, we hear that Fancy Bear has taken a Roman Holiday, and the Italian Navy may be taking note. A criminal espionage campaign is underway, with Ukraine's government as its target. An exposed AWS S3 bucket leaks voter information. A security firm and a vendor dispute whether an issue is a vulnerability or a case of user abuse. NIST announces its intention of withdrawing some obsolete cyber security publications. Congress presses tech companies about content moderation. Daniel Prince from Lancaster University on rewriting digital histories. Guest is Matt Cauthorn from ExtraHop on a new worm spreading through Android devices."
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