Transatlantic Cable Podcast

 

We kick off Episode 311 of the Transatlantic Cable Podcast by talking about how Mexican cartels are using the US government's CBP One app to help immigrants make their way through Mexico to the US borders. Then, we're heading over to Finland, where they've seen a crazy increase in ransomware attacks ever since they joined NATO. And hey, ever wondered why Google guzzled up a whopping 5.6 billion gallons of water last year? We've got the scoop on that too! Wrapping things up, we'll dive into the world of hacking, as a sneaky group of North Korean hackers managed to break into the computer networks of a major Russian missile developer.

 

·      Mexican cartels exploit US government's CBP One app

·      Finland sees fourfold spike in ransomware attacks since joining NATO, senior cyber official says

·      GOOGLE IS USING A FLABBERGASTING AMOUNT OF WATER ON AI

·      North Korean hackers breached top Russian missile maker

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