Transatlantic Cable Podcast

In this special edition of the Transatlantic Cable, we sat down with Igor I. Kuznetsov, Director of Global Research & Analysis Team to talk about Operation Triangulation, including:

How Kaspersky researchers found the intrusion
Why was Triangulation so bad?
Who were targeted by the attack?

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Category:technology -- posted at: 9:24am EST

The latest episode of the Transatlantic Cable kicks off with news that Okta has suffered a data breach from unknown attackers.  The attackers were able to get hold of sensitive HAR files. The 1Password breach was also related, but 1Password are stressing that sensitive user info was not affected. 

From there the team look at a story around Microsoft’s A.I tool integration into Teams, and Google’s update to Chrome, which means better privacy and security for all users.

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Category:technology -- posted at: 5:22am EST

The latest episode of the Transatlantic Cable kicks off with news that X has started a trial in selected countries, charging users $1 a year in order to access the platform. The official reason for the move is to cut down on bot activity, but some say that it’s a step too far.  From there, the team discuss a fascinating story around how some businesses have outsourced training A.I’s to workers, for pennies.

The final two stories look at a vulnerability in CISCO’s IOS XE software (classed as a 10 out of 10 for severity) and how hackers are already looking to leverage it, and another story around how scammers are using a fake emergency tool in order to spread malware.

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Category:technology -- posted at: 6:03am EST

The latest episode of the Transatlantic Cable kicks off with news that Sony have are the latest victim in the MoveIT vulnerability campaign. From there, the team discuss how NATO, the military alliance, was recently hit by a databreach.  

To wrap up, the team discuss the data leak at 23andMe, the DNA sequencing company, as well as how Fortnite is being leveraged by oil businesses. 

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Category:technology -- posted at: 7:55am EST

We’re kicking off a mini-series on the Transatlantic Cable Podcast, where our crew dives into the world of critical infrastructure with the team from Industrial Control Systems (ICS) research team to talk about research, new developments and upcoming events.

The very first episode the team sit down with Evgeny Goncharov and Vladimir Dashchenko to talk about some of their latest research.  The first piece of a look at data for Industrial Control Systems for H1, whilst the second was a deep dive into upcoming Internet Of Things threats for 2023.  

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Category:technology -- posted at: 7:46am EST

The latest episode of the Transatlantic Cable kicks off with news that NFTs are pretty much value-less. Following that, the team discuss a recent story around Tom Hanks deepfakes flogging a dental plan. The two final stories include news around the recent Sony hack and, “is Google altering your search results?”

Also included in this week’s episode is a teaser to the upcoming ICS podcast, with special guests Evgeny Goncharov and Vladimir Dashchenko from the Kaspersky ICS team.

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Category:technology -- posted at: 6:00am EST

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