A hacking keeps you humble.

CyberWire Daily

Jun 14 2024 • 38 mins

Microsoft’s President admits security failures in congressional testimony. Paul Nakasone joins OpenAI’s board. The feds hold their first AI tabletop exercise. CISA reports on the integration of space-based infrastructure. Cleveland city hall remains closed after a cyber attack. Truist commercial bank confirms a data breach. Rockwell Automation patches three high-severity vulnerabilities. University of Illinois researchers develop autonomous AI hacking agents. Arynn Crow, Sr Manager of AWS User Authentication Products, talks with N2K’s Brandon Karpf about security through MFA and FIDO Alliance passkeys, and her work on the Digital Identity Advancement Foundation. Can an AI run for mayor? Our 2024 N2K CyberWire Audience Survey is underway, make your voice heard and get in the running for a $100 Amazon gift card. Remember to leave us a 5-star rating and review in your favorite podcast app. Miss an episode? Sign-up for our daily intelligence roundup, Daily Briefing, and you’ll never miss a beat. And be sure to follow CyberWire Daily on LinkedIn. CyberWire Guest In the first of our interviews captured during the AWS re:Inforce event this past week, guest Arynn Crow, Senior Manager of AWS User Authentication Products, talks with N2K’s Brandon Karpf about security through MFA and FIDO Alliance passkeys, and her work on the Digital Identity Advancement Foundation. Selected Reading Microsoft Admits Security Failings Allowed China's US Government Hack (Infosecurity Magazine) OpenAI adds Trump-appointed former NSA director Paul M. Nakasone to its board (The Washington Post) CISA leads first tabletop exercise for AI cybersecurity (CyberScoop) New CISA report addresses zero trust in space, boosting security for satellites and ground infrastructure (Industrial Cyber)  CISA adds Android Pixel, Microsoft Windows, Progress Telerik Report Server bugs to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities catalog (Security Affairs) Insurance giant Globe Life investigating web portal breach (Bleeping Computer) Cleveland remains paralyzed by cyberattack (News 5 Cleveland) Truist Bank confirms breach after stolen data shows up on hacking forum (Bleeping Computer) Rockwell Automation Patches High-Severity Vulnerabilities in FactoryTalk View SE (SecurityWeek) Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed AI Agents that can Autonomously Hack Websites and Find Zero-Day Vulnerabilities (MarkTechPost) Wyoming mayoral candidate wants to govern by AI bot (Ars Technica)   Share your feedback. We want to ensure that you are getting the most out of the podcast. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts with us by completing our brief listener survey as we continually work to improve the show.  Want to hear your company in the show? You too can reach the most influential leaders and operators in the industry. Here’s our media kit. Contact us at cyberwire@n2k.com to request more info. The CyberWire is a production of N2K Networks, your source for strategic workforce intelligence. © N2K Networks, Inc. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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