For this week’s edition of the Kaspersky Lab Transatlantic Cable podcast, Dave and I split our time between sides of the Atlantic.
To start, we look at the latest news out of Norway on the ransomware infection that struck aluminum producer Norsk Hydro. The story is still developing, but we discuss the latest. We stay in Europe to look at a piece of EU legislation that will increase the collaboration of countries when it comes to preparing for Europe-wide cyberattacks.
We then jump over to the shores of America to tackle a tale of Sprint customers who are seeing other people’s data when they log in to their accounts. To close out the podcast we move into the world of scooter sharing — and the data that the city of Los Angeles wants.
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- Aluminum giant Hydro hit by ransomware
- Norway’s Norsk Hydro hit by “extensive” cyberattack
- EU law enforcement agencies prepare for major cyberattacks
- Sprint customers say glitch exposed other people’s account information
- Scooter companies split on giving real-time location data to Los Angeles
- The attribution puzzle
- The top secret powers of Yara