Google Calendar Phishing, Exim Email Server Vulnerability, and Diversity in Cybersecurity

June 21, 2019 Digital Shadows

This week Alex and Jamie (@TheCollierJam) chat with Harrison (@pseudohvr) on a cyber-threat campaign involving the abuse of legitimate features in Google Calendar. Then they dive into other highlights from the week including the expansion of sector targeting by destructive threat group “Xenotime”, exploitation of a vulnerability affecting Exim email servers, and continued targeting of the transportation sector by the Iran-associated threat group “APT39”.

Then we hear Part II of Rick Holland (@rickhholland) and Harrison’s interview with Ryan Kovar (@meansec) of Splunk. This time they talk about badass women in cybersecurity, mentorship, and how to become a bigger advocate for diversity in infused. A must listen.

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