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Today in Manufacturing Podcast
Today in Manufacturing has a new podcast brought to you by the editors of Industrial Media. In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward.
Jun 13th, 2022
Ransomware Gang Says it Hacked San Francisco 49ers
Cyber criminals posted purportedly stolen team documents on a dark web site.
Feb 14th, 2022
Ransomware Gangs Now Arbitrate Disputes
Another sign cyber criminals are getting increasingly professional: complex financial settlements.
Feb 11th, 2022
Delay in New Cybersecurity Board Prompts Concern
The panel still hasn't been set up eight months after it was created.
Jan 25th, 2022
Olympic App Has Serious Security Flaws
Flawed encryption would make sensitive data vulnerable to being hacked.
Jan 19th, 2022
Ransomware Persists Even as High-Profile Attacks Slow
A barrage of lower-profile episodes have upended businesses, governments, schools and hospitals.
Dec 20th, 2021
Apple Sues Hacker-for-Hire Company
The tech giant wants to block the world’s most infamous hacking company from breaking into its devices.
Nov 24th, 2021
Russians Hacked Federal Prosecutors
All told, 27 U.S. attorney offices had at least one employee's email account compromised.
Aug 2nd, 2021
Microsoft Says it Blocked Spying on Activists
Tools developed by a hacker-for-hire company were used to spy on more than 100 people worldwide.
Jul 16th, 2021
US Looks to Keep Critical Sectors Safe from Cyberattacks
The new initiative aims to protect electric utilities, water districts and other critical industries.
Apr 2nd, 2021
SolarWinds Hack Accessed Emails of Top DHS Officials
The value of hacking the then-acting secretary and his staff is not publicly known, but the symbolism is stark.
Mar 29th, 2021
White House Names SolarWinds Response Leader
Intelligence and law enforcement officials are still trying to piece together the cyberespionage campaign.
Feb 11th, 2021