Nov. 14, 2023, 9:10 p.m. | N2K Networks

CyberWire Daily

CISA and the FBI issue an update on Royal Ransomware. A look at Smash-and-grab ransomware attacks as well as Cloud vulnerabilities. A pre-Black Friday look at card skimmers. Fences, and their place in organized cybercrime. DP World Australia restores port operations. Joe Carrigan on scammers taking advantage of the Bitrex crypto market being shut down. In our Industry Voices segment, Usama Houlila from CrossRealms International shares his insights on the pivotal role of AI in cybersecurity. And LockBit may be …

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