Cyber Security Brief: Tube data collected, Baltimore ransomware & BlueKeep

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On this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, Candid Wueest and Dick O’Brien discuss Transport for London’s plans to start collecting data about the customers using its Wi-Fi, and what that might mean for people’s privacy. Also, the ongoing repercussions of the ransomware attack that hit the U.S. city of Baltimore, including revelations about the use of the EternalBlue tool by the attackers, plus an update on activity surrounding the BlueKeep RDP vulnerability that was patched by Microsoft a few weeks ago. Also this week, the teen who appeared in court in Australia charged with hacking Apple, and the latest Bitcoin scams doing the rounds online.

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