Cyber Security Brief: Waterbug, “Smart” TVs, and BEC Scam Hits Canadian City

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In this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, we discuss the drama that ensued when Samsung tweeted about scanning their smart TVs for malware, a city in Canada lost CA$500,000 to a BEC scam, and three universities in the U.S. revealed in the same week that they were hit by data breaches. Also, we discuss new research just published by Symantec into the Waterbug/Turla group, and two different Android threats that were in the news this week.

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