Threatpost New Wrap Podcast For Oct. 5

Threatpost editors discuss the highlights and biggest breaking news from this past week.

Threatpost’s Lindsey O’Donnell and Tom Spring break down the highlights on the heels of a week filled with cybersecurity news.

Included in the podcast week news wrap, ending Oct. 5, are the Bloomberg report alleging that a China government-affiliated group slipped tiny microchips into  Super Micro Computer’s motherboards; as well as further investigation into a Facebook data breach that was disclosed last week. Also included were highlights from the annual BSIMM report and new research that claims that 83 percent of routers have vulnerable code.

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