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Episode 235: It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s … Doug?

Posted in CFIUS, China, European Union, Government Contracts, International, Security Programs & Policies

  Today we interview Doug, the chief legal officer of GCHQ, the British equivalent of NSA. It’s the first time we’ve interviewed someone whose full identify is classified. Out of millions of possible pseudonyms, he’s sticking with “Doug.” Listen in as he explains why. More seriously, Doug covers the now-considerable oversight regime that governs GCHQ’s intercepts… Continue Reading

Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Kevin Mandia

Posted in Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, Data Breach, International

Episode 166 is the interview that goes with episode 165’s news roundup, released separately to ensure the timeliness of the news. In episode 166, we interview Kevin Mandia, the CEO and Board Director of FireEye, an intelligence-led security company.  FireEye recently outed a new cyberespionage actor associated with the Vietnamese government.  Kevin tells us how… Continue Reading