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It seems like we hear about new cyberattacks almost every day.  The targets used to be just big companies and government agencies. Now they are focused on you.  Every Tuesday, former NPR investigations correspondent Dina Temple-Raston dives deep into the world of cyber and intelligence.  You’ll hear stories about everything from ransomware to misinformation to the people shaping the cyber world, from hacking masterminds to the people who try to stop them.  If you want more stories like Click Here delivered to your inbox, sign up for the Cyber Daily newsletter here:

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107. SPECIAL FEATURE: ‘In the cockpit with AI’ from In Machines We Trust
An episode from ‘In Machines We Trust’ from MIT Technology Review.  How we train fighter pilots—both real and artificial—is undergoing a series of rapid changes. In order for these systems to be useful we need to trust them, but figuring out just how, when and why remains a massive challenge. Jennifer Strong reports on how AI is being used to teach human pilots to perform some of the most dangerous and difficult maneuvers in aerial combat.
106. Facial recognition software could help solve America’s missing person problem. Why hasn’t it?
Some 600,000 people are reported missing in the U.S. every year. Thousands of bodies lie unclaimed and unidentified in American morgues. Facial recognition software could put a name to these faces, so why hasn’t it?
105. Jordan’s wave of spyware infections
A report published last week by Access Now revealed that since 2019 nearly three dozen journalists, human rights officials and political activists in Jordan have had their phones infected with spyware. The documentation of the widespread use of NSO’s Pegasus spyware in the Kingdom isn’t just rattling civil society, but raising new questions about how to stop its proliferation.
104. Generative AI: Is it creative or just copying the rest of us?
Today’s generative AI knows how to write, compose music, and even create works of art. But it learned to do all these things by training on data made by human creators, without asking their permission. Now independent artists and giant media companies are fighting back and -- if they prevail -- it could fundamentally change the human-AI relationship.
103. Dr. Dolittle never spoke whale, AI just might
Some data scientists and acoustic biologists have joined forces to see if artificial intelligence can ferret meaning out of non-human language. And one of their early subjects is a perennial favorite: humpback whales.
102. Cyber Av3ngers and their unlikely targets
We take a look at the part of the Israel-Hamas war that is harder to see – the battle raging in cyberspace. Hacktivists are joining forces with Iran-backed operators to target victims with gossamer connections to Israel.
101. Bug bounties with Chinese characteristics
Vulnerabilities and exploits are the building blocks of hacking. We look at how China is flipping the script on how the world thinks about both.
100. The 2023 cyber year in review
In a recent conversation on WAMU’s nationally syndicated news show 1A, Click Here’s Dina Temple-Raston looks back on cyber in 2023 and discusses what we might expect in the year ahead.
99. Meet the hackers
Hackers and cybercriminals may not be so different from the rest of us after all. We talk to three real life hackers from an early dark market entrepreneur to an accidental recruit to the latest addition to the FBI’s most wanted list.
98. Lessons from the world's first hybrid war
Ukraine is the world’s first truly hybrid war, and the battle is raging on two fronts --- on the ground and in cyberspace. What does the conflict mean for the future of war?
97. Policing Morality? There’s an app for that.
We look at the use of digital tools that have imposed an authoritarian version of morality on the masses, and the creative, inspiring way ordinary people have learned to respond.
96. The art of decoding dictators
Dictators use bombast and bullying as a kind of malevolent calling card. Meet the people who have found surprising and creative ways around that.

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4.6 out of 5
324 reviews
ArlieLP 2024/01/17
A gem!
I’ve been a Dina Temple-Rastin fan since her NPR days, and the stories she and her team are exploring here have just reinforced my enthusiasm! Such a ...
Doylekati 2023/10/31
A surprise, every time
The word “cybersecurity” may not sparkle with intrigue and interest for you, but trust me, this excellent podcast - which focuses on cyber espionage, ...
Nickname6437 2023/11/08
كذابين ومزيفين للحقائق ، اسسرائيل ليست دوله بل احتلال
Kojaayz 2023/09/20
A real professional.
Your show is so good its too short. You are a true professional.
Annieisokaymmkay 2023/08/28
Fantastic Storytelling! Keep them coming!
Binged all of the episodes in a week! The episodes on Russia/Ukraine are especially fascinating right now
Rocket305 2023/06/06
This is the audio Red Pill!
It is fascinating to hear this team peel back layer after layer of corrupt government officials and their cronies. So far, they have only scratched th...
Syntheticg 2023/06/21
Cyber cyber cyber
I wish they wouldn’t say cyber ever three seconds on this podcast. It’s so outdated. Give it a rest. You sound ignorant and like Trump just repeating ...
rorwizard 2023/04/25
Fantastic journalism in Cyber
Love “Click Here” finally a podcast with mature reporting on the cyber world. There is so little good reporting on an area of our lives that is so pro...
Nathaniel66 2023/03/09
Great episodes
Great stories even if the subject is scary. I like each episode and I can hardly believe what is happening.
Dr lancha 2023/03/07
i love this show keep them coming
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