In today’s podcast we look at ISIS’s shifting tactics in cyberspace, and the civilized world’s response to them. OurMine continues to market its “services” by compromising celebrity accounts through recycled credentials. Two new ransomware varieties–“Satana” and “Zepto”–make their appearance, and researchers track (without attribution) the spoor of MNKit and SBDH malware. A researcher releases, without prior disclosure, a ThinkPad zero-day. The FBI investigation into State Department email issues warms up. Ben Yelin from the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security tells us about a Florida man in trouble for hacking an election site, and Michael Jacobs brings us the National Cybersecurity Hall of Fame.