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Jason Hartman talks with Joel Comm, author of the new book The Fun Formula and host of the Bad Crypto Podcast, about his new book The Fun Formula and how subtle changes in our thinking and routine can enable us to design the life we truly desire: one of significance and joy. They also discuss why he's bullish on cryptocurrencies and blockchain, ...…
 
On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: Google’s game of Hide-and-Seek A look at behavioral biometrics And Comcast tells 26.5 million people to relax Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com
 
Recorded 8/8/18 - We decided to broadcast while we were all together at Black Hat - and invited everyone over for lunch and beers. Since we had a room full of people, we made this EP “choose your own podcast” and tooks topics from the audience. Neil Jenkins from the Cyber Threat Alliance came by to bestow befitting superhero swag on Matt and Ad ...…
 
Recorded 8/8/18 - We decided to broadcast while we were all together at Black Hat - and invited everyone over for lunch and beers. Since we had a room full of people, we made this EP “choose your own podcast” and tooks topics from the audience. Neil Jenkins from the Cyber Threat Alliance came by to bestow befitting superhero swag on Matt and Ad ...…
 
Bugcrowd has had a busy summer. Recently, the bug bounty company partnered with HP to launch the first-ever bug bounty program for printers, with rewards of up to $10,000 for discovered vulnerabilities. Bugcrowd also recently announced Disclose.io, an open-sourced project to standardize best practices for providing a safe harbor for security re ...…
 
While some of our colleagues geeked out at Blackhat, some of us vicariously experienced it online by following #BHUSA. The keynote was electric. They’re great ideas and we’ve seen them implemented in certain spaces. However, the reality is, we have a lot more work to do. There was also a serious talk about burn out, stress, and coping with alco ...…
 
Meet mobman. Chances are if you were downloading shady programs in the early 2000's, you were infected with malware he wrote called SubSeven. Hacking changed mobman's life. Hear how it happened by listening to this episode. Image for this episode created by dr4w1ngluc4s. Check out his Instagram to see some amazing artwork! Check out the podcast ...…
 
This week, Las Vegas, Linux vulnerabilities, malicious faxes, Apple macOS vulnerabilities, and police body cams open to attack. We air a pre recorded interview with Matt Alderman and Torin Sandall from Styra at Black Hat 2018, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! OPA Website: https://www.openpolicyagent.org/ Full Show Notes: https://wik ...…
 
Las Vegas was filled with researchers, executives, and hackers last week for the Black Hat USA and DEF CON 2018 conferences. Among the most interesting topics at the shows included IoTand connected cars, election votinghacks, and a flurry of other news topics and sessions outlining the newest threats, vulnerabilities, and cybersecurity best pra ...…
 
Over the past six years, Colleen Rafter has been educating Varonis customers on the latest and greatest data security best practices. Share or NTFS permissions? She has an answer for that. Aware that security pros need to meet the latest GDPR requirements, she has been responsibly reading up on the latest requirements and developing course mate ...…
 
On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: A case of typosquatting spreading adware The importance of really wiping a device you’re selling Ken’s tale of a data leak standing in line Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com
 
Threatpost's Lindsey O'Donnell talks to enSilo CEO Roy Katmor about Black Hat trends to watch out for - from firmware attacks to connected car security.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
Threatpost editors Tom Spring, Lindsey O'Donnell and Tara Seals preview Black Hat USA and DEF CON 2018, which both kick off in Las Vegas this week.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors talk about the SamSam ransomware campaign, which may be the work of a single hacker who's made nearly $6 million.By Rob Wright.
 
Threatpost talks to Matt Tyrer with Commvault about the recent COSCO ransomware attack. Tyrer discusses the biggest lessons learned from the incident, COSCO's response, and best practices in preventing ransomware attacks.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
This week’s podcast was inspired by chief information security officer Wendy Nather’s article, The Security Povery Line and Junk Food. It’s 2018 and we’re still struggling to get a proper security budget. Is it a mindset? Is that why when we hire pen testers to identify vulnerabilities, they’re usually able to gain admin access? On the bright s ...…
 
Checklist 100 - It’s Episode 100! On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: Who exactly is Exactis - and what do they have on you? News of a Bluetooth vulnerability LifeLock makes a return appearance Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com…
 
In 2009, around Christmas time, something terrible was lurking in the network at Google. Google is the most popular website on the Internet. It’s so popular many people just think Google is the Internet. Google hires many of the most talented minds and has been online since the 90s. Hacking into Google is no easy task. There’s a team of securit ...…
 
This week, hacking AOL style, DHS attempts to secure critical infrastructure, hacking for poison, ERP targeting, hacking 10,000 Wordpress sites, prisoners steal things, wiping your car and get paid to hack your printer. Ed Sattar from QuickStart joins us for expert commentary with some tips for breach prevention, and more on this episode of Hac ...…
 
On this week's Threatpost Podcast show, we sit down with Ronen Rabinovich from Cyberbit to discuss bitcoin mining on operational technology and critical infrastructure networks.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
Dr. Gemma Galdon-Clavell is a leading expert on the legal, social, and ethical impact of data and data technologies. As founding partner of Eticas Research & Consulting, she traverses in this world every day, working with innovators, businesses, and governments who are are considering the ethical and societal ramifications of implementing new t ...…
 
Threatpost's Tom Spring and Lindsey O'Donnell sit down to discuss the biggest news of the week - including COSCO being hit by a ransomware attack, Adobe Flash being discussed by the U.S. government, and more Facebook drama.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
Recorded 7/20/18 - This week, we touch on several topics, but we spend the lion’s share of the EP discussing MDM. We are joined by Aaron Woland and spend a great deal of time discussing how these attacks work and how these are attacks happen to users of all devices across platforms. We talk about the differences in how MDM is handled across dif ...…
 
Recorded 7/20/18 - This week, we touch on several topics, but we spend the lion’s share of the EP discussing MDM. We are joined by Aaron Woland and spend a great deal of time discussing how these attacks work and how these are attacks happen to users of all devices across platforms. We talk about the differences in how MDM is handled across dif ...…
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss a new warning from the Department of Homeland Security regarding Russian hackers targeting the U.S. power grid.By Rob Wright.
 
On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: China and India and Apple User Data Putting “Restricted” Back in USB Restricted Mode And an Old Con with a New Twist: Your Password! Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com
 
Threatpost's Lindsey O'Donnell talks to PAS CEO Eddie Habibi about the cybersecurity risks that large manufacturing companies face today - especially with the emergence of industrial IoT.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
This week, Edgy XSS bypass, hacking fitness tracking in China, Russian hackers love power, leaky backups, Google hates Phishing for Google employees, Apache Tomcat, Solaris vulnerabilities that weren't really fixed, OpenWhisk fails to beat a vulnerability. Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/HNNEpisode182 Visit https://www.security ...…
 
I wanted to better understand how to manage our moral and business dilemmas, so I enlisted data & ethics expert Dr. Gemma Galdon-Clavell to speak about her leadership in this space. As founding partner of Eticas Research & Consulting, she traverses in this world every day, working with innovators, businesses, and governments who are are conside ...…
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss the under-representation of women at cybersecurity conferences and how it affects the infosec industry.By Rob Wright.
 
On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: Chrome fights Spectre Attacks with Site Isolation Developers Reach Into Customer Gmail Bags USB Restricted Mode: Unrestricted Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com
 
When we create new technologies, we want security and privacy, economic prosperity and sustainability, accountability but insist on confidentiality. The reality is that it is difficult to embed all of these values in one pass. As technologies get built, it also elucidates some values we hold to a higher regard than others. To cope with moral ov ...…
 
This week, fake tech support, your picture is your password, 007 to the rescue, Shun the non-believers or at least IP address hijackers, hacking the military with a router vulnerability, IoT search engines reveal passwords. Jason Wood from Paladin Security joins us for expert commentary on Sextortion Scams, and more on this episode of Hack Nake ...…
 
Recorded 7/6/18 - This episode is a bit less technical than most as we take on how the security conversation is happening and who is a part of it. Coincidentally (we promise), that dovetails in with Matt’s contention that everybody just needs to stop acting with unending self-interest. Once again, Craig goes on vacation and all hell breaks loos ...…
 
Recorded 7/6/18 - This episode is a bit less technical than most as we take on how the security conversation is happening and who is a part of it. Coincidentally (we promise), that dovetails in with Matt’s contention that everybody just needs to stop acting with unending self-interest. Once again, Craig goes on vacation and all hell breaks loos ...…
 
For years, technologists wondered why the law can’t keep pace with technology. Instead of waiting for the government to pass a regulation, should we enlist private companies to regulate? However, in a recent interview with privacy and cybersecurity attorney Camille Stewart, she said that laws are built in the same way a lot of technologies are ...…
 
On this week’s Checklist by SecureMac: A fake hacker lands in real trouble Zerodium offers big money for the right zero-day The fine line between being the “friendly skies” and the creepy skies Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com…
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss research that shows some Android apps record video of users' screens without permission or notifications.By Rob Wright.
 
This week, Wordpress vulnerabilities are worse than you think, Apple updates, Learn lessons from Gentoo, Kim Dotcom, discovering 0-day exploits, bypassing Apple's USB restricted mode, Stolen certificates? Jason Wood from Paladin Security joins us for expert commentary on the Developer vs. Cybersecurity Team Battle, and more on this episode of H ...…
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss Identiverse 2018 and how artificial intelligence is being applied to identity and access management.By Rob Wright.
 
News of Note on this week’s Checklist by SecureMac. Topics include: Quick Look’s long look flaw An Apple code signing flaw A host of Apple updates Some fraeky Facebook patents La Liga is listening Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: Checklist@Securemac.com…
 
A man addicted to gambling finds a bug in a video poker machine that lets him win excessive amounts of money.
 
There are many advantages to being first, especially in the business world. Securing a first place finish usually rewards the winner with monopoly-like status and securing the largest and most dominant market share. A byproduct, however, of the winner takes all mentality is sacrificing security. That’s what Thomas Dullien, Google Project Zero p ...…
 
It’s summertime! Time to think about security (see also fall, winter, and spring). This week, new stories and follow-ups. Items on the list: - An update on eFail and Apple Mail - Apple changes the game for iOS forensics - More Mac Cryptomining Malware - Major security/privacy improvements in macOS Mojave - Leaks at MyHeritage and TicketFly Don' ...…
 
On this week's episode of The Threatpost Podcast, editor Lindsey O'Donnell sits down with Marten Mickos, the CEO of popular bug bounty program platform HackerOne. Mickos sounds off on the opportunities - and growing pains - of bug bounty programs.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
Recorded 6/13/18 - Still live in Orlando, just this time from the lovely lobby bar at the convention center hotel. We are joined by Lurene Grenier to dig a bit deeper on her keynote from TTRS. Lurene is here to give you the offensive view of attacking your network. If you want a hot take on defense from someone who is pure offense, well… buckle ...…
 
Recorded 6/13/18 - Still live in Orlando, just this time from the lovely lobby bar at the convention center hotel. We are joined by Lurene Grenier to dig a bit deeper on her keynote from TTRS. Lurene is here to give you the offensive view of attacking your network. If you want a hot take on defense from someone who is pure offense, well… buckle ...…
 
This week, privacy monitoring tool, evil software updates, IoT security, WPA3, bad bots, and what does 5G mean for us? Jason Wood from Paladin Security joins us for expert commentary on Facial Recognition in schools, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/HNNEpisode179 Visit https://www.sec ...…
 
In part two of my interview with Allison F. Avery, a Senior Diversity & Inclusion Specialist at NYU Langone Medical Center, she clarified common misconceptions about Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) and offered a framework and methodology to implement D&I. She reminded me, “You should not be doing diversity for diversity sake.” I’ve put together a f ...…
 
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