Updates on the latest cybersecurity threats to businesses, data breach disclosures, and how you can secure your firm in an increasingly risky time.
A weekly podcast on cybersecurity and privacy from the cyberlaw practice at Steptoe and Johnson. Featuring Stewart Baker and Michael Vatis.
Your daily tech update from American's digital pro, Kim Komando. Stay up on the latest tech news with Kim's trusted advice, opinions and actionable tips — all in one minute.
Tripwire’s cybersecurity podcast features 20-minute conversations with the people who protect people from cyber threats. Hosted by Tripwire’s VP of Product Management and Strategy, Tim Erlin, each episode brings on a new guest to explore the evolving threat landscape, technology trends, and cybersecurity best practices.
Yesterday, the biggest names of Big Tech testified before the Senate Commerce Committee. At times it was heated and testy — but now we know Big Tech’s biggest fear.By Kim Komando
If you’ve not yet seen it, you and your family should sit together and watch the Netflix documentary called, "The Social Dilemma."By Kim Komando
Today's podcast reports on a vulnerability that left over 100 irrigation apps open on the Internet, a hack at a PDF creation and conversion app supplier and more reports of ransomwareBy ITWC
In this episode, I interview Rob Knake, Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, about his recent report, “Weaponizing Digital Trade -- Creating a Digital Trade Zone to Promote Online Freedom and Cybersecurity.” The theme of the report is what the U.S. can salvage from the wreckage of the 1990s Magaziner Consensus about the democratizing …
If you own a smart TV, let me tell you how smart it really is: As you watch your TV, it's watching you. And here’s what it’s learning.By Kim Komando
Last week The Department of Justice filed its long-awaited antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet’s Google. The suit claims that Alphabet illegally uses anticompetitive tactics to protect advertising business for its monopoly search engine, Google. And, as I predicted, Facebook is next.By Kim Komando
Today's podcast reports on advice given by an expert on what an organization should and shouldn't do immediately after discovering it's the victim of ransomwareBy ITWC
We’ve all heard slang terms of how quickly something can happen, like lickety-split, got there in nothing flat, or in a jiffy. But now, there’s a new one — the shortest amount of time that CAN be measured.By Kim Komando
With Halloween only a week away, let’s use a little “over the counter science" to find the scariest films. Spooky!By Kim Komando
This week's weekly recap episode features guest analyst Terry Cutler of Cyology Labs who helps break down critical investigations into data breaches at British Air and TwitterBy ITWC
Today's podcast reports on a number of software updates issues this week for Google Chrome, mobile browsers, as well as for products from Adobe and Cisco SystemsBy ITWC
Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have once again barged in to lecture us on the dangers of social media. How original!By Kim Komando
We’re less than two weeks before the election, and I have good news and bad news. First the good news: The number of those irritating political robocalls is declining. But the bad news is the number of unwanted political text messages is increasing. What to do?By Kim Komando
I’ll make two predictions: First, the long-awaited Department of Justice antitrust lawsuit against Google will be big. Even bigger than the break-up of Standard Oil and The Bell System. Second: The government will win.By Kim Komando
Today's podcast reports on a regulator's report on the Twitter celebrity account hack, the NSA ranks vulnerabilities Chinese attackers favour, a ransomware gang tries to give stolen money to charity and moreBy ITWC
This episode features an interview with Ronald Deibert, Professor of Political Science, and Director of the Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto. We talk about his new book, “Reset: Reclaiming the Internet for Civil Society.” We also talk about the unique Canadian talent for debate that is both bar…
At this very second, roughly 42% of all customer-provided reviews on Amazon are fake. And as Christmas shopping takes hold, it’s only going to get worse.By Kim Komando
It’s going to be a tough year for holiday shoppers as merchants launch a volley of unrelenting holiday sales. And the assault is already well underway.By Kim Komando
Today's podcast looks at a recent ransomware attack on an organization to show how determined and creative attackers are -- and how IT staff have to be readyBy ITWC
With the new iPhone 12 announcement last week, you may be thinking of upgrading. Here are some great uses for you old phone.By Kim Komando
Regardless of all the media coverage, the great majority of American’s have NOT yet voted, and the races are far from over. Meaning, election scams are everywhere.By Kim Komando
The weekend version of the podcast takes a look at the top stories for the past seven days with analysis by Dinah Davis of Arctic Fox Networks. On the agenda: The value of cybersecurity Awareness Month and how to stop phishing attacksBy ITWC
Do you and your significant other share each other’s account passwords? Most couples do. And as long as you’re together, it’s often a good idea. But what happens if you breakup?By Kim Komando
Today's podcast reports on stolen payment cards from a U.S. restaurant chain, a big bookseller reports a data breach and the latest Windows Update scam
In 1965, a young electronics research engineer made a prediction: Every two years, the size of electronic components would shrink to let us double the number of transistors packed into a tiny computer chip. That prediction is called Moore’s Law and Apple’s new iPhone 12 proves it.By Kim Komando
In this week’s episode I interview David Ignatius about the technology in his latest spy novel, The Paladin. Actually, while we do cover such tech issues as deepfakes, hacking back, Wikileaks and internet journalism, the interview ranges more widely, from the steel industry of the 1970s, the roots of Donald Trump’s political worldview and the surpr…
It’s a law-heavy tech news week, so this episode is all news. If you come for the interviews, though, do not fear. We’ll be releasing episode 333 tomorrow, and it’s all interview, as I talk with David Ignatius about the tech issues in his latest spy novel, The Paladin. To kick things off, Matthew Heiman returns to the podcast to analyze a new decis…