Best security vulnerabilities podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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The cybersecurity industry’s premier podcasts featuring the latest information security news, interviews and information.
 
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InfoSec Daily Podcast
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The InfoSec Daily Podcast with hosted by Rick Hayes with Dave Kennedy, Boris Sverdlik, Beau Woods, Adrian Crenshaw, Karthik Rangarajan, Geordy Rostad, Them_, and Dr. B0n3z is a daily Information Security podcast where we discuss vulnerabilities, the latest information security news as well as technical discussion and debates.
 
Cyber Risk Reports provide strategic intelligence that highlight current security activity. The reports address seven major risk management categories: vulnerability, physical, legal, trust, identity, human, and geopolitical.
 
Threats, Beers, and No Silver Bullets. Listen to Talos security experts as they dive into emerging threats, forcing the bad guys to innovate, hacking refrigerators, and other security issues, all with beer.
 
Information about Tenable's unified security monitoring products, including Nessus and Security Center. A review of the latest news and vulnerabilities and interviews with some of the industries finest!
 
SecureMac presents The Checklist. Each week, Nicholas Raba, Nicholas Ptacek, and Ken Ray hit security topics for your Mac and iOS devices. From getting an old iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and other Apple gear ready to sell to the first steps to take to secure new hardware, each show contains a set of easy to follow steps meant to keep you safe from identity thieves, hackers, malware, and other digital downfalls. Check in each Thursday for a new Checklist!
 
Threats, Beers, and No Silver Bullets. Listen to Talos security experts as they dive into emerging threats, forcing the bad guys to innovate, hacking refrigerators, and other security issues, all with beer.
 
Threatpost writers Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss security threats, attacks, vulnerability research and trends with a variety of industry executives, researchers and experts.
 
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Darknet Diaries
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Explore the dark side of the Internet with host Jack Rhysider as he takes you on a journey through the chilling world of privacy hacks, data breaches, and cyber crime. The masterful criminal hackers who dwell on the dark side show us just how vulnerable we all are. #infosec #security #hacking #privacy #Internet #hackers #breaches #threats #security #malware #trojan #virus #crypto
 
A daily news service that keeps you up-to-date on security issues, new threats and steps to defend networks against cyber attacks
 
The straight up security news in 20 minutes or less! Get the latest reports on breaches, security research, new vulnerabilities and more!
 
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The Ashimmy Blog
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Writings on work, kids and network security
 
Ryan Naraine is the host of the SecurityWeek podcast series "Security Conversations". He is the head of Kaspersky Lab's Global Research & Analysis team in the USA and has extensive experience in computer security user education, specializing in operating system and third-party application vulnerabilities, zero-day attacks, social engineering and social networking threats.
 
Our podcast takes up the big questions of security, risk, and vulnerabilities. A weekly discussion with experts and the Varonis team.
 
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Risk & Repeat
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The seemingly endless stream of cyberattacks and data breaches have put enterprises and the information security industry on their heels. TechTarget SearchSecurity editors Rob Wright and Peter Loshin travel through this dark world of hacks, vulnerabilities and repeated infosec failings to discuss why we’ve arrived at this point, and what can be done to improve things.
 
Organizations are facing a growing and rapidly evolving set of security threats, including: IT outsourcing, cybercrime, workforce mobility, Web 2.0, and data breaches. Lumension is the leading provider of operational endpoint security solutions that help protect your vital information and manage your critical risk across network and endpoint assets. Lumension delivers Vulnerability Management, Endpoint Protection, Data Protection, and Compliance and IT Risk Management solutions to more than ...
 
Preston Wiley, Mike Hill, and Keith Watson discuss interesting topics in information security and privacy. This biweekly podcast covers topics that range from the latest software vulnerabilities to security tools to legal issues. The Serious about Security Podcast is brought to you by the Greater Lafayette Security Professionals (GLSP) group, Secure Purdue, and the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) at Purdue University.
 
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Scared Sh!tless
Weekly
 
To survive in today's world you have to stay connected. But do the benefits really outweigh the risks? Your smartphone, the Internet, social media accounts and all other facets of your tech-connected life make you vulnerable to hackers and cyberattacks. In this podcast, we speak with world-leading cybercrime experts to examine the frightening risks we unknowingly take every day, and how those risks impact our personal security and privacy.
 
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Secure Ninja TV
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Secure Ninja TV is a weekly source of updates, insights, opinions and overviews of the Information Security and IT industry. Through interviews with industry leaders and cutting-edge IT instructors, Secure Ninja TV will empower you to attack network threats and security vulnerabilities with the most valuable tool at your disposal...knowledge.
 
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Beards in Security
Monthly
 
Beards in Security is a podcast featuring Matt Berry and Anthony Mannarino who cover IT security news, security program development, vulnerabilities, research, and related topics of interest for the information security community.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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VAM Talks
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Food security analysis, also known as Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (VAM), is a core function of the World Food Programme's (WFP’s) work. VAM analyses the food security situation and answers some critical questions: WHO is food insecure or vulnerable? HOW MANY are there? WHERE do they live? WHY are they food insecure or vulnerable? HOW is the situation likely to evolve and what are the risks threatening them? WHAT should be done to save their lives and livelihoods?
 
Would you like to finally learn how to magnetize the man for you to have a loving, supportive & long-term relationship ASAP without more loneliness, frustration or wasting any more of your precious time attracting emotionally unavailable men?In this amazing new podcast with "Magnetize The Man" experts Antia & Brody Boyd, you can learn:♥ How To Magnetize The Man For You To Share Your Life With & Be Much Happier Without Loneliness, Frustration Or Wasting Any More Of Your Precious Time!♥ New Se ...
 
Intro – Hi, my names Kyle Aitken and this is a short documentary about the problems of Cyber Security at work.Interview 1 – Hello my names Neil Martin, I don’t know wither that’s the first thing I shouldn’t be saying, given the fact were talking about security. But since you don’t know where I am or where I live, we should be ok at that level. I work as an internet and security specialist, em, I work in mainly the financial sector, but also in various other business areas. Em, I specialize i ...
 
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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 let's him win excessive amounts of money. Hacking a slot machine Las Vegas style.
 
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 ...…
 
Recorded 6/12/18 - Special episode for two reasons! To start, we are recording one-take live from CiscoTV Studio B at Cisco Live in Orlando, FL. - which leads to the second reason, there is video of this episode in the show notes blog post! Join us as we cover the VPNFilter update Talos released June 6th and we recap the inaugural Cisco Talos T ...…
 
Recorded 6/12/18 - Special episode for two reasons! To start, we are recording one-take live from CiscoTV Studio B at Cisco Live in Orlando, FL. - which leads to the second reason, there is video of this episode in the show notes blog post! Join us as we cover the VPNFilter update Talos released June 6th and we recap the inaugural Cisco Talos T ...…
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss the Protecting American Votes and Elections Act of 2018, which requires paper ballots and audits.By Rob Wright.
 
Facebook: The security story that keeps on giving. News hit recently that the social network was sharing user info with a host of hardware and software partners without users knowing. We drive into that today, hitting: - How Facebook gave away your data - What data and who’s data was involved - Who got the data and why - Facebook’s response - S ...…
 
This week, exposed container dashboards, unlock Windows with Cortana, Firefox buffer overflow, unbreakable smart locks are breakable, insider Tesla threat, you can win Jeopardy and still be dumb. Jason Wood from Paladin security joins us for expert commentary this week, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Full Show Notes: https://wiki. ...…
 
We continue our conversation with cyber and tech attorney Camille Stewart on discerning one's appetite for risk. In other words, how much information are you willing to share online in exchange for something free? It's a loaded question and Camille takes us through the lines of questioning one would take when taking a fun quiz or survey online. ...…
 
Sometimes security is handled well. Other times, it’s handled weakly. Most of today’s list concerns the latter, including: - The Zipperdown vulnerability - Puppy Pictures Preempt Privacy - The returning spectre of Spectre - eFail - What does Apple know about you? Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch ...…
 
Threatpost's Lindsey O'Donnell talks with Zack Allen, ZeroFOX’s manager of threat operations, about the broader social media threats landscape and the growing issue of malicious content being spread across networks like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
While reading about our latest technological advances, such as digital license plates and self-driving cars, I wondered about our industry’s core security principles that set the foundation for all our innovation. However, what about user agreements? We’re able to create incredible new advances, however we can’t get our user agreements right. E ...…
 
This week, SMBv1 is getting killed, GnuPG updates, the gift of USB, OnePlus 6 vulnerability, vulnerable Android devices, the worst 2FA, malware on macOS. Jason Wood from Paladin security joins us for expert commentary this week, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Full Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/HNNEpisode177 Visit htt ...…
 
Many want the law to keep pace with technology, but what's taking so long? A simple search online and you'll find a multitude of reasons why the law is slow to catch up with technology - lawyers are risk averse, the legal world is intentionally slow and also late adopters of technology. Can this all be true? Or simply heresy? I wanted to hear f ...…
 
Threatpost editors Tom Spring, Tara Seals and Lindsey O’Donnell discuss the week’s information security news, including a slew of IoT device privacy incidents, a critical Adobe Flash vulnerability, and scary new data on the breadth and impact of the VPNFilter malware.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss the recent federal cybersecurity report, which found the majority of agencies have significant security gaps.By Rob Wright.
 
There’s a whole lotta leakin’ goin’ on! On this edition of The Checklist by SecureMac: - The Not Sure Securus Story - Mobile Providers Selling Your Location - LocationSmart Giving Away Location Data - The Unsafe Story of TeenSafe - A Comcast Security SNAFU Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with u ...…
 
This week, iOS updates, hacker charged with murder, a steaming vulnerability, to pay or not to pay the ransom, Drupal still vulnerable, freaking out over GitHub, and this day in something forever. Jason Wood of Paladin Security joins us for the expert commentary this week, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Full Show Notes: https://wi ...…
 
In April of 2013, after a short stint as a professional baseball player, Sean Campbell started working at Varonis as a Corporate Systems Engineer. Currently a Systems Engineer for New York and New Jersey, he is responsible for uncovering and understanding the business requirements of both prospective and existing customers across a wide range o ...…
 
A 14-year-old kid who finds himself bored in class decides to hack someone's twitter account and ends up with more than he bargained for.
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss dangers to critical infrastructure in the wake of a new report on the threat actors behind the Trisis malware.By Rob Wright.
 
The smart city industry is projected to be a 400 billion dollar market by 2020, as municipals look at applications for transportation, waste management, and law enforcement. But with that growth comes privacy issues and security risks, Tenable CTO Renaud Deraison told Threatpost’s Lindsey O’Donnell. Deraison outlines some of the biggest securit ...…
 
Data protectionism - restricting the movement of data between countries - will be an option that governments will elect to implement in the upcoming months and years. As the world economy become more data-driven, impacting global GDPs, they will soon find their way into trade deals, requiring data to be held in servers inside certain countries. ...…
 
It’s like Garanimals up in here: We’re mixing and matching! On this edition of The Checklist by SecureMac: The Twitter Password List The Apparent Fall of Cambridge Analytica Another Facebook Folly An Update on Equifax The Disappearing/Reappearing Signals Don't forget to check out our show notes: SecureMac.com/Checklist And get in touch with us: ...…
 
This week, Net Neutrality and what it really means, Qradar vulnerability, trying to secure your mobile device, when Z-Wave attacks, routers are open to attack because of your ISP, Starbucks and XSS, Despacito hackers arrested, rebooting your routers, and more! Daniel Lowrie from ITPro.TV joins us for expert commentary this week, and more on thi ...…
 
Recorded 5/25/18 - As you can expect, this EP focuses on VPNFilter. We discuss how we got involved, why Talos made the decision to disclose when we did, and we cover many details of the malware itself. There is a lot of background to this ongoing discussion. Take a peek behind the curtain of the defense against this attack as we cover many diff ...…
 
Recorded 5/25/18 - As you can expect, this EP focuses on VPNFilter. We discuss how we got involved, why Talos made the decision to disclose when we did, and we cover many details of the malware itself. There is a lot of background to this ongoing discussion. Take a peek behind the curtain of the defense against this attack as we cover many diff ...…
 
Big privacy rules changes are upon us. While the new rules will only affect EU citizens, they will change the way online business is done all around the world. On this edition of The Checklist by SecureMac: What is GDPR? What is WHOIS? How does GDPR affect WHOIS? Can ICANN find a solution? Upsides and downsides of the new rules Don't forget to ...…
 
Threatpost editors Tom Spring, Tara Seals and Lindsey O'Donnell discuss the week’s information security news, including some interesting new malware, a Linux patch that made waves, social engineering gambits and a major banking theft from the second-largest economy in Latin America.By chris@threatpost.com (Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook).
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss Ray Ozzie's solution for going dark, known as Clear, and what infosec experts are saying about it.By Rob Wright.
 
In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss the rise in business email compromise activity based on new data from the FBI's 2017 Internet Crime Report.By Rob Wright.
 
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