Whole Foods breached. Illusion gap and Windows Defender. Exposed AWS S3 buckets. Equifax incident response. Reality Winner proceedings.
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In today's podcast, we hear that Whole Foods has been breached—if you've been to the taproom, look to your credit cards. An illusion gap could help bypass Windows Defender, says Cyber Ark. Microsoft says don't sweat the small stuff. A Mac firmware issue may be giving users a false sense of security. Equifax is offering a lifetime of free credit freezing, but observers are dubious. A study suggests there are still a lot of improperly secured clouds out there. ISIS and the Taliban resume their inspiration operations online. David DuFour from Webroot on the difference between Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Guest is R.P. Eddy, coauthor with Richard Clarke of the book Warnings: Finding Cassandras to Stop Catastrophes. And alleged NSA leaker Reality Winner remains in custody, at least for now.
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