In the Article Discussion on Leadership, Communication, and Innovation, Michael and Paul discuss 4 ways to improve your content marketing, to everyone who asks for ‘Just A Little’ of your time: Here’s what it costs to say yes, why your sales team is losing deals, and more on this episode of Business Security Weekly! 4 […]
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This week, Apple and issues of trust, LinkedIN leaks, spending money on ransomware, dead fingerprints, mysterious medical hacks, and hacking the Nintendo switch with no patches even possible? Jason Wood from Paladin Security joins us for expert commentary, and more on this episode of Hack Naked News! Security News ‘iTunes Wi-Fi Sync’ Feature Could Let […]
In the news, Microsoft built its own custom Linux OS to secure IoT devices, another critical flaw found in Drupal CorePatch your sites immediately, Facebook plans to build its own chips for hardware devices, NSA reveals how it beats 0-days, and more on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly! Paul’s Stories Microsoft built its own […]
We’ve spent time defining the value of penetration testing, how we can do them better and how organizations can make the most out of this activity. The question today is, “Do we still need penetration tests?”. If you are conducting penetration testing today or in the market for some testing, this segment is for you! […]
Carbon Black files for IPO (worth $100M?), Bomgar acquired by Francisco Partners for undisclosed, SecDo acquired by Palo Alto Networks for undisclosed, SpyCloud raised $5M Series A, and more on this episode on Business Security Weekly! Carbon Black files for IPO (worth $100M?) https://techcrunch.com/2018/04/10/security-shop-carbon-black-files-to-go-public https://www.owler.com/company/carbonblack $191.5M over 9 rounds of funding… VMware acquired E8 for […]
Adrian is the Research Director and Co-Founder of Savage Security. He spent a decade building security programs and defending large financial firms. He also spent many years as a consultant, performing penetration tests, PCI audits and other security-related assessments. He joins Paul and the crew this week for an interview! Full Show Notes Subscribe to […]
Shawn Tuma sticks around to sort the good advice from the misinformation surrounding attorney-client privilege in security. What is attorney-client privilege and why is it interesting to security leaders? Where it make work? What doesn’t work? Full Show Notes Visit http://securityweekly.com/category/ssw for all the latest episodes!
Shawn Tuma is an experienced cybersecurity and data privacy attorney and partner at Scheef & Stone. He joins Michael this week for an interview! Full Show NotesVisit http://securityweekly.com/category/ssw for all the latest episodes!
In the news, Attacking an FTP Client: MGETting more than you bargained for, Warning: Your Windows PC can get hacked by just visiting a site, new MacOS backdoor linked to OceanLotus, & more on this episode of Application Security Weekly! Full Show NotesVisit our website: http://securityweekly.com Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.comsecurityweekly
Organizations are implementing two-factor on more and more web services. The traditional methods for phishing credentials is no longer good enough to gain access to user accounts if 2FA is setup. In this episode Mike Felch (@ustayready) and Beau Bullock (@dafthack) demonstrate a tool that Mike wrote called CredSniper that assists in cloning portals for […]