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Security Weekly News Episode #123 – May 25, 2021

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1. DarkSide “Court”, TrendMicro, & Lessons Learned From Supply Chain Attacks – 02:00 PM-02:30 PM

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Description

This week: the Security Weekly News, and special guest Fleming Shi joins for an expert commentary where he discusses API security and supply chain attacks, application security, supply chain security, how your supply chain can damage your reputation, and lessons learned from recent attacks on Sunburst!

In the news: Charlie bit my finger, Darkside in the People’s court, Big Sur, Trend Micro, and Russian Keyboards.

This segment is sponsored by Barracuda Networks.

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Guest(s)

Fleming Shi

Fleming Shi – CTO at Barracuda Networks

@ShiFleming

Fleming joined Barracuda in 2004 as the founding engineer for the company’s web security product offerings, helping to create the first version of Barracuda’s message archiving product and paving the way for expansion into new content security product areas. As Chief Technology Officer, Fleming leads the company’s threat research and innovation engineering teams in building future technology platforms to deliver continued success in our security and data protection products. He has more than 20 patents granted or pending in network and content security.

Hosts

DougWhite

Doug White

@dougwhitephd

Professor at Roger Williams University

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