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In this episode of the podcast we're joined by Priscilla Moriuchi of the firm Recorded Future, which released a report this week analyzing the security risks posed by Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications and technology giant.Related Stories
The flaw known as BlueKeep could be as dangerous as EternalBlue, the basis of recent malware like WannaCry, according to a report by BitSight.
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New research from the firm Bromium finds dark web listings are booming as operators offer tailored access to enterprise networks.
Episode 148: Joseph Menn on Cult of the Dead Cow also Veracode CEO Sam King on InfoSec’s Leaky Talent Pipeline
In this week's episode of the podcast: Joseph Menn's new book Cult of the Dead Cow: How the Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the World hit store shelves this week. We reprise our March interview with Joe and talk about the origins of CDC. Also: is the talent pipeline for information security empty, or has it sprung a leak? We're joined...Related Stories
As cyber attacks on municipalities mount, is it time to start treating them like the manmade disasters they are?
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A programming glitch in GPS satellite software grounded planes in China and other countries. But what does it tell us about the security of the Internet of Things? Bill Malik of Trend Micro joins us to discuss.
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Microsoft's worm-friendly Bluekeep flaw affects medical devices and other Internet of Things endpoints, security experts are warning.
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The Department of Homeland Security is warning U.S. firms that drones made in China may be spying on them and sending sensitive data to the Chinese government.
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Episode 146: Elections Loom, Political Parties struggle with Cyber Security and Securing Cloud with Aporeto CEO Amir Sharif
his week’s episode, #146: we speak with the researchers behind a new analysis of more than 40 political parties in the US and Europe showing that many suffer from poor cyber security. Also: DEV-OPS methodologies are transforming the way organizations are creating and consuming software. But security technology is stuck in the past. In our second...Related Stories