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In today's podcast we hear some Patch Tuesday notes—both Microsoft and Adobe were busy yesterday. Foreshadow, a new speculative execution vulnerability,...

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In today's podcast, we hear about the cryptowars down under. Major DDoS incident in Finland. Bears in the home routers, and concerns about IoT and power...

A CISO’s Journey From the City to the Private Sector

Webroot's Gary Hayslip shares his thoughts on team building, recruiting talent in a competitive market, and the importance of threat intelligence.

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In today's podcast, we hear about spyware in the guise of a missile attack warning app. New Dharma variant out. Android.Clipper redirects transactions...

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In today's podcast we hear that US-CERT is warning of a North Korean RAT. Researchers find vulnerable WPA2 handshake implementations. A sales call results...

Focus, technology, and training fight phishing — Hacking Humans.

Dave describes a phishing attempt to infiltrate U.S. election systems. Joe shares a story of government agencies receiving malicious CDs in the mail. University...

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In today's podcast we hear that Tehran seems ready to follow Pyongyang into state-sponsored theft to redress financial shortfalls: cryptocurrency ransomware...

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In today's podcast we hare that Oracle has warned of BGP exploits against payment processors. Check Point says it's found vulnerabilities in WhatsApp that...

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In today's podcast we hear that chipmaker TSMC says the virus that shut it down in Taiwan was WannaCry. It appears to have been an incidental infection...

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Leaky API may have exposed Salesforce customers' data, TSMC reports a virus in its semiconductor plants. TCM Bank discloses a paycard application leak.

Protecting Missiles From Malware

Michael Daly, chief technology officer for cybersecurity at Raytheon, shares his experiences spinning up a cybersecurity team for the global defense giant.

Cortana voice assistant lets you in. — Research Saturday

Researchers at McAfee recently discovered code execution vulnerabilities in the default settings of the Cortana voice-activated digital assistant in Windows...