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Bringing Collaboration to Real-Time Data Feeds

King & Union's Aaron Gee-Clough discusses the benefits and challenges of bringing actionable threat intelligence to small and mid-sized organizations.

Recent Podcasts
Episode 743
12.13.18

In today’s podcast we hear that the Saipem hack looks like a new Shamoon variant. Charming Kitten started prowling through relevant places after the Iran...

Episode 742
12.12.18

In today’s podcast, we hear some of McAfee’s description of Operation Sharpshooter, an ambitious cyber reconnaissance campaign. Huawei’s CFO Meng makes...

Episode 741
12.11.18

Audit finds no “Chinese spy chips” on Supermicro motherboards. Huawei CFO Meng’s hearing continues. Oil services firm’s servers attacked. Seedworm shows...

Episode 740
12.10.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that Huawei’s CFO awaits her immediate fate in a Vancouver detention facility, where she faces possible extradition to the...

Operation Red Signature targets South Korean supply chain.

Researchers at Trend Micro uncovered a supply chain attack targeting organizations in South Korea. With the goal of information theft, attackers compromised...

Episode 739
12.7.18

In today’s podcast we hear that Huawei’s CFO remains in Canadian custody, perhaps facing extradition to the US. All Five Eyes have now expressed strong...

Episode 738
12.6.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that Huawei’s CFO was arrested in Vancouver on a US sanctions beef. Anonymous sources tell Reuters Chinese intelligence was...

Bringing trust to a trustless world.
12.6.18

Listener follow-up on a URL issue. Dave describes an elderly couple scammed out of savings. Joe wonders if it's wise to unsubscribe. Guest Andre McGregor...

Episode 737
12.5.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that CoAp-based DDoS attacks are on the rise. A Nigerian gang has done some industrial-scale work on business email compromise.

Episode 736
12.4.18

In today’s podcast we hear how Fancy Bears and free-range catphish have been disporting themselves in the Czech Republic. China reported to have used watering...

Episode 735
12.3.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that senior US and UK officials have harsh words for Russian actions in cyberspace even as President Putin undertakes a charm...

Controlling Online Access in Yemen’s War Zone

Learn about the role the internet has played in Yemen’s civil war, as rival factions fight to gain control of information, access, and infrastructure.