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Episode 824
4.18.19

The US Justice Department releases the redacted Mueller Report: investigators found no evidence sufficient to establish conspiracy or coordination between...

Episode 823
4.17.19

Spearphishing campaign against Ukraine traced to the so-called “Luhansk People’s Republic.” Anonymice threaten to rain chaos on Yorkshire if Julian Assange...

Episode 822
4.16.19

Condolences to the city of Paris and the people of France. And, alas, expect fraud to follow fire. A compromise may have turned a company’s networks against...

Episode 821
4.15.19

An ISIS hard drive suggests the Caliphate’s plans for inspiration as it enters exile. Facebook’s Sunday outage remains unexplained. Microsoft deals with...

Establishing software root of trust unconditionally.

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab Security and Privacy Institute claim to have made an important breakthrough in establishing root of trust...

Episode 820
4.12.19

Julian Assange remains in British custody. Hearings on the US extradition warrant are expected to begin next month. The US indictment revives discussion...

Episode 819
4.11.19

Julian Assange is out of the Ecuadoran embassy and in British custody. He’s been found guilty of bail jumping, and will face extradition to the US on charges...

Scammers have no ethics whatsoever.
4.11.19

Joe describes a study of people's perceptions when presented with a magic trick. Dave shares the story of fake boyfriend app. Our catch of the day involves...

Episode 818
4.10.19

FireEye says that the Triton actor is back. There’s some ICS malware staged in an unnamed “critical infrastructure” facility, and it looks as if the people...

Episode 817

In today’s podcast, we hear about GossipGirl, potentially a “supra threat actor” Chronicle sees linking Stuxnet, Flame, and Duqu. LockerGoga’s destructive...

Episode 816

In today’s podcast, we hear about leadership changes at the US Department of Homeland Security. A look at credential stuffing. Cryptojacking disrupts production...

Approaching Privacy as a Business Plan for Data

Michelle Dennedy of Cisco discusses why organizations find privacy challenging and where the next generation of security professionals may take us.