Security In Five Podcast Weekly Roundup – 1/19/18

Another week goes by as we march into 2018. There weren’t any major announcements this week like the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. That doesn’t mean we can stop paying attention and working to improve our professional and personal security postures everyday. That’s beauty and curse of this business, there are no down times. If you are not someone that likes to learn every single day, force to train yourself on new technologies, methods and ideas then the security world probably isn’t for you.

What I love about the security business is that you are forced to learn, to be on top of as much as you can, to be knowledgeable across the board and change your thought processes regularly. If you don’t you don’t survive and become obsolete quickly.

Here are the episodes for week ending 1/19/18 –

Here are the episodes for next week –

Episode 157
US hospital pays $55,000 to hackers after ransomware attack, Not Good
Jan. 22, 2018
Episode 158
Under New Breach Laws Equifax Would Pay $1.5 BILLION In Fines
Jan. 23, 2018
Episode 159
True Story – Review Your Home Router Settings, Disable FTP Sharing
Jan. 24, 2018
Episode 160
Less Than 10% Of Gmail Users Enable Two-Factor Authentication
Jan. 25, 2018
Episode 161
Tools, Tips and Tricks –
Jan. 26, 2018

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