Tag: podcast

  • Firefox kills another tracking cookie workaround

    Firefox has been fighting the war on browser cookies for years, but its latest privacy feature goes well beyond mere cookie tracking to stop URL query parameters. HTML query parameters […]

  • FBI: Hospital Averted ‘Despicable’ Iranian Cyberattack

    Boston Children’s Hospital thwarted a cyberattack by government-backed Iranian hackers last summer after U.S. authorities received intelligence about the pending assault and alerted the hospital, says FBI Director Christopher Wray. […]

  • 13 sample architectures to kickstart your Google Cloud journey

    Whatever your organization’s performance or cost needs, Google Cloud is an eminently flexible platform that supports many different kinds of application architectures. But where should you start? Source: https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/application-development/13-popular-application-architectures-for-google-cloud/

  • 1.1M Compromised Accounts Found at 17 Major Companies

    The accounts fell victim to credential-stuffing attacks, according to the New York State AG. Source: https://threatpost.com/compromised-accounts-17-major-companies/177417/

  • Indian authorities set to tighten data breach laws in 2022

    Authorities in India are set to clamp down on data breaches and tighten rules for holding sensitive data, according to local media reports. Source: https://portswigger.net/daily-swig/indian-authorities-set-to-tighten-data-breach-laws-in-2022

  • Ubiquiti breach an inside job, says FBI and DoJ

    The recent unsealing of a grand jury multi-count indictment for Nikolas Sharp provides a unique and convoluted series of criminal events. Source: https://www-csoonline-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.csoonline.com/article/3643650/ubiquiti-breach-an-inside-job-says-fbi-and-doj.amp.html

  • Great Feedback From A-Jay Orr, Thanks!

    A-Jay Orr author of The Art Of War In Business Technology and CEO of SimplePLan IT left some very nice feedback about the podcast. It was great to meet and […]

  • Why cybersecurity pros need to learn how to code

    There is an age-old debate in security: Should cybersecurity professionals know how to code? Should they invest the time and effort to learn? The answer from cybersecurity professionals has usually […]

  • Dark Web Price Index 2021

    You wouldn’t know it by watching the news, with everything that’s been happening surrounding the pandemic and global politics, but up until this point, 2020 has been one of the […]

  • Interview With the CEOs Of Vivaldi And Startpage.com

    Episode 749 of the Security In Five podcast I was joined by the CEO, co-founder of Vivaldi Jón S. von Tetzchner and the CEO, co-founder of StartPage.com Robert Beens. They […]

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