Working from home

Staying Secure When Working From Home

In episode 114 for March 30th 2020: Co-host Tom Eston is joined with frequent guest Kevin Johnson to discuss how to stay more secure when working from home. If you find yourself working from home because of COVID-19 this is one episode you don’t want to miss! ** Show notes and links mentioned on the Read more about Staying Secure When Working From Home[…]

Geofence Warrants

Click Armor Demo, Podcast Survey Results, Google Geofence Warrants

In episode 98 of our monthly show co-host Scott Wright shows us a demo of Click Armor which is a gamified cybersecurity awareness platform, Tom presents the results of our listener survey, and we have a discussion about the privacy concerns with geofence warrants. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Take Read more about Click Armor Demo, Podcast Survey Results, Google Geofence Warrants[…]

COVID-19

COVID-19 Mass Surveillance, New Coronavirus Cyber-Attacks, Encryption Backdoors

In episode 113 for March 23rd 2020: Israel passes an emergency law to use mobile data to track people infected with COVID-19, the latest coronavirus cyber-attacks to be aware of, and how governments world-wide could be putting backdoors into secure messaging apps. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Israel passes emergency Read more about COVID-19 Mass Surveillance, New Coronavirus Cyber-Attacks, Encryption Backdoors[…]

COVID-19 and Cybersecurity

COVID-19 Cybersecurity Impact, Hacking the Hackers, Whisper App Data Leak

In episode 112 for March 16th 2020: The cybersecurity impact of COVID-19, who’s hacking the hackers, and details on a data leak of the secret sharing app Whisper. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Resilient in Times of Disruption https://www.rsa.com/en-us/blog/2020-03/resilient-in-times-of-disruption COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak and a security conference tries to play it Read more about COVID-19 Cybersecurity Impact, Hacking the Hackers, Whisper App Data Leak[…]

IoT Device Attacks, FCC Fines Mobile Carriers, Let’s Encrypt Certificate Bug

In episode 111 for March 9th 2020: A new report shows that attacks on Internet of Things devices are on the rise, the FCC fines major mobile carriers for selling users’ location data, and details on what happens when 3 million HTTPS certificates need to be revoked because of coding error. ** Show notes and Read more about IoT Device Attacks, FCC Fines Mobile Carriers, Let’s Encrypt Certificate Bug[…]

You've been hacked! Now what?

You’ve Been Hacked! Now What?

In episode 110: Tyler Hudak, Incident Response Practice Lead at TrustedSec, joins us to talk about what you should do (and more importantly what you shouldn’t do) if you find out you’ve been hacked! ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Take our podcast listener survey and be entered to win a Read more about You’ve Been Hacked! Now What?[…]