Smartphone Voting

Voting by Smartphone, Jeff Bezos Hacked, Microsoft Security Breach

In episode 96 of our monthly we discuss the controversy of voting by smartphone in our elections, the Jeff Bezos hacking incident, and the recent Microsoft support security breach. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Seattle-Area Voters To Vote By Smartphone In 1st For U.S. Elections https://www.npr.org/2020/01/22/798126153/exclusive-seattle-area-voters-to-vote-by-smartphone-in-1st-for-u-s-elections Saudi Prince Allegedly Hacked Read more about Voting by Smartphone, Jeff Bezos Hacked, Microsoft Security Breach[…]

Critical Windows Vulnerability

Critical Windows Vulnerability, Dating App Security Risk, Apple iOS Privacy Features

In episode 104 for January 20th 2020: Details on the new critical Microsoft Windows vulnerability, why dating apps could pose a national security risk, and how new Apple privacy features are changing the way your data is sold. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Major Windows flaw was discovered and reported Read more about Critical Windows Vulnerability, Dating App Security Risk, Apple iOS Privacy Features[…]

WhatsApp NSO Group Lawsuit

WhatsApp’s NSO Group Lawsuit, This Week in Data Breaches, Office 365 Voicemail Phishing

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston. In episode 93 for November 4th 2019: The WhatsApp NSO group lawsuit plus details on Facebook’s preventive health tool, this week’s data breach news, and how attackers are using a voicemail to phish Microsoft Read more about WhatsApp’s NSO Group Lawsuit, This Week in Data Breaches, Office 365 Voicemail Phishing[…]

Microsoft OneDrive Personal Vault

Microsoft OneDrive Personal Vault, Google’s New Privacy and Security Controls, REAL ID Deadline

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston. In episode 89 for October 7th 2019: Microsoft’s new OneDrive personal vault, updated privacy and security controls announced by Google, and the TSA’s announcement about the REAL ID deadline next year. I have a Read more about Microsoft OneDrive Personal Vault, Google’s New Privacy and Security Controls, REAL ID Deadline[…]

BioStar2 Biometric Data Breach

Biometric Security Data Breach, Critical Windows Vulnerabilities, FBI Data Harvesting

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston. In episode 82 for August 19th 2019: The BioStar2 biometric security data breach, wormable vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows, and the FBI trying to harvest your social media data. Can you believe that this week Read more about Biometric Security Data Breach, Critical Windows Vulnerabilities, FBI Data Harvesting[…]

Remotely killing car engines

Remotely Killing Car Engines, Password Expiration Policies, Facial Recognition at Airports, InfoSec vs. Cybersecurity

In episode 88 of our monthly show we streamed live on GetVokl! Subscribe to our channel and get notified when we’ll be live so you can chat and participate in our next show! Here are the topics we covered and links to articles we discussed: Hacker Finds He Can Remotely Kill Car Engines After Breaking Read more about Remotely Killing Car Engines, Password Expiration Policies, Facial Recognition at Airports, InfoSec vs. Cybersecurity[…]

A serious vulnerability in WhatsApp

Critical WhatsApp Vulnerability, Facial Recognition Ban, Wormable Flaw in Windows

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for May 20th 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: A serious spyware vulnerability in WhatsApp, San Francisco bans facial recognition, and a wormable vulnerability in older Microsoft systems. Protect your digital privacy with Silent Pocket’s product line of patented Faraday bags, phone cases, and Read more about Critical WhatsApp Vulnerability, Facial Recognition Ban, Wormable Flaw in Windows[…]

Are camera's recording you on an airplane?

The End of Password Expiration Policies, Seat-Back Camera’s on Airplanes, Unknown Data Breach

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for May 6th 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: Is this the end of password expiration policies, are there camera’s recording you on an airplane, and the unknown data breach exposing 80 million records. Protect your digital privacy with Silent Pocket’s product line of Read more about The End of Password Expiration Policies, Seat-Back Camera’s on Airplanes, Unknown Data Breach[…]

Microsoft Emails Hacked

Microsoft Email Hacked, Instagram Nasty List Phishing Scam, Facebook Third-Party Data Deals

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for April 22nd 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: Microsoft email services hacked, the Instagram “Nasty List” phishing scam, and Facebook’s attempted deals to sell your data. Protect your digital privacy with Silent Pocket’s product line of patented Faraday bags, phone cases, and wallets Read more about Microsoft Email Hacked, Instagram Nasty List Phishing Scam, Facebook Third-Party Data Deals[…]

Facebook Passwords Exposed

Facebook Passwords Exposed, Android Q Privacy, Microsoft Office Targeted

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for March 25th 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: Facebook passwords exposed in plain text, Android Q’s new privacy features, and why Microsoft Office is the most popular target for cybercriminals. Protect your digital privacy with Silent Pocket’s product line of patented Faraday bags, Read more about Facebook Passwords Exposed, Android Q Privacy, Microsoft Office Targeted[…]