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[…]

Iranian Cyber-Attacks

Iranian Cyber-Attacks, Ring Class-Action Lawsuit, Preventing Calendar SPAM

In episode 103: The US Department of Homeland Security warns of Iranian cyber-attacks, Ring gets hit with a $5 million dollar class action lawsuit, and some quick tips on how to prevent calendar SPAM. ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Iran maintains a robust cyber program and can execute cyber-attacks against Read more about Iranian Cyber-Attacks, Ring Class-Action Lawsuit, Preventing Calendar SPAM[…]

Top 10 Cybersecurity and Privacy Resolutions

Top 10 Cybersecurity and Privacy Resolutions

In episode 101: Start the new year off right by following our top 10 cybersecurity and privacy resolutions! ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Recommended Password Managers KeePass (free and open source): https://keepass.info/ Dashlane: https://www.dashlane.com/ 1Password: https://1password.com/ See if your site or service offer’s two-factor or multi-factor authentication https://twofactorauth.org/ Silent Pocket Read more about Top 10 Cybersecurity and Privacy Resolutions[…]

Smart City Privacy

Top 25 Most Dangerous Vulnerabilities, Smart City Privacy, DuckDuckGo vs. Google

In episode 94 of our monthly show for November 2019: The 25 most dangerous vulnerabilities, the privacy of new “smart cities”, and which search engine keeps your searches more private? It’s DuckDuckGo vs. Google! ** Show notes and links mentioned on the show ** Snapshot: Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2019/11/26/snapshot-top-25-most-dangerous-software-errors https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/09/18/the_25_most_dangerous_software_weaknesses/ Google’s “smart Read more about Top 25 Most Dangerous Vulnerabilities, Smart City Privacy, DuckDuckGo vs. Google[…]

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[…]

BSides Las Vegas Security Conference

BSides Las Vegas, iMessage Exploit, 5G and Stingray Surveillance

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for August 12th 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: My summary of last week’s BSides Las Vegas security conference, how a single text message to your iPhone could get you hacked, and how Stingray surveillance devices can still be used on new 5G networks. Read more about BSides Las Vegas, iMessage Exploit, 5G and Stingray Surveillance[…]

Medical Device Security

Medical Device Security with Special Guest John Nye

In episode 90 of our monthly show we discuss medical device security with John Nye, Senior Director of Cybersecurity Research and Communication at CynergisTek. Do you use an insulin pump, have a pacemaker or other medical device implant? Are you concerned about medical device security and what the future holds for technology like this? If Read more about Medical Device Security with Special Guest John Nye[…]

Zoom Zero-Day

Zoom Zero-Day, GDPR Fines, Google Assistant Recordings

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for July 15th 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: Zoom video conferencing zero-day, massive fines being issued for violating GDPR, and who might be listening when you talk to your Google Assistant. Looking to protect your laptop, smartphone, and key fobs this summer? Well Read more about Zoom Zero-Day, GDPR Fines, Google Assistant Recordings[…]

Google Nest’s Secret Microphone, Facebook Login Phishing, Password Manager Vulnerabilities

This is your Shared Security Weekly Blaze for February 25th 2019 with your host, Tom Eston. In this week’s episode: Google Nest’s secret microphone, a new Facebook login phishing campaign, and vulnerabilities in popular password managers. Silent Pocket is a proud sponsor of the Shared Security Podcast! Silent Pocket offers a patented Faraday cage product Read more about Google Nest’s Secret Microphone, Facebook Login Phishing, Password Manager Vulnerabilities[…]

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