Japan, Imperva, & DDoS – Paul’s Security Weekly #592

    In the Security News, 5 tips for access control from an ethical hacker, Japan is to hunt down Citizens insecure IoT devices, kid tracking watches allow attackers to monitor real time location data, and Imperva mitigate a DDoS attack generated 500 million packets per second! Paul’s Stories 5 Tips for Access Control Cybersecurity […]
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Android, Nest, & Linux Malware – Paul’s Security Weekly #591

Cellular carriers are implementing services to identify cell scam leveraging, New Android Malware uses motion sensor to avoid detection, Linux Malware disables security software to mine cryptocurrency, and how a Hacker threatened a family using a Nest Camera to broadcast a fake missile attack alert! Paul’s Stories The 51 Things Most Homeowners Arent Doing But […]
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Ping, API, & eSentire – Enterprise Security Weekly #123

    Jeff Man joins Paul to talk about Ping Identity offering advanced API cyber protection, AppDynamics keeps expanding monitoring vision, eSentire announces managed endpoint defense powered by Carbon Black, and Juniper Networks signs a deal with IBMs! Paul’s Stories Ping Identity offers advanced API cyber protection Heading towards the cloud: Juniper Networks signs deal […]
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DerbyCon, Flaws, & Azure DevOps – Paul’s Security Weekly #590

    Two code execution flaws patched in Drupal, 773 million records exposed in massive data breach, prices for zero-day exploits are rising, new attacks target recent PHP framework vulnerability, and Microsoft launches a new Azure DevOps Bug Bounty program! Full Show Notes Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts             […]
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CRLF, NASA, & GitHub – Application Security Weekly #46

    Another server security lapse at NASA exposed staff and project data, CRLF Injection Into PHP’s cURL Options, System Down: A systemd-journald exploit, GitHub now gives free users unlimited private repositories, Twitter is Broken, Government shutdown: TLS certificates not renewed, many websites are down, and much more! Full Show NotesFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly […]
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Hyatt, El Chapo’s IT, and Amazon Key – Paul’s Security Weekly #589

    Why Hyatt Is Launching a Public Bug Bounty Program, Amazon Key partners with myQ, Web vulnerabilities up, IoT flaws down, enterprise iPhones will soon be able to use security dongles, and how El Chapo’s IT manager cracked his encrypted chats and brought him down! Paul’s Stories Why Hyatt Is Launching a Public Bug […]
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Etherium, Zerodium, Containers – Hack Naked News #202

    Etherium hit by Double Spend attack, NSA to release reverse engineering tool for free, a Skype Glitch allowed Android Authentication Bypass, Zerodium offers $2Million for remote iOS jailbreaks, and Tens of Thousands of Hot Tubs are exposed to hack! Our CEO Matt Alderman joins us for expert commentary on Container Security Lags Amidst […]
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Breaches, Privacy, Compliance and More! – Paul’s Security Weekly #588

The Security Weekly crew has a lively topic discussion on the following: – Security Breaches – Privacy – Vulnerability Disclosure – Evaluating Security Solutions – Compliance Full Show NotesFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/securityweekly Hosts
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PewDiePie, DOOM Roomba, and 9/11 – Paul’s Security Weekly #588

    Hijacking smart TV’s to promote PewDiePie, hackers attempt to sell stolen 9/11 documents, turning your house into a DOOM level with a Roomba, and hopefully you’re over that New Year’s hangover, because there’san Adobe PDF app patch to install! Paul’s Stories The Worst Hacks of 2018 – Uhm, dear Wired, you made an error […]
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What The Heck Are “Security Basics”? – Paul’s Security Weekly #587

    The question comes up quite often, what should organizations be doing to meet the basic security requirements? We often hear the terms “Security Basics”, “Minimum Security Standards” or dear lord “Security Hygiene”. But what does all this mean? Is it the same for everyone? People will point to different resources that attempt to […]
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