Dennis Fisher talks with Jeff Moss, the founder of DEFCON and Black Hat, about the history of the shows, the Michael Lynn-Cisco incident and the evolution of the hacker culture.
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Dennis Fisher talks with Nate Lawson of Root Labs about the proliferation of crypto flaws in Web applications and the market for hardware security bugs.
Dennis Fisher talks with Cormac Herley of Microsoft Research about the paper he co-authored on the realities of the underground economy, why sales of stolen credit cards resemble a market for lemons and how we can get better data on cybercrime activities.
Threatpost editors Ryan Naraine and Dennis Fisher talk about the problems with developers implementing their own crypto libraries in Web applications, the short list of names for the cybersecurity czar job and the possibility of a full-scale hacker bracket competition.
Threatpost editors Ryan Naraine and Dennis Fisher discuss this week’s massive patch releases by Microsoft, Adobe and Apple, the RFC1918 attack paper by Robert Hansen and who they’d pick in a rotisserie hacker draft.
Threatpost editors Ryan Naraine and Dennis Fisher look at the latest security news headlines and dig deeper into the latest wave of drive-by download infections and scareware attacks on Twitter.
Dennis Fisher talks with Securosis founder Rich Mogull about Mac security, Obama’s cybersecurity plan and his Project Quantpatch-management work with Microsoft.
In the first episode of the Threatpost Daily News Wrap podcast, Threatpost editors Ryan Naraine and Dennis Fisher discuss President Obama’s cybersecurity plan and the Microsoft DirectShow vulnerability.
Dennis Fisher talks with former White House cyber security adviser Howard Schmidt about the need for a cyber security czar, the rise of cybercrime and how to fix federal cyber security.
Dennis Fisher talks with Brad Arkin, director of product security and privacy at Adobe, about the company’s new quarterly patch release program, its Secure Product Lifecycle and how the JBIG2 flaw spurred major changes at Adobe.