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Brad Arkin on Adobe’s Quarterly Patch Updates, the JBIG2 Flaw and Secure Software Development

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.

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Jeremiah Grossman on Web App Security, Secure Development and When Web Security Will Improve

Dennis Fisher talks with Jeremiah Grossman, CTO and founder of WhiteHat Security, about the company’s new Website Vulnerability Statistics report, why SQL injection is still such a problem and when Web application security may improve.

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Art Coviello on Holistic Security, the Future of the Security Industry and the RSA Conference

Categories: Compliance, Podcasts

For the landmark 10th episode of the Digital Underground podcast, Dennis Fisher talks with Art Coviello, president of RSA, the security division of EMC, about the evolution of the RSA Conference, the future of the security industry and whether the compliance mentality is taking the focus off security in the enterprise.

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David Mortman on compliance, the changing job of the CSO and baking bread

Categories: Compliance, Podcasts

Digital Underground podcast with Dennis Fisher

In this episode of the Digital Underground podcast, Dennis Fisher talks with David Mortman, CSO-in-residence at Echelon One and longtime security executive, about whether we’ve become too reliant on compliance, the changing nature of the CSO’s job and how network security is like baking artisan bread. Really.

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Conficker virus and the ‘scareware’ link

Categories: Malware, Podcasts

Ryan Naraine on KGO AM 810 Newstalk Radio – April 10, 2009

Ed and Jen from San Francisco’s KGO talk radio talk again with Threatpost editor Ryan Naraine. It looks like Conficker is stirring to life (after doing absolutely nothing on April 1) and Ryan says it’s linked to “scareware programs” that pop up warning windows telling users that their computer is infected and that they need to drop some cash on a (fraudulent) anti-virus program to wipe it out.

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