Dennis Fisher talks with Jeremiah Grossman, the new interim CEO of WhiteHat Security, about taking on the new role, how things have changed since he was CEO 10 years ago and what the biggest challenges will be.
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Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso talk about the big security stories of the last couple of weeks, including the developments in the Target data breach, the president’s speech on NSA surveillance reforms and SCADA security woes.
Dennis Fisher talks with Rich Mogull of Securosis about the Target data breach, how the attack may have worked, why these breaches are still so common and what can be done to improve the situation.
Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso discuss the news of the weird in the security industry since the holidays, including the latest revelations about the Target data breach and the decision by some speakers to boycott the RSA Conference because of the NSA revelations.
Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso talk about the year that was in the security industry, including the last six months of NSA drama, the Microsoft bug bounty program, exploit sales and attacks against major banks.
Dennis Fisher talks with Brian Donohue, Threatpost’s Washington, D.C. writer, about the new report from the NSA reform panel and whether any of the recommended changes will ever be implemented.
Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso discuss the happenings in the security world of late, including the latest NSA revelations, the odd DGA Changer malware and the response of attackers to the death of Blackhole.
Dennis Fisher talks with Ron Deibert of the University of Toronto and Citizen Lab about his group’s research into cyber espionage campaigns, the surveillance landscape and his recent book, Black Code.
Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso discuss the major security stories of the last two weeks, including the BGP route hijacking, why Do Not Track doesn’t work and the We Are the Cavalry movement.
Dennis Fisher talks with several members of the We Are the Cavalry project, including Josh Corman, Robert Hansen, Space Rogue and John Dickson, about the movement’s origins, its goals to promote research on topics such as medical device security and how to help change the perception of security research.