Security researcher Dino Dai Zovi talks about a new company he cofounded called Capsule8 that will help IT organizations counter threats to Linux infrastructures.
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Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including a Microsoft SMB zero day, the latest Netgear router vulnerability, and a new HTTPS milestone.
Kaspersky Lab Principal Security Researcher Nico Brulez talks with Ryan Naraine about his upcoming SAS 2017 training on the ins and outs of malware reverse engineering and how attendees can benefit for a wide range of tips and tricks.
The Star Wars Twitter botnet, the return of Lavabit, a critical Cisco Webex flaw, and the St. Louis Library ransomware story are discussed.
Mike Mimoso, Tom Spring, and Chris Brook discuss security-wise what they hope will and won’t change under a Trump presidency, then discuss the news of the week, including SHA-1 deprecation, Carbanak’s return, and the WhatsApp “backdoor” debacle.
MedSec CEO Justine Bone talks to Mike Mimoso about the St. Jude Medical vulnerabilities, the considerations her company and Muddy Waters made in short selling St. Jude stock, and the current state of medical device security.
Operations Manager at Paterva Andrew Macpherson outlines the details of the “Digital Intelligence Gathering using Maltego” course being offered at SAS 2017.
The news of the week is discussed, including the ShadowBrokers’ farewell, GoDaddy’s buggy domain validation issue, MongoDB ransoms, and the latest with St. Jude Medical.
Mike Mimoso talks to Marie Moe, a research scientist at SINTEF of Norway, about her personal and emotional connection to medical device security.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including on this week’s U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Service hearing, the Burlington Electric ‘Hack’, FireCrypt, and Security Without Borders.