Dennis Fisher talks with Matthew Green of Johns Hopkins University about the crypto advances in recent years, the BREACH attack revealed at Black Hat and whether it’s time to start moving away from the RSA algorithm.
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Dennis Fisher talks with Martin Roesch, the author of the Snort IDS and founder of Sourcefire, about the evolution of Snort from a side project to an open-source security powerhouse to the technological basis for a hugely successful company.
Dennis Fisher talks with Chris Soghoian of the ACLU about the NSA surveillance leaks, the PRISM data collection program, the lack of good privacy options for consumers and his upcoming talk at DEF CON on government hacking operations.
Dennis Fisher talks with Robert Hansen, a renowned security researcher, about his early days climbing telephone poles to clip into phone lines, how he got his start in the security world, the evolution of firstname.lastname@example.org from early webrings and what he’s learned along the way.
Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso talk about the implications of the NSA PRISM and metadata program leaks and what they mean for privacy and security.
Dennis Fisher talks with Ryan Naraine about the new Microsoft bug bounty program, how it may affect prices for vulnerabilities on the private market and why it took the company so long to start the reward program.
Dennis Fisher talks with Jack Daniel of Tenable about his early days as a car guy, his accidental introduction into security and his second life as an amateur blacksmith.
Dennis Fisher talks with Chris Hoff of Juniper Networks about his childhood scaring sheep on a farm in New Zealand, his early days hacking on the first wave of personal computers, his misadventures in a college computer lab and how he ended up as an itinerant security guy.
Dennis Fisher talks with Bruce Schneier about the effects of the Boston Marathon bombing, how the psychology of fear plays into people’s reactions to these events and what the political aftermath could be.
Dennis Fisher talks with Gary McGraw, CTO of Cigital, about his childhood as a violin prodigy, his early introduction to personal computers with the Apple II, his start in software security and the state of the discipline today.