Continue Reading... The Crypto CurveBall – Security Now 750
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The Crypto CurveBall – Security Now 750

CurveBall, Apple vs FBI, IE 0-day This Week’s Stories: — – iPhones join Android in being a Google account security…

Continue Reading... Telnet, ADP, Clearview, VPNs, and How The FBI Handles Hacking Attempts In The Election – SWN #5
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Telnet, ADP, Clearview, VPNs, and How The FBI Handles Hacking Attempts In The Election – SWN #5

This week, Clearview app lets strangers find your information through Facial Recognition, Travelex begins reboot as VPN bug persists, ADP…

Continue Reading... The Role of Compliance in the Federal Gov. – How Security Works – Trevor Bryant – SCW #14
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The Role of Compliance in the Federal Gov. – How Security Works – Trevor Bryant – SCW #14

In this segment, we interview Trevor about his role, his experience and his thoughts on the role of compliance in…

Continue Reading... The Role of Compliance in the Federal Gov. – How Compliance Works – Trevor Bryant – SCW #14
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The Role of Compliance in the Federal Gov. – How Compliance Works – Trevor Bryant – SCW #14

In this segment, we continue the discussion with Trevor on the role of compliance in the Federal Government. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/scw…

Continue Reading... Crypto Bugs, IoT Planes and Application Inspectors, Oh My! – ASW #92
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Crypto Bugs, IoT Planes and Application Inspectors, Oh My! – ASW #92

PoC Exploits Published For Microsoft Crypto Bug disclosed by NSA, Pratt & Whitney Expects GTF Engine Software Update on A220…

Continue Reading... Protecting Data in Apps and Protecting Apps from Data – ASW #92
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Protecting Data in Apps and Protecting Apps from Data – ASW #92

Apps must protect the data they collect. How can DevOps teams apply effective controls like strong authentication and authorization? How…

Continue Reading... What Does It Mean To Be A Hacker? – PSW #635
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What Does It Mean To Be A Hacker? – PSW #635

This is the Hacker Culture Roundtable discussion from the Security Weekly Christmas podcast marathon and features almost all of our…

Continue Reading... Soviet Ransomware destroys Capitalist Windows
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Soviet Ransomware destroys Capitalist Windows

Ransomware vs Ransomware: What happens when you run spora and satana ransomware together? Destruction of capitalist Windows, and the establishment…

Continue Reading... Ransomware vs Ransomware Grand Finale
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Ransomware vs Ransomware Grand Finale

Ransomware vs Ransomware Grand Finale: Battle of malware. All action is performed in a VM with multiple safeguards. Don’t try…

Continue Reading... How To Ship Netflow Data To Elastic SIEM with Filebeat
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How To Ship Netflow Data To Elastic SIEM with Filebeat

I will show you how to send Netflow data from any network device to the free elastic SIEM solution for…

Continue Reading... Win 10 exploit, Tik Tok, Lottery Hacker – SWN #4
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Win 10 exploit, Tik Tok, Lottery Hacker – SWN #4

Highlights from the Security Weekly shows this week, including dealing with personalities and compliance, Windows 10 exploits, alert fatigue in…

Continue Reading... CVE-2020-0601, Netscaler RCE, npm – PSW #635
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CVE-2020-0601, Netscaler RCE, npm – PSW #635

We discuss the details and impact of the latest flaw, disclosed by NSA, in Windows 10 that allows attackers to…

Continue Reading... Hacking IoT Devices – Jeff Spielberg, Ryan Speers – PSW #635
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Hacking IoT Devices – Jeff Spielberg, Ryan Speers – PSW #635

The world continues to see a proliferation of highly insecure IoT/embedded products. How can companies making embedded products design security…

Continue Reading... 🔴 LIVE: Paul’s Security Weekly #635
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🔴 LIVE: Paul’s Security Weekly #635

This week, we welcome Ryan Speers & Jeff Spielberg of River Loop Security for an interview! In the second segment,…

Continue Reading... Outdated Defense Approaches – Mark Orlando – ESW #168
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Outdated Defense Approaches – Mark Orlando – ESW #168

This week on Enterprise Security Weekly, Paul Asadoorian and Matt Alderman interview Mark Orlando on outdated defense approaches and the…

Continue Reading... VISA Security Alerts – What We Can Learn & What We Can Do – Ward Cobleigh – ESW #168
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VISA Security Alerts – What We Can Learn & What We Can Do – Ward Cobleigh – ESW #168

This week on Enterprise Security Weekly, Paul Asadoorian and Matt Alderman interview Ward Cobleigh about the recent VISA security alerts…

Continue Reading... NSA discloses major security flaw in Windows 10
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NSA discloses major security flaw in Windows 10

Althought the NSA is not known for disclosing secrets, they discovered a vulnerabilitity serious enough in Microsoft Windows 10 and…

Continue Reading... How To Get Free Live CISSP Training and Mentorship in 2020
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How To Get Free Live CISSP Training and Mentorship in 2020

In this video i will tell you about the 2020 free live CISSP training from FRSecure, how you can sign…

Continue Reading... Windows 7 – R. I. P. – Security Now 749
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Windows 7 – R. I. P. – Security Now 749

This Week’s Stories: — – Windows 7 support dies today, but 1 in 7 PCs are still running it —…

Continue Reading... Tenable, VMRay, Tinfoil – ESW #168
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Tenable, VMRay, Tinfoil – ESW #168

This week on the Enterprise Security News segment, Paul Asadoorian, John Strand, and Matt Alderman cover the following stories: Up…

Continue Reading... Security and Compliance News – SCW #13
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Security and Compliance News – SCW #13

This week in the Security and Compliance news, Matt Alderman, Scott Lyons, and Josh Marpet cover the following stories: A…