Charlotte Williams from the award-winning computer security website Naked Security talks to Sophos experts Matt Boddy and Paul Ducklin about old-school malware, how to judge Patch Tuesday, and what to do about Facebook. (Music: http://www.purple-planet.com and https://codices.bandcamp.com)
Paul Ducklin from the award-winning computer security website Naked Security talks to Sophos experts Matt Boddy and Fraser Howard about password cracking and HTTPS. (Music: http://www.purple-planet.com and https://thespacelords1.bandcamp.com)
Paul Ducklin from the award-winning computer security website Naked Security talks to SophosLabs researcher Fraser Howard about a growing trend in cybercrime: cryptojacking, where the crooks mine cryptocurrency and keep the loot, but you pay for the electricity.
John Shier interviews Claudio Stahnke from Canalys Channel Forums about the view of security from the channel partner's perspective. John and Claudio touch on GDPR, security as a service, IoT and more.
This week's Chet Chat comes to you live from BSides Perth in West Australia. Chester and John share their thoughts on Coinbase forking over data to the IRS, Apple's non-fixy-fix for OS X, FBI not notifying victims of Fancy Bear and Firefox warning about password thefts.
This week's Chet Chat is live from the Tom's Guide offices in New York City after the O'reilly Security event. Chester has a chat with journalist Paul Wagenseil about the O'reilly event, another lost thumbdrive with sensitive unencrypted data, KRACK patch availability, malicious Chrome extensions and the seemingly lax governance at some social media companies.
This week's Chet Chat was recorded live from BSides Calgary with Michael Argast from Sky Northern. Chester and Michael shared their opinions on the KRACK vulnerabilities, Infineon RSA crypto bug, Mastercard ditching receipt signing, IRS saying your ID is compromised and Australia's new data breach notification legislation.
John Shier hosts the Chet Chat this week with special guest Ben Verschaeren from Sophos Australia. John and Ben share their insights on this year's BSides Las Vegas, Black Hat and DEF CON conferences. Topics covered include IoThacking, information sharing, machine learning, responsible disclosure and more.
Is ransomware really the worst sort of cyberattack you can experience? Or is it more of a “worst among equals,” given all the other sorts of malware out there too? Sophos security expert James Burchell explains what to do when faced with a multitude of cyberthreats. https://sophos.com/securitysos
Botnet malware quietly downloads instructions from cybercriminals on what to do next, such as grabbing passwords, stealing files, sending spam, and delivering malware. Learn from Fraser Howard, one of the world’s leading anti-malware researchers, how to dezombify your world. https://sophos.com/securitysos
Here's the third episode of our June 2017 "Sophos Security SOS" series - a week of topical podcasts, originally recorded and broadcast live. Sophos cybersecurity specialist Luke Groves talks to Paul Ducklin about how to take charge of security inside your organisation without creating an uncomfortable culture of snooping and surveillance. https://sophos.com/securitysos
This is the first in our June 2017 "Sophos Security SOS" series - a week of topical podcasts, originally recorded and broadcast live. In this episode, Paul Ducklin interviews Sophos expert John Shaw about the new European data protection laws (GDPR), how they affect organizations in Europe, North America and beyond, and how to turn them into an opportunity rather than merely shouldering them as a burden. https://sophos.com/securitysos
In this week's Chet Chat, Sophos researchers Chester Wisniewski and John Shier share their opinions on the leaked NSA election hacking docs, Judy Android ad fraud, the OneLogin breach, Crisis authors throwing in the towel and Google's latest privacy SNAFU in Chrome.
Join Sophos experts Chester Wisniewski and Paul Ducklin for the latest episode of our regular security podcast. The duo turn the latest news into purposeful advice as they discuss swastikas on Twitter, the recent Apache Struts zero-day exploit, the CIA's funkily-named "Fine Dining" project, and why four of Google's biggest competitors have decided to stand up for Mountain View in court.
Join Sophos experts Chester Wisniewski and Paul Ducklin for the latest edition of our regular security podcast. In this episode: trouble at the SHA-1 mill; the (not so) imaginary world of Mac ransomware; wiretapping your children with furry toys; and Google goes one step forward/one step back in Chrome's new TLS security dialog.
In this week's Chet Chat, Paul and Chester discuss the vulnerabilities reported in Cisco's WebEx plugin, the ease of breaking into Android phones which use the lock pattern, a recent security audit of the Dovecot project, animals attacking infrastructure and Data Privacy Day.
Chester Wisniewski is back from his December vacation, and this week he's talking to fellow Sophos expert Paul Ducklin about the world of computer security. It's not all bad news following the many big breaches and security blunders of 2016: Chet and Duck find reasons to be upbeat for 2017, so join them to find put why!