Recent revelations that Bill Orielly may have gotten away with sexual harassment or more have been circulating. And its the perfect time for some women to take advantage. But Dr Wendy Walsh is changing that perspective.
Hackers hit websites in a completely different way than they once did. Now they trade them like cards and hold on to them until the time is right. You're a target regardless of if you think you are or not. But there're tools out there. Neil Feather President of Sitelock LLC joins the conversation. Https://sitelock.com
Last week congress voted to strip privacy protections for consumers. Making it easier for ISPs to sell your personal data. But the reason why is clouded in even older legislation and its time we took matters into our own hands.
Responsible disclosure can have its quirks. But what happens when Google discovers personal data embedded in its search results? Craig Young Of TripWire Joins in on the conversation. Update Alert! Lastpass security flaw allows researches to dump your passwords. Update on the way. https://www.hackread.com/lastpass-password-manager-security-flaw/ https://www.tripwire.com/state-of-security/security-data-protection/the-internets-freshest-wounds-my-thoughts-on-ticketbleed-cloudbleed-and-https/
Have you ever wondered what a Hacker actually does? Bet you didn't know reputation management is one of those things. And nor did Brittany from @social_caffeine who just help someone take control of their online reputation via Hacker's List http://www.social-caffeine.com/ https://hackerslist.com
The password is an old dinosoar. No matter how complex, how long or how much training users have it seems they are being broken everywhere. But why? Jonathan Sander, Vice President of Product Strategy of Lieberman Software Corp. Joins the conversation.
No news on POTUS' claims of wiretapping, could he have been tapped? Funny things are said on twitter hopefully Rep. Steve King wasn't pulling a hitler when he said we can't build a society with other people's children and new footage from Ferguson MO shows that Michael Brown may not have robbed that store after all. WTFA!?
Wiki Leaks drops tons of CIA hacking tools online. But what does this mean for our privacy? Is it time to raise or lower the bar when it comes to what we should expect? Morey Haber of Beyond Trust Joins the conversation
WTFA POTUS tweeted about the Obama Administration allegedly tapping his phones when he was a candidate. Everyone is talking about how absurd these claims are. But among all the noise no one is asking "could they have done this? and what does that mean?"
Technology is moving so fast that by the end of 2017 there is no telling what we will be connecting to the internet. But as new devices come online new products emerge to help secure them in the consumer market. Charles Talks with Cujo CTOLeon Kuperman about the newest dog on the block. https://www.getcujo.com/
Its becoming normal to think like a hacker. At first I thought I might be making it all up. But, at RSA 2017 this year there was a different feeling. With Limor from Peerlyst. https://www.peerlyst.com/ http://thehackernews.com/2017/02/eset-antivirus-mac.html http://thehackernews.com/2017/02/cyber-security-certification.html https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/iot-adoption-continues-to-present/
In todays modern business social media is your companies brand. So, what are you doing to protect your Social Cybersecurity? A short meeting with Evan Blair Co-Founder of ZeroFox https://www.zerofox.com/
In the hacker world teaming up on projects is just a way of life. Companies all over have struggled with finding the right balance between what they offer and people who otherwise might compete with them. But at RSA this year things are changing. With an announcement the one of the Big 4 is teaming up with Microsoft. http://www.ey.com/