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21st September Weekly podcast: Equifax once more, Bristol Airport, Smeg and Mirai creators

9/20/2018
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This week, we discuss a record ICO fine for Equifax, cyber attacks on Bristol Airport and Smeg, and the sentencing of the creators of the Mirai botnet

Duration:00:06:20

14th September Weekly podcast: BA, Npower, Lazarus Group and Patch Tuesday

9/17/2018
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This week, we discuss the continuing fallout from the BA breach, the compromise of 5,000 Npower customers' details, DoJ charges against a North Korean computer programmer, and this month's Microsoft updates

Duration:00:06:17

7 September Weekly podcast: Plusnet, TV Licensing, BEC scams and data breach causes

9/6/2018
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This week, we discuss a data breach at Plusnet, poor security at tvlicensing.co.uk, why most BEC scams succeed, and what causes most data breaches

Duration:00:05:25

The Periscope Podcast

9/3/2018
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Welcome to the IT Governance Periscope Podcast: This week’s episode is an investigation into the DPO’s role – who needs one, what they do and their role in a data breach.

Duration:00:07:32

31 August Weekly Podcast: Air Canada, Huazhu Hotels, and West Ham FC

8/30/2018
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In this week's podcast, we discuss the data breach at Air Canada, Huazhu Hotels, and West Ham Football Club

Duration:00:03:23

24 August Weekly Podcast: Weekly Podcast: Superdrug, Facebook and Twitter, and the ICO

8/23/2018
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In this week's podcast, we discuss the data incident at Superdrug, Facebook and Twitter removing accounts, and the ICO website being down.

Duration:00:03:23

The Periscope Podcast

8/20/2018
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Welcome to the IT Governance Periscope Podcast: This week’s episode is an investigation into reporting on staff training, awareness and IT Governance products and solutions for organisations that suffer a data breach

Duration:08:36:01

17 August Weekly podcast: Intel Foreshadow attack, Cosmos cash-out scheme, TLS 1.3 and Patch Tuesday

8/17/2018
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This week, we discuss a new flaw affecting Intel processors, a $13.5 million cyber attack on an Indian bank, the release of version 1.3 of the Transport Layer Security protocol and the highlights from this month's Microsoft patches.

Duration:00:06:03

August 10 Weekly podcast: ICS attacks, Reddit and SIM swap arrests

8/10/2018
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This week, we discuss new research into attacks on industrial control systems, Reddit's recent breach, and an apparent crackdown on SIM swap fraud

Duration:00:06:39

3 August Weekly podcast: Dixons Carphone, Fashion Nexus, Yale and Alaska

8/3/2018
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This week, we discuss the 10 million affected by Dixons Carphone's 2017 data breach, the exposure of hundreds of thousands of clothes shoppers' details, Yale University's ten-year old data breach, and a return to typewriters for government workers in Matanuska-Susitna Borough in Anchorage.

Duration:00:06:08

The IT Governance Periscope Podcast #1

8/2/2018
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Welcome to the IT Governance Periscope Podcast: This week’s episode is an investigation into cyber incident response management and IT Governance products and solutions for organisations which suffer a data breach.

Duration:00:22:17

27 July Weekly podcast: Chrome and HTTP, British Airways, and Level One Robotics

7/27/2018
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This week we discuss Google Chrome flagging sites that use HTTP as not secure, BA's GDPR fail, and a massive data breach affecting more than 100 manufacturing companies.

Duration:00:06:13

Client X #2: Physical Technology – Hardware

7/20/2018
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Welcome to the IT Governance Technology & Media Podcast: Client X. Account Manager Zak Rush joins us again for our second episode. Zak is a Technology & Media sector specialist at IT Governance. It’s his job to identify client obligations, discuss project scope and generally facilitate any and all client needs in the Technology & Media sector.

Duration:00:18:27

20th July Weekly podcast: the IICSA, the EU-US Privacy Shield, data breach costs and Lotto hackers

7/19/2018
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This week, we discuss a £200,000 fine for the IICSA, a move to suspend the EU-US Privacy Shield, how much a data breach might cost your organisation, and the sentencing of two National Lottery hackers.

Duration:00:06:07

13th July Weekly podcast: banks, Thomas Cook, London cyber court and Facebook

7/13/2018
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This week, we discuss operational resilience in the banking and financial market infrastructures sectors, a data breach affecting Thomas Cook subsidiaries, London's proposed new court building and the latest development in the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal

Duration:00:06:43

Client X #1: The Information Technology Sector

7/12/2018
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Welcome to the IT Governance Technology & Media Podcast: Client X. Account Manager Zak Rush joins us for our first episode. Zak is a Technology & Media sector specialist at IT Governance. It’s his job to identify client obligations, discuss project scope and generally facilitate any and all client needs in the Technology & Media sector.

Duration:00:12:52

6 July Weekly Podcast: NHS Digital Breach, Typeform Data Breach, and Noble Design Fine

7/6/2018
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This week, we discuss the unauthorised sharing of 150,000 patients' confidential health data, the first ripples from the Typeform data breach, and a £4,500 fine for a company that didn't register with the ICO

Duration:00:05:33

29 June Weekly podcast: Exactis, BetVictor, Ticketmaster, and GDPR complaints

6/29/2018
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This week, we discuss the apparent leak of 340 million data records, a vulnerability that exposed sensitive BetVictor data, a data breach affecting up to 40,000 Ticketmaster customers, and the number of GDPR complaints since 25 May.

Duration:00:06:06

22 June Weekly podcast: BT, Bithumb, Islington Council and World Cup phishing

6/22/2018
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This week, we discuss a £77,000 fine for BT, Bithumb's loss of £24 million, Islington Council's PCI DSS fail and some topical phishing campaigns.

Duration:00:05:22

8th June Weekly podcast: MyHeritage, PageUp, Rochester Grammar School and, yes, the GDPR

6/8/2018
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This week, we discuss the compromise of 92 million MyHeritage users' credentials, “unauthorised activity” at PageUp, a missing memory stick at Rochester Grammar School, and the first couple of weeks of the GDPR

Duration:00:05:28