We revisit with some old friends this week, as Peter and Don talk with Assaf Eyal of Verint. After meeting at RSA 2017, Assaf tells us more about how Verint uses AI to improve threat detection and help smaller teams stay safe. After that, we delve into the news of the week, including one misguided company's attempt to hack their hacker.
What does Plum, a wine serving and preserving appliance, have to do with tech? In this episode, Peter and Don interview their founder to hear how he went from building a security startup to chasing a life-long passion and creating an IoT device that won't be part of the next hack on your network.
Spectre patches are the story that just won't go away. After Don and Peter discuss which patches to stop installing, they cover some interesting cloud scenarios before wrapping up with a Jeopardy story for the ages.
Things have calmed down from the holidays and CES, allowing Peter and Don to get deeper into some cloud news, Apple ‘text bombs,’ and finding a new home for Amazon’s North American headquarters. Doesn’t that sound fun?
It’s a brand new year, but we’re starting off with some old problems. Well, at least a problem that could affect chips going back over the last 20 years. In this episode, Don and Peter breakdown Meltdown and Spectre, along with the other top stories of the week in tech.
It was an exciting year in the world of IT. In this episode, Peter and Don look back at the best and worst stories, from tech advancements to malicious hacks, while also looking ahead with predictions for 2018.
It's the cryptocurrency everyone is talking about, but what is Bitcoin and how does it work? In this episode, Don and Peter welcome expert Duncan Kabinu to learn all about the technology behind Bitcoin and blockchain, while also offering predictions for the coming year.
In this episode, Peter and Don take a look at all the news from week 50 of 2017. With KubeCon taking place in Austin, there is more Kubernetes news that anyone working in the cloud will be happy to hear. And there are updates on the High Sierra exploit and Intel Management Engine. Enjoy!
Many people are fine buying a server from Dell as is, but what about when you need something a little beefier? In this episode of the ITProTV Podcast, Don and Peter talk with Ryan from xByte about their unique approach to the custom hardware marketplace.
People are still under attack from the hackers of the world, but AWS was there to bring us some good news this week. Don and Peter also talk about Apple's design process. And I'm not going to sugar-coat it: Don hates facial recognition.
So much to look back at this week. It all started with sales a-plenty on cyber Monday and ended with a slew of announcements from the Amazon AWS conference. In the middle, there was the small issue of a High Sierra root vulnerability, so hide your MacBook and buckle in!
Wrapping up our coverage from the BSides Delaware Security conference, Don and Peter take a look at interviews from some of the conference speakers. They also share a great story about FEMA volunteers during Hurricane Irma.
Don and the team took a trip to Delaware for the BSides Security conference. In this episode, Don shares his interviews with the people who helped put on the event and gets their insights into the world of cybersecurity.
There was so much good content from the Wild West Hackin' Fest, and in this episode, Don and Peter look at the interviews that didn't fit neatly into a category. Consider it a potpourri of cybersecurity content.
We've got even more from the Wild West Hackin' Fest. In this episode, Don and Peter take a look at some of the cool emerging tech and techniques shown off at the event, from big data analysis to threat detection and data exfiltration.
Hearing about the latest penetration testing techniques is one thing, but getting to try them out is an entirely different experience. In this episode, Don Pezet tells Peter VanRysdam all about the hands-on labs at the Wild West Hackin' Fest and shares interviews from the events.