Episode 59: Are Schools and Colleges Dumping Student Data? Also: was Devil’s Ivy a Dud?

Security Ledger publisher and Editor in Chief Paul Roberts speaks to Leah Figueroa, a Texas-based researcher who warns that colleges and universities – maybe even K-12 school districts – regularly divulge reams of student data to whomever asks, some of it is so-called personally identifying information or PII. Also: Paul talks with Assaf Harel about the future of the “Devil’s Ivy” vulnerability in gSOAP. Will it lead to the next Mirai botnet? Finally, Ashwin Almad of Endgame talks about a new Forrester survey that finds companies struggling to find the people and tools to prevent hacks and data leaks.

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