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Digital Signature Concept

Episode 216: Signed, Sealed and Delivered: The Future of Supply Chain Security

In this episode of the podcast
(#216) we talk with Brian Trzupek, Digicert’s Vice President of Product, about the growing urgency of securing software supply chains, and how digital code signing can help prevent compromises like the recent hack of the firm SolarWinds.

Neopets logo

Update: Neopets Is Still A Thing And Its Exposing Sensitive Data

Neopets, the virtual pets website has exposed a wide range of sensitive data online including information that might be used to identify site users, security researchers report.

Robot Automation

Spotlight Podcast: Security Automation is (and isn’t) the Future of Infosec

In this Spotlight Podcast, we speak with David Brumley, the Chief Executive Officer at the security firm ForAllSecure and an expert on the use of machine learning and automation to cyber security problems. We talk about the growing demand for security automation tools and how the chronic cyber security talent shortage in North America and elsewhere is driving investment in automation.

Hal9000

Podcast Episode 134: The Deep Fake Threat to Authentication and analyzing the PEAR Compromise

Vijay Balasubramaniyan of Pindrop joins us to talk about it. And, in our second segment, Sam Bisbee the CSO of the firm ThreatStack joins us to talk about last month’s hack of the PEAR open source package manager and why data deserialization attacks are a growing threat to projects that use open source components.

Eric Lundgren Discs

Episode 95: Copyright Insanity sends E-Waste Recycler to Prison and IoT Inspector finds Insecure Things

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:38 — 39.6MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSSIn this episode of The Security Ledger podcast (#95): has the Digital Millennium Copyright Act taken us over a bridge too far? We talk with two experts about the case of Eric Lundgren, a celebrated e-waste recycler who has been sentenced to 15 months in prison and fined $50,000 for DMCA violations. Also: we speak with one of the Ivy League students who designed IoT Inspector, software that can analyze your home network for vulnerable devices.