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.
The arrival of functional quantum computers may be closer than you think. I’m joined by Avesta Hojjati, Head of DigiCert Labs and Brian LaMacchia, Distinguished Engineer and Head of the Security and Cryptography Group at Microsoft Research to talk about coming quantum revolution and what it means for security.
The battle lines were drawn at a hearing in New Hampshire last week for a proposed right to repair law, with supporters calling for economic justice for consumers and opponents warning of crime and injury should the law pass.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 28:27 — 32.6MB)Subscribe: Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSIn this week’s episode of the podcast (#132): in the wake of news of the biggest fine yet for violations of the NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) standard, we talk with Willy Leichter and Saurabh Sharma of the firm Virsec about whether the industry’s main security standard even matters in an age of sophisticated, nation-backed hackers. As we reported last week, NERC – the North American Electric Reliability Corporation – issued a $10 million fine and a 250 page report (PDF) detailing the failure by one of its member companies to abide by the organization’s main cyber security regulation the Critical Infrastructure Protection or CIP standards. Thirteen of the violations listed were rated as a “serious risk” to the operation of the Bulk Power System and 62 were rated a “moderate risk.” […]
A proposed right to repair law in New Hampshire won’t make the Internet of Things one iota less secure. It will benefit consumers and the planet by extending the useful life of a wide range of connected devices, while making it easier to keep them secure throughout their useful life.