Mark Wojtasiak, the Vice President of Security Industry research at Code42 joins us to talk about how companies can handle the security risks that accompany the COVID-inspired “great resignation” in corporate America.
With Black Hat and DEFCON upon us, we revisit a 2015 interview with Chris Valasek about his wireless, software based hack of a Chrysler Jeep Cherokee.
A new study released by Incognia that measures user friction in mobile financial apps yields important results about the fate of the password.
Extended Detection and Response (XDR) technology is gaining traction within enterprises. But how can organizations handle the increased volume of alerts XDR systems produce? Samuel Jones, of cyber AI firm Stellar Cyber, discusses how embracing incident-based systems can reduce the analyst burden of XDR technology, enabling companies to spot and respond to attacks more quickly.
Andrew Sellers, the Chief Technology Officer at QOMPLX joins us to unpack the revelations this week about APT 40, the Chinese group that the US has accused of a string of attacks aimed at stealing sensitive trade secrets. Also: is Salesforce the next SolarWinds