Tag: cyber security

Soleimani Funeral Procession

Episode 173: Iran’s Cyber Payback for Soleimani Killing may have a Long Fuse

As it weighs further response to the assassination of General Qasem Soleimani, Iran is almost certain to consider the use of cyber attacks. We talk with Levi Gundert at the firm Recorded Future about what cyber “payback” from Tehran might look like.

Firefighter battles blaze in Southern California

Spotlight Podcast: RSA President Rohit Ghai warns Digital Transformation is magnifying Enterprise Risk

In this interview, recorded at the RSA* Charge conference, RSA President Rohit Ghai talks about some of the ways that digital organizations have to adapt to- and address risks introduced by new transformative technologies like machine learning, multi cloud environments and robotics and other “digital transformation” initiatives.

Justin Trudeau Artification

Episode 165: Oh, Canada! Independent Security Researchers Feel the Chill Up North

In this episode of the podcast (#165), we look at the challenges faced by independent security researchers in Canada. We talk with 19 year-old Noah Clements of University of New Brunswick about the blowback he received after reporting a serious hole in a smart doorbell. Also, staff attorney Tamir Israel from the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) joins us to talk about the still evolving legal picture for independent security researchers in Canada.

Explained: Two-Factor vs. Multi-Factor Authentication

It may seem like two-factor authentication and multi-factor authentication are the same. They’re not, explains Yaser Masoudnia, the Senior Director of Product Management at LastPass.*

Do Cities deserve Federal Disaster Aid after Cyber Attacks?

As cyber attacks on municipalities mount, is it time to start treating them like the manmade disasters they are?