In this episode of the podcast, host Paul Roberts speaks with Colin O’Flynn, CTO and founder of the firm NewAE about his work to patch shoddy software on his home’s electric oven – and the bigger questions about owners rights to fix, tinker with or replace the software that powers their connected stuff.
A bunch of recent surveys of IT and security pros send a clear message: threats and risks from vulnerable software supply chains are real, and they’re starting to freak people out.
Removing the ability to automate against a vulnerable API is a huge step forward, as automation is a key enabler for both the exploitation and the extraction of large amounts of sensitive data.
In this Spotlight episode of the Security Ledger podcast, I interview Itsik Kesler, the CTO of the threat intelligence firm Kela about the evolution of threat intelligence and findings from the company’s latest State of Cybercrime Threat Intelligence report.
A school that never sleeps? Cameras that go dark? A dead company hacked back to life? Welcome to the growing Internet of Zombie devices that threatens the security of the Internet.