Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 29:33 — 33.8MB)Subscribe: Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSIn this week’s podcast: Facebook revealed that a breach affected 50 million accounts and as many as 90 million users. Is complexity at the root of the social media giant’s troubles? We speak with Gary McGraw of the firm Synopsys about it. Also: BIOS-based malware has been demonstrated at security conferences for years. Last week, the security firm ESET warned that it identified a sample in the wild. Even worse: the Russian Hacking Group Fancy Bear was believed to be responsible. We’ll talk to firmware security expert Giovanni Vigna of the firm Lastline about the truth and hype around LoJax and other firmware based attacks.
As new risks emerge, security and risk management are converging and driving the development of integrated risk management, writes David Walter, the Vice President of RSA’s Archer division.
At an exercise in Boston that imagined a cyber attack designed to disrupt an important election in a “swing state,” voting machines were not an issue.
Botnets mounting credential-stuffing attacks against the financial industry are on the rise, with a more than 20-percent uptick in a two-month period, a new report from Akamai has found.
In this interview with The Security Ledger, Amy Blackshaw of RSA talks about how the company’s RSA Netwitness SIEM product is evolving to keep pace with a fast -evolving security market. Job 1: use machine learning and automation to allow customers to make the best use of their human resources.