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Episode 176: Security Alarms in Census II Open Source Audit. Also: The New Face of Insider Threats with Code42
Joe Payne the CEO of Code42 joins us to talk about how the challenge of data breach prevention is changing. And: we do a deep dive on the recent Census II audit of open source.Related Stories
Small and medium-sized businesses find themselves in the cross hairs of sophisticated hacking groups. Improved identity and access management (IAM) tools are critical to keeping hackers at bay. But what do SMBs want? A LastPass survey of IT leaders has some valuable clues.
In this Spotlight episode of the Podcast, sponsored* by ForAllSecure we speak with CEO David Brumley about application "fuzzing" and how advancements in machine learning technology are allowing security researchers to find more and more serious vulnerabilities faster. The challenge now, Brumley says, is to keep up with the machines.
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In this episode of The Security Ledger Podcast (Episode #175), sponsored by Digicert: its been three years since the hacks made famous during the 2016 election, but online campaigns still struggle with basic security. Andrew Peterson of the firm Signal Sciences joins us to talk about why. Also: in part 2 of our podcast we’re joined by Dan...Related Stories
Artificial intelligence and machine learning hold great promise for both defenders and attackers, making it one of the most important security trends to follow in 2020, says Gerald Beuchelt, the CISO of LogMeIn.*
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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security warned of critical vulnerabilities in a range of products by GE. We speak with Elad Luz, the head of research at CyberMDX, which discovered the holes.
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