Welp, the hostage takers won this a round: a city in Florida paid up to get rid of some ransomware.
FDIC’s Howard Whyte and RedSeal’s Wayne Lloyd detail how network modeling of cloud and on-premise infrastructure help CIOs and security teams mitigate risk.
It was another week filled with M&A, venture and IPO talk.
The real fun is Greg and Jen finally talking about that 'Crypto' movie.
The U.S. government has been all over the map on Huawei. Google flubbed its password storage. And identity management is getting a ton of money.
What didn't go down this week? Intel chip flaws, Cisco server issues, WhatsApp exploits, Microsoft RDP issues, IPOs....it's all happening! In our interview, we talk to IDExperts CEO Tom Kelly about all the noise surrounding Facebook and what needs to be done to give social media users more privacy.
Among the things discussed this week: NSA tools being repurposed, the DOJ indicting or extraditing a ton of hackers, cryptocurrency being stolen, kinetic attacks, election security drama, dark web marketplaces, and multiple rounds of funding. Yeah, it was a busy week.
Jen and Greg discuss Trump's cybersecurity workforce executive order, the Vault7 accuser's preposterous civil rights filing, and Fiserv's latest lawsuit.
ES&S wants to pen test its way to better security. But that may not be the best way to go about it. Greg and Jen discuss.