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Securiosity: A month's worth of news, packed into a week
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.
Securiosity: Move fast and break things, for real
Jen and Greg discuss Trump's cybersecurity workforce executive order, the Vault7 accuser's preposterous civil rights filing, and Fiserv's latest lawsuit.
Securiosity: You can't pentest an election
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.
Securiosity: The world is hacked
Operations around the world were unearthed this week. Brazil, India, Iran, Ukraine...you name the country, and we will tell you the infosec issue.
Securiosity: Is Julian Assange really a hacker?
Greg & Jen debate what the charges against Julian Assange really mean, a new plan to get people into the infosec workforce and a whole new spin on the word “cyberspace."
Securiosity: OPSEC fail of the year?
People are just waltzing into Mar-A-Lago with thumb drives full of malware. Probably should be frowned upon, but we live in wild times.