Mon, 26 January 2015
Episode 151 -
Tonight, the gang dodged the snow for long enough to talk about some of the stories that have come out in the past week or two.
Can we finally quantify risk?
Security budgets seem to be on the rise according to Ponemon:
Filed under "Duh..."
There are lots of potential changes to the CFAA, what can you do?
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Mon, 12 January 2015
Episode 150 - Not Quite Explicit The gang is back after their holiday break, and it sure was nice that nothing big happened between episodes, right? Right? Now, we're not tackling Sony in this episode, but there was still plenty to discuss. Microsoft is ending Advanced Patch Notification Service for everyone except for certain support levels. http://windowsitpro.com/security/microsoft-ends-advanced-patch-notification-service-and-slams-google-early-warning-policy Microsoft and Google are starting up the disclosure discussion all over again. http://blog.erratasec.com/2015/01/a-call-for-better-vulnerability-response.html http://blogs.technet.com/b/msrc/archive/2015/01/11/a-call-for-better-coordinated-vulnerability-disclosure.aspx http://www.csoonline.com/article/2867534/vulnerabilities/microsoft-blasts-google-for-vulnerability-disclosure-policy.html Surprise surprise, politicians are calling for regulation of technology. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/12/us/politics/obama-to-call-for-laws-covering-data-hacking-and-student-privacy.html If you’d like to subscribe, you can find the RSS feed here: http://sfspodcast.libsyn.com/rss or on iTunes. And if you have any feedback, questions, or comments, drop us a comment here or find us at @SFSPodcast on Twitter.