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Speculation is rampant about who attacked Sony and for what reasons. Many are pointing fingers at North Korea. Talk Security podcast hosts Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the reasons for and against blaming the Hermit Kingdom for a recent and devastating breach of Sony Picture Entertainment’s computer systems.

Direct download: Sony_Hack_Talk_Security_Podcast.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 8:00am EST

 

Talk Security podcast hosts Brian Donohue and Chris Brook are back with the news edition of the Talk Security podcast, discussing the Regin APT attack platform and the movement toward encrypting everything on the Internet as well as this month's bugs, malware and data breaches.

Direct download: Talk_Security_112514_Final.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 8:00am EST

 

Talk Security podcast hosts Chris Brook and Brian Donohue of Threatpost discuss the recently publicized Dark Hotel advanced persistent threat campaign, which seeks to infect the machines of corporate executives as they connect to hotel networks while traveling around the world for work. Also discussed is the much talked about WireLurker Apple malware and the iOS Masque vulnerability that enabled it.

Direct download: Talk_Security_Podcast-_DarkHotel_and_WireLurker.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 10:52am EST

Brian Donohue and Chris Brook discuss late breaking news of an announcement from Drupal warning customers that they should assume their sites have been compromised unless they installed an update from mid-October withing hours of release. This and more in the October edition of the Talk Security monthly news round-up podcast.

Direct download: Talk_Security_Monthly_News_October_2014.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 1:28pm EST

 

In the inaugural edition of our recently rebranded Talk Security podcast, Brian Donohue and Chris Brook of Threatpost discuss the Home Depot data breach, how the iCloud celebrity photo leak affected the Launch of the iPhone 6, the end of the trustworthy computing era at Microsoft, and, of course, the Internet-wide bug in Bash, dubbed Shellshock, affecting Linux and Unix systems.

Direct download: Talk_Security_Podcast_930_final.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 1:23pm EST

In the news this month: the world’s premier security conferences, Black Hat and DEF CON, take center stage to open August; more advanced persistent threats emerge in China and elsewhere; malware is using webmail to communicate; and a bizarre tale surrounding a brief outage on Sony’s PlayStation Network. Threatpost’s Brian Donohue and Chris Brook review these stories and more in this August 2014 edition of the Kaspersky Daily podcast.

 
Direct download: August_2014_Kaspersky_Daily_Monthly_News_Podcast.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 12:00pm EST

In the news this month, Microsoft stirs controversy with its latest botnet takedown, China spies on the U.S. seeking information about policy in Iraq, Verizon’s latest transparency report suggests the government is most interested in location data, and hackers compromise defense contractors involved with Israel’s “Iron Dome” missile system.

 
Direct download: July_2014_monthly_podcast_final.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 12:00pm EST

June was a busy month, so Chris Brook and Brian Donohue will discuss hacks and data breaches affecting a number of prominent brands, some interesting privacy and cryptography news from the tech giants, and, of course, we'll check in on the mobile security scene as well. However we begin with Heartbleed:

Direct download: June2014monthlynewspodcastfinal.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 12:00pm EST

Chris Brook of Threatpost and Brian Donohue discuss the security news happenings from the month of May, including good and bad news for privacy from the tech giants, an inordinate number of data breaches, the emergence of mobile ransomware, and more:

Direct download: May-2014-KD-News-Podcast-Final-Cut.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 12:00pm EST

In the news this month, a serious security vulnerability – dubbed Heartbleed – emerges in OpenSSL, one of the Web’s most widely deployed cryptographic tools. Microsoft ships the last security fixes to its once-ubiquitous Windows XP operating system. Apple resolves its own similar but separate cryptography vulnerabilities. In addition, we've got more data breaches and, as always, more Android news.

Direct download: KD-April-2014-Monthly-News-Podcast-Final-cut.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 12:00pm EST