Transatlantic Cable Podcast

In this week's episode, Dave and Jeff take a look at how cars are becoming more connected, and how car manufacturers are looking to cash in on it.  Also on the podcast this week: a text that can crash your iPhone messenger app, VR porn password problems and GDPR.  Tune in!

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On this special edition podcast, I talk with Sergey Golovanov about the upcoming SAS conference. We discuss the history of the conference, why you should attend along with why you may want to sign up his training on analyzing APT. Sign up here.

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In this week's episode, Dave and I take a look at how phishing emails are being used to target hospitals and the South Korean winter Olympics as well as how a prankster is broadcasting F**k the police on a police radio station. We also discuss how Apple is being urged to tackle smartphone addiction.  Tune in! 

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In this week's episode, Dave and I delve into the world of Alexa, looking at how Amazon is planning to monetize the service, as well as how the UK police force is looking at ways to use the voice app.  Also in this week's episode, we take a look at the Meltdown and Spectre bugs that everybody is talking about as well as how Android devices are tracking your every move, even after turning location services off.

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In this week's special new year's episode, Dave and I look at what IT security resolutions we should all look to adopt - from backing up more frequently to ditching the connected toys.  

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In this week's festive episode, Dave and I take a look at school heating, what Google is doing to help combat fake news, Mozilla's woes and how a researcher is using Twitter to predict traffic jams.  Tune in!

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In this week's episode, Dave and I discuss heating homes with Bitcoins, how ransomware took out a whole county, Facebook comments and Starbucks Wi-Fi using your laptop as a crypto-currency miner.  Tune in!

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In this week's episode, Dave and I talk about the blockchain, cryptokitties (yes, they're a thing), MP password problems, 2-factor authentication ear-rings and more. 

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In this week's episode, Dave and I dive into the threat predictions for 2018.  Looking at connected (and vulnerable) cars, ransomware, crypto-mining malware and finally a novelty security camera for your kids... yes, really.

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In this week's episode, Dave and I talk about people powered internet in Detroit, Germany destroying smart watches, Amazon Key (again!) and car infotainment systems.

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In this week's episode, David and I discuss Facebook's attempt to tackle revenge porn, sad robots, Netfix phishing scams (and how best to avoid them) and gaming keyboards with key-logging software installed.

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In this week's episode, we talk USB sticks, Heathrow security, Hollywood hacking, WordPress vulnerabilities and the new iPhone X

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In this episode, we talk about the recent breach at a plastic surgery in London, dating apps, Pixie two-factor authentication and the Amazon key.

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In this week's episode, we discuss autonomous pizza delivery, Doxtagram and victims being able to sue Yahoo! for their data breaches. 

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In this week’s podcast, Kaspersky Lab's Jeff Esposito and David Buxton discuss scams related to Hurricane Harvey relief, why you should change your Instagram password, and the fact that there are no free tickets to paradise on WhatsApp.

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Threatpost journalists Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss security and privacy at Google's I/O conference, the IRS and Carefirst BlueCross BlueShield Data Breach, the potential end to Sections 215 of the PATRIOT Act and more in this latest edition of the Talk Security podcast.

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Threatpost reporters Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss recent security headlines, including a contentious new Executive Order, the Dyre banking scheme, Github’s distributed denial of service troubles, the sale of hacked Uber accounts, Edward Snowden on Last Week Tonight, Snapchat’s first transparency report, a cool YouTube hack and more.

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Threatpost reporters Chris Brook and Brian Donohue revisit last week's Security Analyst Summit, an event put on by Kaspersky Lab in Cancun, Mexico. Talks of interest include the Kaspersky Lab Global Research and Analysis team's Equation advanced persistent threat group, David Jacoby's home hacking and more.

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In this talk security podcast, Chris Brook and Brian Donohue of Threatpost discuss the upcoming Kaspersky Lab Security Analyst Summit, Flash zero days, the Ghost vulnerability and the Anthem breach.

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Threatpost’s Brian Donohue and Chris Brook discuss a tiff between Microsoft and Google, a $10 USB keystroke logger and more in this January edition of the Talk Security podcast.

 

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

 
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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.

 
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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:

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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:

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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.

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In the news this month: more transparency reports, Microsoft zero days, data breaches, and NSA revelations. WhatsApp – the popular global messaging service – is acquired by Facebook, much to the chagrin of privacy advocates. There’s continued trouble for critical infrastructure systems, as well. A lot of great news stories out of CanSecWest and the affiliated Pwn2Own contest. Brian Donohue and Chris Brook discuss these stories and more.

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Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue rounds up the latest security news from the month of January 2014.

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Firefox mandates in its latest update that all Java plug-ins will operate on a click-to-play basis.Google removes a key privacy feature and fixes a serious vulnerability in its Android Operating system. American Retail giant Target suffers a massive data breach, exposing some 40 million credit and debit cards. Brian Donohue and Threatpost’s Chris Brook discuss all this and more in the December monthly news podcast.

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Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue rounds up the latest security news from the month of November 2013.

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Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue rounds up the latest security news from the month of October 2013.

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Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue rounds up the latest security news from the month of October 2013.

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Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue interviews Sergey Golovanov (Principal Security Engineer, Global Research and Analysis Team of Kaspersky Lab) about the potential threats you face when banking online and how to protect yourself.

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Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue rounds up the latest security news from the month of September 2013.

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Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue explains two-factor authentication

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Kaspersky Lab’s Brian Donohue explains the latest on mobile hacks on Blackhat

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Denis Maslennikov explains the vulnerabilities and possible threats of mobile banking apps.

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