Talking DerbyCon, spy chip whispers and Google's data breach | Salted Hash Ep 47

CSO Online | Oct 11, 2018 Steve Ragan and J.M. Porup catch up post-DerbyCon conference to discuss psychological issues in the infosec community, supply chain security and whether it's time to...

Mingis on Tech: Data breaches in a world of 'surveillance capitalism'

Computerworld | Oct 11, 2018 Facebook and Google recently acknowledged data breaches affecting millions of users. This won't be the last time that happens. CSO's J.M. Porup and Computerworld's Ken Mingis...

Cloud misconfiguration: The security threat too often overlooked

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How to enforce SSL in ASP.Net Core

Secure Sockets Layer—SSL for short—is a standard security protocol that is used to encrypt communications between a web server and a web browser. SSL is important! Without it, information that...

Apple's dropping Back To My Mac Remote Access. Here's an Alternative, Currently Discounted.

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How to secure your PostgreSQL database

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IDG Contributor Network: How enterprise knowledge graphs can proactively reduce risk

Traditional enterprise risk management consisted of reactive reactionary efforts to specific domains such as cyber security, fraud detection, regulatory compliance, and legal compliance. Often, the goal was simply to minimize,...

IDG Contributor Network: Replication isn’t data protection. Here’s why

As data sets explode, more organizations are turning to disk-to-disk replication as an alternative to traditional tape backup workflows. Unfortunately, the benefits of replication are often outweighed by the risks...

Linus Torvalds: Changes in hardware change Linux development

In Linux Version 4.19, Linux’s developers had to deal with a hardware security bug, an issue that was particuarly frustrating becasue it was someone else’s bug. But  hopes that such...

VirusTotal Intelligence, a search engine for malware | Salted Hash Ep 45

In this episode, host Steve Ragan talks with Karl Hiramoto, technical solutions consultant for VirusTotal, maker of VirusTotal Intelligence, a searchable detection tool for malware.

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