This week, IT professional Alphonse Edouard discusses what he’s doing to prepare his company for this weekend’s change to daylight-saving time, and whether it will interfere with his security patching. Plus, a troubled McAfee hires a new CEO and Mozilla fixes another Firefox flaw. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
In this special edition of Security wire weekly, database security expert Amichai Shulman explains why attackers are targeting communication protocols to gain access to critical files.
In Episode 1 of SearchSecurity.com’s Newsmaker podcast series, researcher David Maynor talks about the threat to laptop wireless cards and the stir a demonstration caused at last year’s Black Hat conference. Listen to our Newsmaker Rapid-fire Q&A segment. (Runtime: 13:43)
1:13 – Some people complained that Apple was being unfairly targeted.
2:51 – The flaws discovered as a result of the Black Hat presentation.
4:47 – The response from security vendors when notified of a wireless problem.
8:41 – Maynor explains the biggest threats to enterprises.
11:00 – Newsmaker rapid-fire Q&A.
This week, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner talks to security luminary Howard Schmidt about his new book and recaps the week’s news headlines.
This week, IT administrator Susan Bradley discusses the potential security implications of changes to Daylight Savings Time. Also, a summary of the week’s news.
This week, Yankee Group analyst Andrew Jaquith discusses his new book on security metrics and highlights the themes that emerged from RSA Conference 2007. Also, a discussion about Microsoft’s recent batch of patches.
RSA Conference 2007 attendees talk about issues with Microsoft NAP and Cisco NAC, the viability of investing in Windows Vista, identity management, authentication, Web services security, and Web 2.0 attacks. Take the pulse of this week’s event in this special edition of Security Wire Weekly.
Eugene Kaspersky, co-developer of Kaspersky Anti-Virus and co-founder of Russia’s Kaspersky Lab, talks with Information Security magazine Editor Michael S. Mimoso about the state of the antivirus market, the need for a new Interpol-like organization to fight cybercrime and why he’s confident Microsoft won’t be a significant force in the AV realm for a long time to come. Download this special edition of Security Wire Weekly.
While RSA Security’s Art Coviello believes industry consolidation and product simplification are inevitable, information security pros explain why it’s hard to imagine a day when all of an organization’s security needs can be served by one infrastructure provider. Listen to this special edition of Security Wire Weekly from RSA Conference 2007.
Was 2007 the last time Bill Gates will headline the RSA Conference? Information Security magazine’s Michael S. Mimoso explains why this may be the Microsoft chairman’s RSA swan song, and conference attendees share their reaction to the software giant’s refined security strategy. Listen to this special edition of Security Wire Weekly.