This week, Data security expert, David Taylor examines the TJX data breach and explains how companies can avoid a data breach crisis. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
This week, Mozilla security chief Window Snyder explains her organization’s patch process and compares it to the way Microsoft releases Internet Explorer patch bulletins. Also, a summary of the news.
This week, Yuval Ben-Itzhak, chief technology officer of Finjan Inc., explains the growing use of dynamic code obfuscation by hackers to hide malicious code. Also, Oracle releases 51 patches and antivirus vendor Sophos plans to acquire Endforce to add network access control to its product lineup.
This week, Andrew Storms of nCircle discusses Microsoft’s January patch release. Microsoft is doing the best it can, but concern exists about open Zero-day Word flaws, Storms says. Plus all the week’s top information security news.
In part two of our two-part special edition of Security Wire Weekly, site editor Eric Parizo reveals his picks for top information security interviews of 2006. Audio clips in this program include Andrew Braunberg of Current Analysis; Johannes Ullrich of the SANS Internet Storm Center; Mike Rothman of Security Incite and Brian Chess of Fortify Software.
In this special edition of Security Wire Weekly, senior news writer Bill Brenner reviews his top interviews of 2006. Highlights include Oracle’s Darius Wiles, SPI Dynamic’s Billy Hoffman, Dan Geer, vice president and chief scientist for security firm Verdasys and Randy Abrams of the Zero-Day Emergency Response Team (ZERT).
This week, Dan Blum, senior vice president and research director at the Burton Group, discusses the state of malware threats moving into 2007. Blum provides steps companies can take to protect against more sophisticated attacks. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
In this edition of Security Wire Weekly, Burton Group analyst Diana Kelley explains how to lock down messaging programs as part of our three-day special report on the subject. Also, a summary of the top news headlines.
This week, Mark Loveless, a white-hat hacker also known as “Simple Nomad,” talks about increasing mobile security threats. Loveless is a senior security researcher for Vernier Networks. Also, a summary of the week’s top news stories, including a new zero-day threat to Microsoft Word.
David Foote of Foote Research talks about the state of the security job market. Also, Apple releases 22 fixes for Mac OS X and a Russian spam group is suspected behind a recent email surge.