This week, Andrew Christensen, a researcher with FortConsult, explains how the Tor peer-to-peer network of routers, which keeps IP addresses private, can be hacked to reveal user data. Also, Microsoft deals with zero-day threats and Symantec will revamp its technical support forums. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
DBA Jon Emmons talks about the state of Oracle security and summarizes this week’s news, including new threats targeting Windows and Firefox 2.0.
Andreas Wiegenstein, chief technology officer of Virtual Forge, talks about the top application security threats. Also, a recap of the week’s news, including Microsoft’s plan to open up Sender ID and infected iPods threatening corporate networks.
The SANS Institute’s Stephen Northcutt talks about Microsoft’s tussle with security vendors over Windows Vista. Also, a recap of the week’s news, including Oracle’s latest patches, a threat to Toshiba Bluetooth wireless device drivers and a discouraging report on data security in the federal government.
Forrester Research analyst Jonathan Penn talks about the challenges mid-market IT pros face in developing a strong ID and access management program. Also: The latest news, including Microsoft’s monthly patch release, and a new phishing threat.
This week, Yankee Group’s Chris Liebert joins us to talk about intrusion defense challenges and strategies for midsize companies. Plus all the week’s top news and why secure electronic voting may be the big loser in next month’s elections. Listen now on your computer or download to your favorite music device.
Randy Abrams of the Zero-Day Emergency Response Team (ZERT) talks about third-party patching. Also, Microsoft releases an early patch for IE, Symantec releases a new threat report and a new worm targets Windows.
Current Analysis Senior Analyst Andrew Braunberg talks about the network access control interoperability plans for Cisco’s NAC and Microsoft’s NAP architectures and what the partnership will mean for enterprise security pros. Plus all the week’s top news and why Hewlett-Packard’s alleged pretexters might never be punished.
SPI Dynamics’ Michael Sutton talks about this month’s Microsoft security patches. Also the latest news about flaws in Apple QuickTime and Adobe Flash Player, the limits of NAC-NAP interoperability and jail time for two of the men behind last year’s Zotob attack.