Security Wire Weekly


April 26, 2006  3:54 PM

Security Wire Weekly: DOD security

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Jay Heiser, a research vice president at Stamford, Conn.-based Gartner Inc. talks about his controversial column asserting that the defense community is no longer a viable information security role model, plus all the top news and why spam blocking is an art and a science. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.

April 19, 2006  3:55 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Product testing

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Opus One Senior Partner and Information Security magazine Contributing Editor Joel Snyder talks about the complexities of product testing, plus all the top information security news and why data theft may not cause pain and suffering after all. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


April 12, 2006  3:56 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Microsoft updates

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SANS Internet Storm Center Chief Research Officer Johannus Ullrich regarding Microsoft’s latest set of software patches, plus all the top information security news and why Wi-Fi might get you stabbed. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


April 5, 2006  3:57 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Third party patching

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Determina’s Nand Mulchandani about third-party patching for the latest Internet Explorer flaw; plus news on a new Symantec report on smartphone security, a look at how IT security played out at the 2006 Winter Olympics and a legal battle over Verizon’s spam-blocking efforts. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


March 29, 2006  3:58 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Snort

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Kansas City Snort User Group Founder Russ Starr talks about the future of Snort amid the recent collapse of the Check Point-Sourcefire deal, plus details on an upcoming Microsoft fix, Google’s recent court victory and looking for love in all the wrong places. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


March 22, 2006  4:05 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Microsoft flaws

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This week Senior News Writer Bill Brenner details exploits targeting the latest Microsoft flaws, a hacking challenge that’s raising eyebrows and a warning about Google that shouldn’t be ignored. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


March 22, 2006  4:01 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Government security

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Cyber Security Industry Alliance Executive Director Paul Kurtz talks about the troubled state of government security and what it means to enterprises, plus details on a pair of new IE flaws, and are AV firms addressing threats fast enough? Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


March 15, 2006  4:02 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Google privacy

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Yankee Group’s Jennifer Simpson discusses Google’s fight to keep its search records private, plus details on Microsoft’s latest patches, Apple’s continuing headaches and why the CIA is cursing the Web. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


March 8, 2006  4:03 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Sourcefire

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Forrester’s Paul Stamp on Check Point’s beleaguered Sourcefire acquisition, plus details on a new Symantec report, Apple’s latest black eye and why BlackBerry never squeezed security pros. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


March 1, 2006  4:04 PM

Security Wire Weekly: Mac OS security

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Security guru Winn Schwartau talks about Mac OS security in the enterprise, plus details on a new ‘Crossover’ mobile malcode, an out-of-cycle Oracle patch and an a $50 million Internet scam gets busted. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.


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