Find out why the SANS Institute says the Titan Rain attacks illustrate the need for better IT security training, why Uncle Sam may need to show more infosecurity leadership, and how thwarting biometrics may be little more than child’s play.
New worms plague AIM users; Microsoft’s latest security issues; how a popular shoe retailer is taking steps to prevent future data thefts and why Wikipedia is getting serious about securing content. Listen on your PC or download to you favorite mobile device.
This week, a new danger courtesy of two “alleged” celebrities; a controversial survey that suggests security has fallen six years behind, plus how authorities nabbed a thief who never grew up.
Security risks created by Sony BMG Music Entertainment’s rootkit-based copy protection software may be nothing compared to a flaw that appears when someone tries to use the tool Sony made available to uninstall it.
In other news:
– Prolific Sober worm is on the move again
– Why keyloggers are becoming an indispensable tool for online fraudsters
– Which new high-risk vulnerability is affecting IPsec VPNs?
This week, a new Linux worm is winding its way through cyberspace;Why J-Lo’s CDs may be dangerous;An infamous adware firm cleaning up its act?