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July 17, 2012  10:51 PM

Black Hat 2012 hackers to pick apart mobile

Posted by: Robert Westervelt
Android mobile security, Black Hat, hacking, mobile device security, mobile security, Security Squad

The SearchSecurity editorial team preview some of the mobile sessions at the 2012 Black Hat Briefings in Las Vegas. Researchers will be picking apart all the major mobile platforms, NFC payment technology, and uncovering weaknesses in cellular architectures. Apple will speaking publicly for the...

June 11, 2012  9:00 PM

Demystifying nation-state attacks and their impact

Posted by: Robert Westervelt
cybercriminals, cyberespionage, cyberwarfare, Security Squad

Jim Lewis of CSIS and Stephen Cobb of ESET join the SearchSecurity team in a discussion about the impact that nation-state attacks have on the security industry and the way businesses secure their systems. Stuxnet, Flame and Duqu are being linked to state-sponsored cyber activities, but the real...

April 25, 2012  8:40 PM

2012 Verizon DBIR lessons overshadowed by hype

Posted by: Robert Westervelt
Security Squad, Security Wire Weekly, Verizon DBIR 2012

In this edition of Security Squad, the editors discusses the 2012 Verizon DBIR findings that have been hyped and misconstrued and why only 8% of organizations make a breach discovery with internal technologies. Also, a discussion on how the message delivered at a recent conference by several...

March 8, 2012  1:10 PM

Big data or big security buzz word?

Posted by: Robert Westervelt
RSA 2012, RSA Conference 2012, Security Squad

Pete Lindstrom of Spire Security joins the editorial team in a discussion about the themes that emerged at RSA Conference 2012. Big data resonated at this year's conference, but what does it mean? Also, the team talks about the specter of mobile security and whether application security gets...

February 15, 2012  11:02 PM

RSA Preview – The Erosion of Digital Trust

Posted by: Robert Westervelt
RSA Conference 2012, Security Squad

The SearchSecurity team previews the 2012 RSA Conference. Hacktivism and numerous high-profile...

January 3, 2012  6:36 PM

Security wins and fails of 2011 – Digital trust is bust, vendor research in context

Posted by: Robert Westervelt
digital certificate breach, Operation Shady RAT, Security Squad, threat planning

In part two of this two-part podcast, special guest Andrew Jaquith of Perimeter E-Security...

December 22, 2011  8:00 PM

2011 security wins and fails – Android app security, data breach management

Posted by: Robert Westervelt
Android app security, Android mobile security, Android security, Android security issues, data breach management, mobile device protection, mobile device security, mobile device security risks, mobile device security threats, Mobile platform security, security industry trends, Security Squad

In part one of this two-part podcast, special guest Andrew Jaquith of...

October 14, 2011  6:41 PM

The value of CISSP certification

Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
CISSP, mobile device security, mobile security, Security Squad, Symantec, zero-day

The SearchSecurity team discusses the value of CISSP certification, a Symantec report outlining the...

September 8, 2011  6:30 PM

Squad: SSL certs and Sophos antivirus weaknesses

Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Security Squad, SSL

The SearchSecurity team talks about the latest certificate authority breach putting digital...

June 30, 2011  2:54 PM

Lulzec and its impact on information security

Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
data security breach, Lulzsec, Security Squad editors discuss whether Lulzsec’s activities have prompted any changes from the...

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