This edition of the podcast doesn't hold back. We ask "Can someone be hacked out of business?" and as usual we don't really like the answers we come up with. While Martin, Rob and I have been in most every aspect of security for just over a combined 3 decades, we end up with a conslusion that I don't think any of us are comfortable with ...at least not that we were willing to say out loud, until now. So is it possible? Is DigiNotar being "hacked out of business" as Dark Reading suggests all FUD? Listen and find out where we go with this topic!
- Rob Hale (UK) - An entrepreneur and industry commentator, Rob has over 12 years of experience working in the Security industry, with integrators, channel partners and vendors, providing advice and solutions for Enterprises & Government agencies to secure their networks, systems and data from internal and external threats.
- Martin McKeay - Security Evangelist, Akamai
- Rafal Los (aka the "Wh1t3 Rabbit) - HP Enterprise & Cloud Security Strategist
- The DarkReading story that started us thinking: http://www.darkreading.com/authentication/167901072/security/attacks-breaches/231601790/diginotar-hacked-out-of-business.html
- The company Rob brought up which actually was hacked out of business (Distribute IT)- http://risky.biz/distributeit