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episode 9: AWS in Orbit: Extending the resilient edge to space. [T-Minus AWS in Orbit]


We speak to AWS Aerospace and Satellite, and Iridium about extending the resilient edge to space.


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episode 11: Encore: Stu Sjouwerman: Trying for a win, win, win game. [CEO] [Career Notes]


Founder and CEO Stu Sjouwerman takes us on a journey of how his career developed from starting a software service company to currently focusing on the infosec side of the business where his team essentially helps to create human firewalls. Stu talks about learning all aspects of the business while creating startups and suggests you learn to speak the language of the area you are looking to get into. He even touches on predicting the future and taking over the world...


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episode 8: AWS in Orbit: Building a resilient outernet. [T-Minus AWS in Orbit]


We speak to AWS Aerospace and Satellite, and Rivada Space Networks about enabling secure point-to-point global connectivity, and the opportunities of establishing a low-latency optical-link communication mesh network in low earth orbit.


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episode 325: Breaking down a a high-severity vulnerability in Kubernetes. [Research Saturday]


Tomer Peled, a Security & Vulnerability Researcher from Akamai is sharing their work on "What a Cluster: Local Volumes Vulnerability in Kubernetes." This research focuses on a high-severity vulnerability in Kubernetes, allowing for remote code execution with system privileges on all Windows endpoints within a Kubernetes cluster...


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episode 2045: Privacy, power, and the path forward.


Section 702 edges closer to a vote. CISA provides guidance on Sisense and Microsoft breaches. A major conservative think tank reports a breach. Obsolete D-Link devices are under active exploitation, and Palo Alto warns of a zero-day. Raspberry Robin grows more stealthy. A lastpass employee thwarts a deepfake phishing attempt. Are AI models growing more persuasive? Our guest Kevin Magee from Microsoft Canada joins us to talk about cross domain prompt injection and AI...


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episode 60: Cyber Talent Insights: Navigating the landscape for enterprise organizations. (Part 1 of 3) [Special Edition]


Join us for this special three-part series where the N2K Cyber Talent Insights team guides you through effective strategies to develop your cybersecurity team, helping you stay ahead in the constantly changing cybersecurity landscape.  In the first episode of the series on cybersecurity workforce development, we dive into the complex world of cyber workforce management and planning, particularly as it pertains to the perspective of the enterprise...


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episode 2044: Apple's worldwide warning on mercenary attacks.


Apple warns targeted users of mercenary spyware attacks. CISA expands its Malware Next-Gen service to the private sector. US Cyber Command chronicles their “hunt forward” operations. Taxi fleets leak customer data. Trend Micro tracks DeuterBear malware. The BatBadBut vulnerability enables command injection on Windows. Cybercriminals manipulate GitHub's search functionality. Scully Spider may be utilizing AI generated Powershells scripts. A study from ISC2 shed’s light on salary disparities...


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episode 2043: From deadlock to debate on a revised Section 702 bill.


The House moves forward on Section 702 reauthorization. Ukraine suspends a top cybersecurity official. A Wisconsin health coop suffers a data breach. Sophos uncovers a malicious backdoor. Fortinet issues patches for critical and high severity vulnerabilities. A Microsoft server exposed employee passwords, keys, and credentials. LG releases patches to secure smart TVs. The IMF warns of cyberattacks potential to trigger bank runs. It was a busy patch Tuesday...


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episode 2042: Unraveling a healthcare ransomware web.


Change Healthcare gets hit with another ransom demand. A French football team warns fans of a cyberattack. The Home Depot breach is chalked up to a misconfigured SaaS application. The FCC looks to sure up car connectivity security to protect survivors of domestic violence. Targus reports a disruptive cyberattack. A massive doxxing event hits El Salvador. India's top audio and wearables brand investigates a customer data breach. The Israeli military jams GPS...


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episode 2041: A possible breakthrough in data privacy legislation.


Might there be motion from Congress on data privacy legislation? Maryland passes a pair of privacy bills. A database allegedly from the EPA shows up on Russian cybercrime forums. HHS issues an alert for the Healthcare and Public Health sectors. CISA gears up for their Cyber Storm. A leading UK veterinary service provider suffers a cyber incident. A hardcoded backdoor is discovered in deprecated Network Attached Storage devices. NSA’s new cybersecurity director takes the reins...


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