Today's podcast offers advice for those worried about misinformation during elections, reports on the discovery of another open database of personal information online, sextortion and cheating on exams
Today's podcast reports on the ability of Android users to log into Google services with a fingerprint, preventing ransomware from getting on your digital camera, unsecured personal data found on an Amazon storage site and more
Today's podcast covers another victim in medical billing recovery firm breach revealed, report says healthcare industry attacks increasing, Russia election Twitter campaign analyzed, and look up and smile.
Today's podcast looks at a cyber attack on the Weather Channel, an attack on a municipality in Maine, the conviction of a man for selling stolen credit and debit cards on the web and an unusual attack on a college's computers
Today's podcast covers a ransomware attack that forces doctors out, a Toronto man says he was target of police raid, payment card data stolen from U.S. restaurant chains and alleged social media election shenanigans overseas
Today's podcast reports on criminals stealing credit card data from infected websites, a report urging companies to toughen defences against mobile device attacks and the latest email package delivery scam
Citrix Systems is targeted in a state-sponsored cyber attack seeking government secrets. Meanwhile, the U.S. is struggling to find the security talent it needs in government. And why you might want to avoid the temptation to use your smartphone as a car key.
Why it’s the perfect time to encourage women to pursue careers in cyber security; a vulnerability is discovered in the world’s most-popular ecommerce platform; and a strange quirk is discovered by some surprised Android TV users.
Host Howard Solomon brings a preview of what themes cybersecurity professionals will be exploring at the biggest annual conference in the industry. With special guest Ryan Olson, Intelligence Director, Palo Alto Networks.