Ash-trapped - Sophos Security Chet Chat 5 and 6

Filed Under: Apple, Google, Malware, Mobile, Podcast, Vulnerability

Sean Richmond - SophOz

Well, like many other Sophites I have spent some unexpected time in Europe this week. Fortunately for me, I was able to tour a bit of my homeland (Poland) and only be diverted a few days from my regular schedule. Of course, this means I have been unable to blog at my regular intervals.

Nearly 2 weeks ago I was able to sit down with Sean Richmond of Sophos Australia (SophOz) and record our regular weekly podcast from Berlin. In episode 5 Sean and I discuss the new auto-updating functions in Adobe Reader/Acrobat, iPhone SDK v4, and some new malware hitting the Windows Mobile platform.

Download and listen to "Sophos Security Chet Chat episode 5 with Sean Richmond"


If you enjoy this podcast you can download many more via iTunes or directly from our website.

St Joseph's church Krakow

This week Ashek Kreowski from Sophos UK and I had a chat in Krakow, Poland. We briefly discussed the news that Google's authentication source code may have been compromised in the Project Aurora attacks last January, and the continuing problem of blackhat SEO. Those of you with an attention to detail may hear me misspeak that I am in Warsaw... I wasn't.

Download and listen to "Sophos Security Chet Chat episode 6 with Ashek Kreowski"


If you enjoy this podcast you can download many more via iTunes or directly from our website.

Tonight I am flying out from Warsaw to London to attend InfoSec Europe. If you will be attending, stop by the Sophos booth and say hello. I will be recording next week's Chet Chat with a special guest from Sophos UK, I hope you stop by and either download or subscribe to our RSS.

Creative Commons image of St. Jospeh's cathedral courtesy of Jerzyw's Flickr photostream.

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About the author

Chester Wisniewski is a Senior Security Advisor at Sophos Canada. He provides advice and insight into the latest threats for security and IT professionals with the goal of providing clear guidance on complex topics. You can follow Chester on Twitter as @chetwisniewski, on App.net as Chester, Chester Wisniewski on Google Plus or send him an email at chesterw@sophos.com.