SSCC 103 - Mandiant report, iOS coders owned, Twitter accounts hacked, and more...

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Have you joined thousands of others, and become a loyal listener to the "Chet Chat" yet?

Sophos has been recording security-related podcasts since 2006.

One of our most popular shows is the regular "Chet Chat" series, hosted by Senior Security Advisor Chester Wisniewski.

Chet discusses the latest security news with a series of experts, and offers actionable advice on what you and your company should do about it.

The latest "Chet Chat", episode 103, features Chet and popular guest Paul "Duck" Ducklin, who bring you their customary and entertaining mixture of insight, expertise, scepticism, and advice:

Listen now:

(24 February 2013, duration 15:24 minutes, size 9.3 MBytes)

Download now:

Sophos Security Chet Chat #103 (MP3)

The Chet Chat typically lasts about 15 minutes, so why not make it a regular quarter-hour in your lunchtime security fix, or listen to it as part of your commute?

And why not take a look at the back-catalogue of Sophos Podcasts in our archive? We have loads of interesting stuff for your listening pleasure.

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One Response to SSCC 103 - Mandiant report, iOS coders owned, Twitter accounts hacked, and more...

  1. Nigel · 553 days ago

    "The Chet Chat typically lasts about 15 minutes, so why not make it a regular quarter-hour in your lunchtime security fix, or listen to it as part of your commute?"

    Well, my commute is from my bedroom, through the kitchen past the coffeemaker, and then on to my home office. So, that’s out for me. But the concept of "...your lunchtime security fix" --- now that’s a handy suggestion I can use! I usually eat lunch at my computer workstation anyway, so a bit of entertaining security expertise should make a fine accompaniment to the mid-day repast.

    Thanks for a great suggestion, Duck!

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Paul Ducklin is a passionate security proselytiser. (That's like an evangelist, but more so!) He lives and breathes computer security, and would be happy for you to do so, too. Paul won the inaugural AusCERT Director's Award for Individual Excellence in Computer Security in 2009. Follow him on Twitter: @duckblog