Sophos Security Chet Chat – Episode 195 – April 21, 2015
Here’s our latest security podcast, featuring Sophos experts and Naked Security writers Chester Wisniewski and Paul Ducklin.
This week, Chester is at the RSA Conference 2015, and the podcast was recorded right from Sophos’s booth.
Get a feel for the vibe of conference, hear about the themes that are important this year, and, of course, catch up on the latest security news:
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In this episode of the Chet Chat
- [00’19”] Introducing RSA 2015
- [00’57”] When Penguins Attack!
- [02’10”] RSA Conference 2015 – first impressions
- [03’51”] Google fixes “comment cloning” YouTube bug
- [06’02”] US whistleblowers vulnerable to eavesdropping
- [08’56”] Dyreza, the malware that discriminates against old computers
Other podcasts you might like
- Chet Chat 194 – Patch early? Patch often? No, “Patch NOW!”
- Sophos Techknow – Understanding SSL
- Sophos Techknow – Understanding Vulnerabilities
5 comments on “SSCC 195 – Let’s talk security (over HTTPS, of course) [PODCAST]”
Hi Paul, are we running a competition for Spot the deliberate Mistake,
I refer to your header:
Sophos Security Chet Chat – Episode 195 – April 1, 2015
Oops, thanks for letting us know! Fixed now.
RSA is a total waste of any serious security workers time.
So…you’re saying that Chester and John, who are giving presentations on the Sophos booth that have been very well-received, are wasting their breath, and all their listeners’ time?
I’m sure they’ll be delighted to read your constructive criticism. Think of the time they will be able to save in the next couple of days by cancelling their talks!
If only there was a way to create a MAC address filter of sorts. One you could populate with the addresses of what you want to connect to. All other connections would be blocked. This whole thing is BS. newer ” smart” phones are faster and more powerful/capable then most people know but are limited in how a user can keep safe or keep in relative control. I’m not buying that for a minute. Internet security is an example of evil marketing at its best and completely non existent.