Security Weekly – Episode 129 Part I – November 6, 2008
November 8, 2008
In Part I of this week's episode we are joined by Bill Brenner, talking to us and the listeners about the best ways to sell security to upper management.
In Part II we discuss stories and bring on none other than Josh Wright to talk about some of the latest attacks against TKIP.
We are still working on the sound quality problems, swapped out a few cables this week and it helped. The intro to the show is messed up and Larry and I are only on the left channel, this does NOT persist throughout the entire episode. Please bare with us while we work towards better sound quality.
Sponsored by Core Security, listen for the new customer discount code at the end of the show
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Sponsored by Tenable Network Security, creators of Nessus and makers of the Tenable Security Center, software that extends the power of Nessus through sophisticated reporting, remediation workflow, IDS event correlation and much more.
The CIO of Artesia General Hospital in rural Southeast New Mexico shares the ongoing staffing and resource challenges he faces on a daily basis, and how his IT team tackles risk and workforce training.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is asking input on information collection regulations for how energy companies secure bulk electric systems while its CIO speculated earlier this month that regulated energy utilities will likely need to follow recent government actions around implementing zero trust architectures.