In this week's Enterprise Security News, Adrian, Tyler, and Katie discuss:
1. Tons of funding!
2. A notable acquisition!
3. The line is blurring between services and product firms
4. Apparently IronNet isn’t dead?
5. The toxicity of Hero culture in tech
6. Knowing when to quit
7. AI-powered fraud is hitting close to home
8. Quantum snake oil is get...
In the Security News: Bricked Xmas, If you can hack a wrench, PixieFail and disclosure woes, exposing Bigpanzi (more Android supply chain issues, 20 years of OpenWRT, Jamming, traffic lights, and batteries don’t work that well in the extreme cold. All that and more on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly!
Theresa Lanowitz joins Business Security Weekly to review real edge computing use cases from the AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report. Specifically, we'll cover the following industry sector reports, including:
Research for the AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report was conducted during ...
We navigate through dangerous cyber terrain, examining real-world examples like the WebP library and the Curl vulnerability. Critical issues in Zyxel firewalls will also be unmasked as we shed light on the urgency of improving vulnerability reporting and cataloging and addressing the often-overlooked problem of overclassifying harmless software bug...
Our good friend Matt Carpenter joins us to share his thoughts on what's going on in the world of AI and LLMs. Matt is also a hacker specializing in hardware and the crew has some amazing hardware hacking topics to discuss (as usual).