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This feed includes all episodes of Paul's Security Weekly, Enterprise Security Weekly, Business Security Weekly, Application Security Weekly, and Security Weekly News! Your one-stop shop for all things Security Weekly!

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    Win 95, LastPass, Kubernetes, Sandworm, Bloomtech, Frontier, 911, Aaran Leyland... - SWN #379

    Win 95, LastPass, Kubernetes, Sandworm, Bloomtech, Frontier, 911, Aaran Leyland... - SWN #379

    Win 95, Cheat Lab, LastPass, Kubernetes, Sandworm, Bloomtech, Frontier, 911, Aaran Leyland, and More, on this edition of the Security Weekly News.
    Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn-379

    • 34 min
    • video
    Crazy money and crazy outcomes - cybersecurity acquisitions in all shapes and sizes - ESW #358

    Crazy money and crazy outcomes - cybersecurity acquisitions in all shapes and sizes - ESW #358

    This week, Adrian and Tyler discuss some crazy rumors - is it really possible that a cloud security startup valued at over $8 billion in November 2021 just got bought for $200 million???
    Some healthy funding for Cyera and Cohesity ($300m and $150m, respectively)
    Onum, Alethea, Sprinto, Andesite AI, StrikeReady, YL-Backed Miggo, Nymiz, Salvador Technologies, and Simbian all raise smaller seed, A, or B rounds.
    Akamai picks up API security startup, Noname Security, Zscaler picks up Airgap networks, and it's rumored that Armis will acquire Silk Security for $150M.
    LimaCharlie seems to be doing some vertical growth, adding its own response and automation capabilities (what they call "bi-directional" capabilities). CISA releases a malware analysis system to the general public. Boostsecurity.io releases "poutine", an open source CI/CD pipeline vulnerability scanner.
    Some great essays this week, with Phil Venables' Letter from the Future, Ben Hawkes' Robots Dream of Root Shells, and Aileen Lee's 10 year Unicorn anniversary piece.
    We briefly discuss the 3rd party breach that affected Cisco Duo customers, and the financial impact of Change Healthcare's highly disruptive ransomware incident.
    Finally, we talk about the latest research on the security of LLMs and the apps using them. It's not looking great.
    For more details, check out the show notes here: https://www.scmagazine.com/podcast-episode/3188-enterprise-security-weekly-358
    Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-358

    • 1 hr 6 min
    • video
    From Hackers to Streakers - How Counterintelligence Teams are Protecting the NFL - Joe McMann - ESW #358

    From Hackers to Streakers - How Counterintelligence Teams are Protecting the NFL - Joe McMann - ESW #358

    Protecting a normal enterprise environment is already difficult. What must it be like protecting a sports team? From the stadium to merch sales to protecting team strategies and even the players - securing an professional sports team and its brand is a cybersecurity challenge on a whole different level.
    In this interview, we'll talk to Joe McMann about how Binary Defense helps to protect the Cleveland Browns and other professional sports teams.
    Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-358

    • 41 min
    • video
    Hacker Heroes - Winn Schwartau - PSW #825

    Hacker Heroes - Winn Schwartau - PSW #825

    Pioneering the Cyber Battlefield: A Deep Dive with Winn Schwartau, Cybersecurity Luminary
    Get ready for an extraordinary episode as we sit down with Winn Schwartau, a true pioneer and luminary in the world of cybersecurity. Winn's impact on the field is nothing short of legendary, and in this podcast interview, we uncover the profound insights and experiences that have shaped his unparalleled career.
    Winn Schwartau's journey began long before the mainstream recognition of cybersecurity as a critical discipline. As a thought leader and visionary, he foresaw the digital threats that would come to define our interconnected age. Join us as we delve into the early days of cybersecurity and explore the foresight that led Winn to become a trailblazer in the industry.
    An accomplished author, speaker, and strategist, Winn Schwartau has been at the forefront of shaping cybersecurity policies and practices. From his groundbreaking book "Information Warfare" to his influential work on the concept of the "Electronic Pearl Harbor," Winn has consistently pushed the boundaries of conventional thinking in cybersecurity.
    In this podcast episode, Winn shares his unique perspective on the evolution of cyber threats, the challenges faced by individuals and organizations, and the urgent need for a paradigm shift in cybersecurity strategy. Prepare to be captivated by the stories and experiences that have fueled Winn's advocacy for a more resilient and secure digital world.
    Whether you're a cybersecurity professional, an enthusiast, or simply intrigued by the profound impact of technology on our lives, this conversation with Winn Schwartau promises to be a journey through the past, present, and future of cybersecurity.
    Don't miss the chance to gain unparalleled insights from a true cybersecurity luminary. Tune in and discover the wisdom that only Winn Schwartau can bring to the table in this illuminating podcast interview.
    Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw-825

    • 1 hr 5 min
    • video
    PCI 4.0 - PSW #825

    PCI 4.0 - PSW #825

    Version 4.0 of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) puts greater emphasis on application security than did previous versions of the standard. It also adds a new “customized approach” option that allows merchants and other entities to come up with their own ways to comply with requirements, and which also has implications for application security. Specifically, PCI DSS 4.0 requires that by March 31, 2025, more testing of public-facing applications related to payment processing or other activities be considered “in scope” for compliance. Generally, any system that touches payment-card data is in scope for PCI DSS compliance, whether or not the system or function is public-facing. We'll talk through what organizations should have gotten done by March 31, 2024, and what needs to happen by March 31, 2025.
    Segment Resources: https://info.obsglobal.com/pci-4.0-resources
    Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw-825

    • 59 min
    • video
    Arg Parsing in Rust, End of Life Hardware, CSRB & MS, Chrome’s V8 Sandbox - ASW #281

    Arg Parsing in Rust, End of Life Hardware, CSRB & MS, Chrome’s V8 Sandbox - ASW #281

    A Rust advisory highlights the perils of parsing and problems of inconsistent approaches, D-Link (sort of) deals with end of life hardware, CSRB recommends practices and processes for Microsoft, Chrome’s V8 Sandbox increases defense, and more!
    Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw-281

    • 28 min

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