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Catch-up on the latest information security news with our Weekly Podcast. Also, keep an eye out for our 'Author Interviews' where we speak with industry experts, covering; InfoSec, Cyber Security, IT, project management, PCI DSS and more.

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08 December Weekly podcast: NCSC and Kaspersky, parliamentary passwords and macOS High Sierra
This week, we discuss the NCSC's warning to senior civil servants, the poor password habits of MPs, and a bug in the patch Apple rushed out last week.
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1 December Weekly podcast: Imgur, Uber (again), Apple vulnerability, NHS Digital
This week, we discuss a data breach affecting 1.7 million Imgur users, the 2.7 million UK victims of the Uber breach, a major security flaw in macOS High Sierra, and a new investment in data security from the NHS.
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24 November Weekly podcast: Uber, Tether, Bitcoin and Western Union
This week, we discuss Uber's cover-up of a 2016 breach that compromised 57 million drivers' and customers' personal information, the theft of almost $31 million worth of USDT and more than €100,000 worth of Bitcoin, and good news for victims of Western Union transfer scams.
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17 November Weekly podcast: Jewson, Huddle, Equifax (yet again)
This week, we discuss security breaches at Jewson and Huddle, and Equifax's post-breach losses.
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09 November Weekly Podcast: Ethereum, Maersk, Paradise Papers, Yahoo and Equifax (yet again)
This week, we discuss a vulnerability that's caused $280 million of cryptocurrency Ethereum to be frozen, the cost of NotPetya to AP Moller-Maersk, the data breach at law firm Appleby, and the former Yahoo and Equifax CEOs grilling by Senators.
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03 November Weekly podcast: Hilton breach, WordPress SQL injection and ICO helpline
This week, we discuss Hilton's settlement following breaches in 2014 and 2015, an important WordPress update that fixes a SQL injection vulnerability, and a new phone service to help small organisations prepare for the GDPR.
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27 October Weekly podcast: Bad Rabbit, Kaspersky Lab and the Data Protection Bill
This week, we discuss a new strain of ransomware, Kaspersky’s new ‘comprehensive transparency initiative’, and the latest Data Protection Bill news.
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20 October Weekly Podcast: WPA2 Krack attack, Iranian brute force, pizza and Microsoft
This week, we discuss the WPA2 protocol's susceptibility to attack, claims that Iran subjected the UK's parliamentary email system to a brute-force attack, breaches at pizza vendors, and an alleged security slip-up at Microsoft that exposed a database of unfixed vulnerabilities.
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12 October 2017 - Weekly podcast: Accenture, Disqus and Equifax (yet again)
This week, we discuss the exposure of four unsecured Accenture servers to the Internet, how Disqus handled its data breach, and bad news for Equifax's UK customers.
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06 October Weekly Podcast: Every Yahoo! account breached, Equifax update, Conservative conference
This week, we discuss 3 billion compromised Yahoo! accounts, the latest Equifax news, and Home Secretary Amber Rudd's opinion of technology experts
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29 September Weekly podcast: Deloitte and Equifax breaches
29 September Weekly podcast: Deloitte and Equifax breaches by IT Governance
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21 Sept Weekly podcast: ransomware and its ethics, and the celebrities that endanger your business
This week we discuss the Locky/FakeGlobe ransomware campaign, the moral quandary facing cyber criminals, and the worst celebrities to search for online – from a security point of view, that is
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15 September Weekly podcast: Equifax, Facebook and Kaspersky
This week, we discuss the Equifax data breach, a fine for Facebook and a ban for Kaspersky.
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08 September Weekly podcast: SLC, MacEwan University and the return of the Shadow Brokers
This week we discuss a phishing scam affecting students, a Canadian university’s loss of C$11.8 million, and an increase in data dumps from the Shadow Brokers.
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1 September Weekly podcast: Onliner Spambot, Notts County Council and WikiLeaks
This week, we discuss the exposure of 711 million email addresses by a spambot's server, a £70,000 ICO fine for Nottinghamshire County Council, and a cyber attack on WikiLeaks.
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25 August Weekly podcast: swiftQueue, Neymar and FTSE 350 cyber governance
This week, we discuss an data breach at an NHS contractor, the hacking of FC Barcelona’s Twitter account, and a new government report on cyber security awareness.
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18 August Weekly Podcast: Holyrood attack, NotPetya (again) and retail breaches double
This week, we discuss a brute-force attack on the Scottish Parliament, the ongoing costs of June's NotPetya attacks, and a double in the number of data breaches affecting the retail sector.
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11 August Weekly Podcast: Home Sec duped, NotPetya, MalwareTech nicked, new data protection bill
This week, we discuss a prankster’s email conversation with Amber Rudd, the ongoing effects of the NotPetya malware pandemic, the arrest of WannaCry sinkholer Marcus Hutchins by the FBI, and the launch of a data protection bill to implement the GDPR in the UK
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04 August Weekly podcast: Amazon Echo, Android banking malware and Cardiff billboard
This week, we discuss a vulnerability that could allow attackers to turn your Amazon Echo into a wiretap, a new strain of the Svpeng mobile banking malware and the hacking of a digital billboard to display right-wing messages.
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27 July Weekly podcast: Budapest bug, hackable car wash and Unicredit breach
This week, we discuss the arrest of a well-meaning Hungarian teenager, vulnerabilities in Internet-connected car washes that could cause them to physically attack users, and data breaches at Italy's biggest bank.
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21 July Weekly Podcast: Newcastle City Council, Myspace and Apple
This week, we discuss a data breach affecting adoptees in Newcastle, Myspace's account recovery process, and a security update fixing 47 iOS flaws
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14 July Weekly Podcast: Trump Hotels breach, Microsoft, and the GDPR Report
In this week's podcast, we discuss another breach at Trump Hotels, a change in how Microsoft collects user data, and the GDPR Report 2017.
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Author Podcast: Fundamentals of Information Risk Management Auditing, with Christopher Wright
Christopher Wright, author of 'Fundamentals of Information Risk Management Auditing', sits down with us and talks about his book. Buy this book here: https://www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/product/fundamentals-of-information-risk-management-auditing
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7 July Weekly podcast: AA (aagaain), NotPetya decrypted? and Bithumb hacked
This week, we discuss another incident response debacle at the AA, the latest move from the NotPetya group, and the hacking of the Bithumb virtual currency exchange.
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30 June Weekly podcast: The AA, MPs’ emails and Petya/NotPetya
This week, we discuss a password reset at the AA, a cyber attack on parliamentary emails and the NotPetya malware attack.
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23 June Weekly podcast: Skype, the $1 million ransom and the Queen
This week, we discuss a DDoS attack on Skype, a ransomware attack on South Korean web hosting firm Nayana, and the UK government's new Data Protection Bill
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16 June Weekly Podcast: Council fined for DPA breach, bumper Patch Tuesday and new Mac malware
This week, we discuss a £100,000 fine for Gloucester City Council, a new set of post-WannaCry patches for unsupported Windows versions, and two new strains of Mac malware
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9 June Weekly podcast: EternalBlue (again), new USB compromise and widening cyber skills gap
This week, we discuss the use of the EternalBlue exploit to distribute new payloads after WannaCry, a vulnerability that will give access to network credentials via locked computers, and news that there will be 350,000 cyber security job vacancies by 2022.
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2 June Weekly podcast: Basildon council, cosmetic surgery clinic hacked, WannaCry not spread by XP
This week, we discuss a £150,000 fine for Basildon Borough Council, a data breach affecting a Lithuanian cosmetic surgery clinic, and news that the recent WannaCry ransomware attack may not have spread via Windows XP.
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Author podcast: ISO27001 in a Windows Environment, with Brian Honan
Brian Honan, author of 'ISO27001 in a Windows Environment', sits down with us and talks about his book. Buy this book here: https://www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/product/iso27001-in-a-windows-environment-third-edition
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26 May Weekly podcast: BT phishing, Twitter vulnerability, S8 iris recognition
This week we discuss a phishing attack target BT customers, a major vulnerability in Twitter, and a vulnerability in the Samsung Galaxy S8
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18 May Weekly Podcast: WannaCry summarised, and DocuSign, Brooks Brothers and Zomato breached
This week we provide an overview of the WannaCry ransomware worm, and discuss a number of recent data breaches.
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12 May Weekly podcast: Guardian Soulmates, Persirai botnet, 'crazy bad' Microsoft RCE vulnerability
This week, we discus a data breach affecting the Guardian Soulmates dating site, a new IoT botnet potentially affecting 120,000 IP cameras, and the worst Windows remote code execution vulnerability 'in living memory'.
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Author podcast: Managing Information Security Breaches, with Michael Krausz
Michael Krausz, author of 'Managing Information Security Breaches - Studies from real life', sits down with us and talks about his book. Buy this book here: https://www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/product/managing-information-security-breaches-studies-from-real-life-2nd-edition
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05 May Weekly podcast: Google Docs, $100 million phishing campaign, Intel critical vulnerability
This week, we discuss a new Google Docs spam campaign, name the companies involved in a $100 million phishing scam, and discuss a seven-year old Intel vulnerability.
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28 April Weekly podcast: Skype/Spyke, Android MilkyDoor malware and Linksys router vulnerabilities
This week, we discuss a Skype vulnerability called Spyke, new Android malware that gives attackers access to networks via infected devices, and vulnerabilities affecting 25 models of Linksys router
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21 April Weekly podcast: data breaches at InterContinental Hotels, RingGo and Allrecipes
This week, we discuss data breaches affecting customers of InterContinental Hotels, RingGo and Allrecipes, those companies’ handling of the incidents, and how incident handling will be affected by the EU’s new data protection law.
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14 April Weekly podcast: Wonga, prisoners and Agas
This week we discuss a data breach that may have compromised the personal information of more than 250,000 Wonga customers, the enterprising cyber crimes of four Ohio prisoners, and a series of security flaws that could allow anyone to control your Aga.
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07 April Weekly podcast: LastPass (again), NHS phishing, garage doors and Samsung smart TVs
This week, we discuss a new vulnerability in LastPass's browser extensions, phishing at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Internet-connected garage door opener Garadget, and a new exploit that hacks Samsung smart TVs via radio signals.
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31 March Weekly podcast: Honda and Flybe fined, WoW phishing, Minecraft malware, gift cards attacked
This week, we discuss companies falling foul of existing laws while attempting to comply with the GDPR, problems for Warcraft and Minecraft players, and a bot attack affecting gift cards on nearly 1,000 websites.
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24 March $100 million phishing scam, Yahoo (again), LastPass vulnerabilities, and ICO GDPR report
This week, we discuss the arrest of a Lithuanian man over a $100 million phishing scam, an indictment against the alleged perpetrators of the Yahoo breach that compromised half a billion accounts, a number of vulnerabilities affecting LastPass's browser extensions, and the ICO's warning to local councils to prepare for the GDPR
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17 March - Weekly Podcast - Fraud, phishing and fighting the cyber threat
This week, we discuss new reports from KPMG, Beaming and the NCSC, which cover a huge increase in cyber fraud, the massive business cost of phishing, and how to fight the "significant and growing" cyber threat.
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10 March Weekly podcast: Shamoon, Year Zero and Confide
This week, we discuss the re-emergence of the Shamoon/Disttrack malware, a new trove of CIA documents from WikiLeaks and "numerous security vulnerabilities" in an app used by President Trump's aides.
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Weekly podcast: Cloudflare, Cloudbleed, CloudPets and Yahoo
This week, we discuss the Cloudbleed bug, a breach affecting CloudPets, and the latest news from Yahoo.
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24 February Weekly podcast: Operation BugDrop, Georgia-Pacific and the DHS
This week, we discuss a large-scale cyber-reconnaissance operation, a former system administrator who caused $1 million of damage, and access problems at the US Department of Homeland Security
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17 Feb Weekly podcast: Yahoo breached, university attacked by lampposts & WordPress blogs defaced
This week, we discuss yet another Yahoo breach, a university attacked by its own Internet of Things network, and a WordPress vulnerability that leaves blogs open to defacement.
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10 February Weekly podcast: Sports Direct, fileless malware and remote printer hijacking
This week, we discuss a hack that Sports Direct didn’t tell its staff about, a spate of malware attacks against enterprise networks, and 150,000 printers churning out ASCII robots.
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3 February Weekly podcast: Telemarketing, NHS botnet, charity DPA breaches and goodbye LeakedSource!
This week, we discuss a Florida telemarketing company leaking hundreds of thousands of sensitive files, Google apparently mistaking the NHS network for a botnet, 11 charities breaching the data protection act, and the demise of LeakedSource
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20 January Weekly Podcast: NHS cyber attack, new White House appointment and killer squirrels
This week, we discuss a cyber attack on England’s biggest NHS trust, the appointment of Rudi Giuliani to a White House cyber security committee and new research into the biggest threat to critical infrastructure (hint: for once it’s not cyber attack).
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13th January Weekly podcast: Hello Kitty, school ransomware and airport security concerns
This week, we discuss the reappearance of the exposed Hello Kitty database, a warning from Action Fraud about ransomware attacks on schools, and an unsecured airport system leaking passenger data.
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23 December Weekly Podcast: cyber security in review
This week, we look at the biggest stories of the year.
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16 December Weekly Podcast: Yahoo breached again, plus TalkTalk and Ashley Madison
This week we discuss the compromise of another 1 billion Yahoo records, the sentencing of the boy responsible for the TalkTalk breach, and Ashley Madison's $1.6 million settlement
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9 December Weekly podcast: Dailymotion, Europol and Scotland Yard
This week, we discuss a massive data breach at Dailymotion, a very serious data breach at Europol, and the Met Police's novel way of bypassing iPhone encryption.
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2 December Weekly podcast: National Lottery, Mirai botnet, free rides in San Francisco
This week, we discuss suspicious activity on online National Lottery players’ accounts, 900,000 Deutsche Telekom routers knocked offline by the Mirai botnet, and a ransomware attack on the San Francisco transport system.
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25 Nov Weekly podcast: Remote ATM jackpotting; WordPress; Three mobile customer data compromised
This week, we discuss a jackpotting malware attack that caused cash machines across Europe to spit out cash, a WordPress RCE vulnerability affecting 27% of the web, and a data breach affecting more than 133,000 Three customers.
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17 November Weekly podcast: TalkTalk teen, biggest breach of the year, Tesco Bank again, Adobe fined
This week, we discuss the 17-year-old who admitted to last year’s TalkTalk cyber attack, the compromise of more than 400 million ‘adult’ accounts, further news about the Tesco Bank breach, and a $1 million fine for Adobe Systems.
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Weekly podcast: UK adopts GDPR, £2.5 million stolen from Tesco Bank, youngest Cyber Challenge winner
This week, we discuss the government’s confirmation that the GDPR will apply in the UK, the online theft of £2.5 million from 9,000 Tesco Bank Current accounts, and the youngest ever winner of the Cyber Security Challenge.
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4 Nov Weekly podcast: UK Cyber Security Strategy, malware delays ops & inept cyber criminal caught
This week, we discuss the launch of the UK’s National Cyber Security Strategy for 2016 – 2021, a malware attack on Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust, and how a cyber criminal was caught by the FBI
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28 October Weekly Podcast: Dyn DDoS attack, Mirai botnet and more mega breaches
This week, we discuss theMirai botnet DDoS attack that affected the Dyn Managed DNS service and, with it, many household names, plus mega breaches compromising the personal data of millions of Weebly, Modern Business Solutions and FourSquare users.
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21 Oct Weekly podcast: Get Safe Online Day, Microsoft zero-days, alleged LinkedIn hacker arrested
This week, we discuss new cyber crime statistics released to mark Get Safe Online Day, a handful of zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Windows machines, and the arrest in Prague of a Russian man in connection with a number of high-profile cyber attacks – including the 2012 LinkedIn hack.
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14 October Weekly podcast: American 1 burger ban, gaming currency and DXXD ransomware
This week, we discuss American 1 declining Wendy’s transactions for poor security, criminals using gaming currency to launder money and new strain of ransomware DXXD.
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7 October Weekly Podcast: TalkTalk, Facebook and Yahoo
This week, we discuss a record ICO fine for TalkTalk, new encryption for Facebook, and state surveillance of all Yahoo Mail
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30 September Weekly podcast: i-Dressup breach, Yahoo aftermath and cyber security awareness
This week, we discuss the compromise of 2.2 million teens' i-Dressup accounts, the aftermath of the massive 2014 Yahoo breach, and cyber security advocacy campaigns ECSM and NCSAM.
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23 September Weekly podcast: Cisco, Tesla and cyber insurance
This week, we discuss a new Cisco vulnerability, a remote attack on Tesla cars, and the implications of the new Insurance Act on cyber security insurance policies
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16 September Weekly podcast: Solid-gold cyber crime, the Great British Firewall, & the Federal CISO
This week, we discuss the theft of £88,000 worth of gold by criminal hackers, ambitious plans from the NCSC's new CEO, and the appointment of the first Federal Chief Information Security Officer.
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9 September Weekly podcast: Brazzers, 98 million Russians, and Owen Smith MP
In this week’s podcast, we take a look at two incidents in which credentials from historic data breaches have appeared on the web, and a password mistake by Owen Smith MP.
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2 September Weekly podcast: Dropbox, G20 and financial cyber crime, and electoral fraud
This week we discuss the compromise of 68 million Dropbox accounts, cyber security in the international financial sector, and the illegal hacking of voter registration systems in the US
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26 August Weekly podcast: Epic Games, Ashley Madison and Jimmy Wales
This week we discuss the Epic Games data breach, Ashley Madison's woeful security, and an exaggerated report about Jimmy Wales's death.
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19 August Weekly podcast: Sage insider, HEI hotels POS malware, and NSA hacked
This week, we discuss a data breach at software company Sage, a malware attack on hotel and resorts chain HEI, and the attempted auction of alleged US "cyber weapons" by hacking group the Shadow Brokers…
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12 August Weekly Podcast: Bug bounty programmes and vulnerable Volkswagen
In this week's podcast, we look at Apple's bug bounty programme, two vulnerabilities in cars and a 19-year-old's recent bug bounty success.
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Author Podcast: The Tao of Open Source Intelligence, with Stewart Bertram
Stewart K. Bertram, author of 'The Tao of Open Source Intelligence', sits down with us and talks about his book. Buy this book here: http://www.itgovernance.co.uk/shop/p-1692-the-tao-of-open-source-intelligence.aspx?utm_source=social&utm_medium=soundcloud
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29 July Weekly podcast: O2 customer data, ransomware, and this month's breaches
This week, we discuss O2 customer data appearing on the dark net, a new affiliate programme for ransomware, and this month’s list of data breaches and cyber attacks.
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21 July Weekly Podcast: Congress, Steemit and Kickass Torrents
This week, we discuss a DDoS attack on the US Library of Congress, a cyber attack that cost Steemit users $85,000, and the arrest of the alleged founder of the world's most visited illegal file-sharing site, Kickass Torrents
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Author Podcast: Beginning your EU GDPR compliance project, with Alan Calder
Alan Calder, the author of EU GDPR – A Pocket Guide, joined us to discuss the GDPR and how organisations should get started.
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15 July Weekly podcast: UK rail cyber attacks, hotel malware, Datadog breach & questions answered
This week, we discuss a series of major cyber attacks on the UK rail network, a malware attack at Omni Hotels & Resorts affecting 50,000 cards and a data breach at SaaS platform Datadog, and answer a listener question about the new EU-US Privacy Shield
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08 July Weekly podcast: Police & healthcare breaches, post-Brexit phishing, and Privacy Shield news
This week, we discuss new analysis of police data breach information, the rise of phishing campaigns capitalising on post-referendum uncertainty, data security incidents in the health sector, and (nearly) answer your question on EU-US data transfers.
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01 July Weekly Podcast: Hard Rock breached, Plymouth teen in court, and terrorist database exposed
This week, we discuss the second breach to hit Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in just over a year, a Plymouth teenager in court for carrying out DDoS attacks, a database of terrorists exposed to the Internet, and what the referendum means for cyber security.
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24 June Weekly podcast: University data breach, US voter data compromised, and questions answered
This week, we discuss a disgruntled former student hacking Greenwich University, the exposure of 154 million American voters’ unprotected personal information, and answer listeners’ questions on data protection legislation.
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03 June Weekly podcast: Windows zero-day, and MySpace account details for sale, and GDPR
This week, we discuss a Windows zero-day vulnerability on sale for $90,000, hundreds of millions of MySpace, Tumblr and LinkedIn account details on the dark web, and consider the implications of the new EU GDPR.
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Author Podcast | Nine Steps To Success: An ISO 27001 Implementation Overview with Alan Calder
Author Podcast | Nine Steps To Success: An ISO 27001 Implementation Overview with Alan Calder by IT Governance
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27 May Weekly podcast: Instagram vulnerabilities, Mumsnet attacker charged, phishing up 250%
This week, we discuss two vulnerabilities in Instagram’s Android app and website, a teenager charged with attacking parenting forum Mumsnet, and a massive increase in phishing attacks. We also ask what you want.
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20 May Weekly podcast: LinkedIn passwords, dodgy doorbells, and security blogger awards
In this week's podcast, we look at a database of LinkedIn login credentials, a smart doorbell with some issues and nominations for the EU Security Blogger Awards 2016
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13 May Weekly podcast: CryptXXX evolution, PerezHilton, Kiddicare, and Bangladesh bank investigation
This week, we discuss the evolution of the CryptXXX malware, two malvertising attacks at PerezHilton.com, a data breach at Kiddicare, and evidence that the criminals who stole $81 million from Bangladesh’s central bank had company…
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Author Podcast: A Manager’s Guide to ISO22301 with Tony Drewitt
May’s book of the month is A Manager’s Guide to ISO22301, which provides a comprehensive, non-technical introduction to business continuity management and the ISO 22301 standard. We recently sat down with the author, Tony Drewitt, and asked him some questions about the book and ISO 22301
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06 May Weekly podcast: Instagram hacked, Pwnedlist pwned, email credentials sold
This week, we discuss the youngest beneficiary of Facebook’s bug bounty programme, a Pwnedlist security flaw that exposed 866 million stolen credentials, and 272.3 million Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Hotmail credentials apparently for sale on the dark web.
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29 April Weekly podcast: Mexican voters, Beautiful People and Minecraft
This week, we look at data breaches affecting the entire Mexican voter database, the exclusive online dating site BeautifulPeople.com, and the Minecraft 'Lifeboat' community...
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Author Podcast: Fundamentals Of Information Risk Management Auditing - Christopher Wright
Christopher Wright, author of 'Fundamentals Of Information Risk Management Auditing' talks to us about his book and why he wrote it.
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22 April Weekly podcast: Android security, deleted websites, Pentagon bug bounty & jailed Russians
This week, we consider 400 million vulnerable Android devices, a hosting firm that mistakenly deleted its customers’ websites, a chance to hack the Pentagon, and the sentencing of three Russians on cyber crime charges
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Author podcast: CyberWar, CyberTerror, CyberCrime and CyberActivism with Dr Julie Mehan
Now in its second edition, CyberWar, CyberTerror, CyberCrime and CyberActivism encourages cyber security professionals to take a wider view of what cyber security means, and to make the most of international standards and best practice to create a culture of cyber security awareness that complements technology-based defences. We recently sat down with the author, Dr Julie Mehan, to find out what encouraged her to write the book.
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15 April 2016 Weekly podcast: EU GDPR, Morrisons lawsuit and a win against ransomware
In this week’s podcast, we discuss the formal approval of the EU GDPR, a lawsuit brought against Morrisons by its own staff, and a tool that recovers encrypted hard drives that have been infected with ransomware
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8 April 2016 Weekly podcast: Personalised phishing, Android Trojan, free pizza & Panama Papers
This week, we examine a phishing scam that includes recipients’ home addresses, an Android Trojan that’s been downloaded 3.2 million times, a vulnerability in Domino’s pizza ordering app, and the big story of the moment: the data breach at Mossack Fonseca.
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1 April 2016 Weekly podcast: Ransomware, Android vulnerability, nuclear submarines & mobile toasters
In this week's podcast, we examine more hospital ransomware attacks, a new Android vulnerability, Trident's cyber security, and a new strain of malware that's making household appliances move
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25 March 2016 Weekly podcast: hospital ransomware, USB trojan and iMessage security
In this week's podcast, we look at another ransomware attacks on hospitals, a new USB trojan and a serious iMessage security flaw.
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Weekly podcast: criminal and legal rewards for hacking, and malvertising
In this week's podcast, we discuss cyber criminals' poor spelling, Google's bug bounty programme and a malvertising spike.
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Weekly podcast: Password security, new JavaScript ransomware, and vulnerable toys
In this week’s podcast, we discuss new statistics on password sharing, a recent spike in ransomware, and a newly discovered vulnerability affecting a children’s tablet
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Weekly podcast: DROWN, Hacking Team and CPS says prosecute Internet trolls
In this week’s podcast, we consider the DROWN vulnerability, the apparent resurrection of Hacking Team, and new CPS guidelines for prosecuting trolls
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Author podcast: ‘Information Security: A Practical Guide’ with Tom Mooney
Published in June 2015, ‘Information Security: A Practical Guide’ sets out to address communicating corporate information security to all of your colleagues. Alexandra recently sat down with the author, Tom Mooney, to find out what encouraged him to write the book.
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Weekly podcast: MouseJacking, uKnowKids, and Smart Online
This week, we look at a vulnerability affecting wireless mice and keyboards, one firm’s reaction to a security researcher, and the imprisonment of an app developer’s former employee.
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Weekly podcast: Ransomware, Turkey, Cthulhu, Instagram
Hello, poddlers! This week, we consider the threat of ransomware, the apparent hacking of the Turkish police, a survey of IT professionals, and new security measures for Instagram.
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Weekly podcast: Ransomware, TalkTalk and Privacy Shield
In this week's podcast, we look at a ransomware attack on Lincolnshire County Council, the cost of last year’s TalkTalk's cyber attack and the new EU-US Privacy Shield.
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The Security Consultant’s Handbook
The Security Consultant’s Handbook by IT Governance
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Weekly Podcast: €50 million stolen, medical records lost, bad ads blocked, iPhones crashed.
In this week’s podcast, we look at a €50 million cyber fraud, the loss of nearly one million medical records, Google’s ad blocking efforts, and a bug causing iPhones to reboot
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Weekly podcast: Asda, malvertising and CSI: Cyber
In this week’s podcast, we look at Paul Moore’s discovery of a vulnerability in Asda’s website, malvertising, and the RSA conference’s odd interesting choice of keynote speakers.
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Weekly podcast: why you can’t ignore information security in 2016
In our first podcast of 2016, we explain why information security can't be ignored – by anyone – and consider some recent criminal arrests.
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Weekly podcast: 2015 end-of-year round-up part two
Part two of last week's podcast is now available. Rather than covering the events of the past week, we take a look back at the major information security events of 2015. A transcript of the podcast is available below.
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Weekly podcast: 2015 end-of-year round-up part one
This week's podcast is slightly different. Rather than cover what's happened in the previous week, we take a look back at the major events that have occurred in 2015. A transcript of the podcast is available below.
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VTech, Chinese hackers and hungryhouse
In this week’s podcast, we look at the breach at toy manufacturer VTech, the arrest of the alleged OPM hackers and great information security hygiene at hungryhouse.
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