Paul's Security Weekly

Paul's Security Weekly

United States

For the latest in computer security news, hacking, and research! We sit around, drink beer, and talk security.

Episodes

Enterprise Security Weekly #34 - Routh Like South  

Jim Routh of Aetna and InfoSec World joins us. In the news, Cisco touts next-generation firewall gear, a new decryption tool from Avast, Centrify stops breaches in real time, and more. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #112 - February 21, 2017  

A lone hacker breaches 60 universities and federal agencies, Yahoo loses $350 million from breaches, more bug bounty programs for porn sites, and is your child a hacker? Jason Wood of Paladin Security joins us to talk about smart city technology that could make military bases more secure!

Startup Security Weekly #27 - The Brown Liquor Edition  

Scott Kannry and Jason Christopher of Axio join us. In the news, Sophos acquires Invincea, the startup fundraising dictionary, five tough lessons every solopreneur needs to know, and how much is a Shark Tank appearance worth? Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #501 - The Christian Slater Hacking Edition  

David Conrad of ICANN joins us, Carrie Roberts of Black Hills InfoSec breaks all the firewalls, and we discuss the security news for the week. Stay tuned!

Enterprise Security Weekly #33 - I’ve Seen Things  

Paul and John review the CISO Manifesto and deliver the top 10 rules for security vendors. In the news, Nerdio partners with CensorNet, ThreatConnect reveals a new threat intelligence product suite, free cyberthreat hunter and defender tools for security analysts, and more. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #111 - February 14, 2017  

Microsoft delays Patch Tuesday, WordPress continues to fail at failing, Valve eradicates a Steam bug, ransomware that makes you do terrible things, and more. Jason Wood of Paladin Security joins us to talk about a father and son who created access to a supercomputer via voice commands!

Enterprise Security Weekly #32 - Sell It on eBay  

Lior Frenkel of Waterfall Security joins us. In the Enterprise News, CyberArk beefs up its cloud security, Kenna Security partners with Exodus, Gigamon is eliminating network blind spots, and more. Stay tuned!

Startup Security Weekly #26 - Investing is a Marriage  

William Lin of Trident Capital Cybersecurity joins us. In the news, 12 KPIs you need to know before pitching your startup, VC firms back a record number of cybersecurity startups in 2016, and why should entrepreneurs think like farmers? Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #500 - NUMBER 500!  

Paul and a dozen infosec professionals celebrate episode 500 by hosting roundtable discussions on IoT security and penetration testing. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #110 - February 7, 2017  

Android vulnerabilities are patched, your TV is watching you, iOS apps are vulnerable, the lamest crypto bug, and more. Jason Wood of Paladin Security joins us to talk about a former NSA contractor who may have stolen 75% of TAO’s elite hacking tools!

Startup Security Weekly #25 - Bald is Beautiful  

Archie Agarwal of ThreatModeler joins us. In the news, how to prevent startup burnout, five IoT cybersecurity predictions for 2017, three tips to help entrepreneurs make the right sacrifices, and what exactly is your income statement telling you? Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #499 - 126,253 Somersaults  

Katherine Teitler of MISTI joins us, Nathaniel "Q" Quist of LogRhythm delivers a technical segment, and we cover the latest security news. Stay tuned!

Enterprise Security Weekly #31 - It’s For the Screams  

Matt Alderman of Tenable joins us. In the Enterprise News, Distil Networks wants to leverage device fingerprints, Exabeam reveals its latest security intelligence program, HPE acquires Niara, and more. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #109 - January 31, 2017  

Don Pezet of ITPro.TV joins us to discuss why a luxury hotel has gone analog, ransomware shutting down security cameras, and more hacking news. Stay tuned!

Startup Security Weekly #24 - Keep It Simple  

Eddy Bobritsky of Minerva Labs joins us. In startup news, GFI acquires Kerio, why 2017 will be tough for seed startups, the MVP you’ve probably never heard of, why your product team is failing, and more. Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #498 - Cable Management 101  

Chris Kubecka of HypaSec joins us, our very own Jeff Man documents his trip to HP's headquarters, and we discuss the security news for the week! Stay tuned!

Enterprise Security Weekly 30 - The Bringer of Bad News  

Jayne Groll and Alan Shimel join us. In the news, SyferLock announces a technology alliance with OpenIAM, RiskIQ strengthens their digital threat mitigation capabilities, RiskSense Platform 7.0 is here, and more. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #108 - January 25, 2017  

Firefox attempts to protect users, Android threats that matter (and one that doesn't), Cisco patches a critical flaw, and more. Jason Wood of Paladin Security joins us to discuss the Attorney General's stance on encryption. Stay tuned!

Startup Security Weekly #23 - Watching Neurons Pop  

Ron Gula joins us. In startup news this week, we talk about 9 ways to distance your business from cyber attacks, lessons learned from Target, 11 free tools every first-time entrepreneur should use, and can your startup generate venture-scale returns? Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #497 - This One Time at ShmooCon  

Jason Blanchard of SANS and Bruce Potter of ShmooCon join us, and we discuss the security news for this week. Stay tuned!

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