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

Hack Naked News #117 - March 28, 2017  

LastPass fixes vulnerabilities, Instagram adds 2FA, scammers target iOS porn viewers, and more. Israel Barak of Cybereason joins us to deliver expert commentary on unifying industrial control system security operations into an enterprise SOC. Stay tuned!

Startup Security Weekly #32 - The Greatest Horn of All  

Kevin O’Brien of GreatHorn joins us. In the news, 5 challenges most entrepreneurs don’t anticipate, 6 ways marketing can shrink the sales cycle, what you need to know about raising seed funding, and more. Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #506 - Cut That Thing Free  

Ferruh Mavituna of Netsparker makes his triumphant return, Paul shows us how to secure your Arlo wireless camera system, and Don Pezet of ITPro.TV gives tips on securing your online backups. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #116 - March 21, 2017  

The Fappening 2.0 is upon us, hackers escape VMware, thieves are caught using facial recognition software, and more. Don Pezet of ITPro.TV joins us to deliver expert commentary on safe backups. Stay tuned!

Startup Security Weekly #31 - Low Pressure  

Michael Figueroa of the Advanced Cyber Security Center joins us. In the news, machine learning from an investor’s perspective, 5 skills entrepreneurs need to succeed, AdEspresso joins Hootsuite, and more. Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #505 - No Special Flowers  

Andrew Whitaker of Rapid7 and Render Man of the Internet of Dongs Project join us for interviews, and we discuss the security news for this week. Stay tuned!

Enterprise Security Weekly #37 - You’ve Been Hacked!  

Michael Dalgleish of LogRhythm joins us. In the news, LookingGlass debuts a new partner portal, F-Secure acquires Inverse Path, Skyhigh Networks has new CASB patents, and more. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #115 - March 15, 2017  

Patch Tuesday returns, Android devices have malware, a government spyware maker doxes itself, and more. Jason Wood of Paladin Security delivers expert commentary on the Wikipedia for spies. Stay tuned!

Startup Security Weekly #30 - It’s All Good  

Steve Tout and Stan Bounev of VeriClouds join us. In the news, AI startups are winning, 8 funding alternatives, CA Technologies acquires Veracode, and more. Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #504 - Math is Dead Sexy  

Hyrum Anderson of Endgame and Keith Hoodlet of Rapid7 and InfoSec Mentors Project join us for interviews, and we cover the latest security news. Stay tuned!

Enterprise Security Weekly #36 - The Programmer’s Workout  

Don Pezet of ITProTV and Jason Wood of Paladin Security join us to discuss cloud and virtual infrastructure security. In the news, Arista containerizes itself, the CIA slams Wikileaks, Okta buys Stormpath to add identity control, and more. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #114 - March 7, 2017  

Google and Microsoft announce bug bounty programs, HackerOne releases open source projects, less spam for all of us, and more. Jason Wood of Paladin Security delivers expert commentary on ransomware for dummies. Stay tuned!

Startup Security Weekly #29 - Kickass Folklore  

Frank Wank of Cybersecurity Factory joins us. In the news, PowerPoint slides that will save you hours on your next deck, 5 of the biggest first-time founder struggles, Palo Alto acquires LightCyber, and when is less more? Stay tuned!

Paul's Security Weekly #503 - Intense, Passionate, Grindr  

Alan White of Dell SecureWorks and the U.S. Army joins us, our very own Doug White delivers a tech segment on incident response and forensic reporting, and we cover the latest security news. Stay tuned!

Enterprise Security Weekly #35 - Here’s Johnny!  

Chris Clymer, Jack Nichelson, and Jason Middaugh of InfoSec World join us. In the news, the first threat intelligence platform compliant with STIX 2.0 is here, LightCyber joins Palo Alto, Flowmon teams up with Ixia, and more. Stay tuned!

Hack Naked News #113 - February 28, 2017  

Microsoft browsers are hit with a 0-day, Apple severs ties with Supermicro, IoT toy are spying on kids, and more. Jason Wood of Paladin Security joins us to talk about how the NSA is using cyberattacks for defense!

Startup Security Weekly #28 - Buzzword Compliant  

Mike Kail of Cybric join us. In the news, Verizon closes in on Yahoo, 8 key ingredients to a profitable consulting business, building a repeatable sales process, and when should you fire yourself? Stay tuned!

Paul’s Security Weekly #502 - Get Off My Virtual Lawn  

Don Pezet of ITPro.TV joins us, David Fletcher of Symantec delivers a technical segment, and we cover the security news for the week. Stay tuned!

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!

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