Monday, January 24, 2022
OWASP Podcast

The InfoSec Color Wheel with Jasmine Henry

We’ve all heard of “Red Teams” and “Blue Teams” when it comes to cybersecurity. But what about the “Purple Team”, the “Yellow Team” or the “Blue Team”. What are those? In February of 2020, Louis Cremen introduced the InfoSec Colour...
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CYA – Cover Your Assets with Chris Roberts

A couple weeks ago I read an article by Chris Roberts. The headline screamed, “Security Solved!” Security solved? What the hell was he talking about. Everyday there’s a new media storm around the latest breach or ransomware attack. There’s an...
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OWASP Flagship Projects – Episode 02

In this episode of the People | Process | Technology podcast, I speak with Seba Deleersnyder from the Software Assurance Maturity Model, Carlos Holguera and Sven Schleier from the Mobile Security Testing Guide, and Bjoern Kimminich from the Juice...
OWASP Podcast

OWASP Flagship Projects – Episode 01

In this episode of the People | Process | Technology podcast, I speak with Simon Bennetts from the Zap Project, Christian Folini from the ModSecurity Core Rule Set Project, and Steve Springett from the Dependency Track Project. This is...
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The Cyber Defense Matrix Project with Sounil Yu

In 2020, Security Magazine listed Sounil Yu as one of the most Influential People in Security in 2020, in part because of his work on the Cyber Defense Matrix, a framework for understanding and navigating your cybersecurity environments. The...
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2021 OWASP Top 10 with Andrew van der Stock

The Top 10 is considered one of the most important community contributions to come out OWASP. In 2003, just two years after organization was started, the OWASP Top 10 was created. The purpose of the project was to create...
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The Ops Side of DevSecOps w/ Damon Edwards

When Shannon Lietz and the team at DevSecOps.org published the DevSecOps Manifesto six years ago, security was uppermost in their minds. The manifesto starts with a call to arms… “Through Security as Code, we have and will learn that there...
OWASP Podcast

A Note from the Executive Producer

This is Mark Miller, Executive Producer. Over the years as I’ve produced the show, the topics of focus have followed the trends in the industry. What was originally called “The OWASP Podcast” became “OWASP 24/7” and then “The DevSecOps...

Linux Servers at Risk of RCE Due to Critical CWP Bugs

The two flaws in Control Web Panel – a popular web hosting management software used by 200K+ servers – allow code execution as root on Linux servers.

AT&T announces multi-gigabit fiber: $110 a month for 2Gbps, $180 for 5Gbps

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | zf L) AT&T has started offering 2Gbps and 5Gbps symmetrical Internet speeds over its fiber-to-the-home network, the telecom company announced today. The multi-gigabit speeds are...

Registration for the (ISC)² Entry-Level Cybersecurity Certification Exam Pilot Program Is Now Open

New certification validates students' and career changers' foundational skills and helps kickstart their cybersecurity careers.
SecurityWeek

DC, 3 States Sue Google Saying it Invades Users' Privacy

The District of Columbia and three states are suing Google for allegedly deceiving consumers and invading their privacy by making it nearly impossible for them to stop their location from being tracked. read more
Security Affairs

A flaw in Rust Programming language could allow to delete files and directories

The maintainers of the Rust programming language fixed a high-severity flaw that could allow attackers to delete files and directories from a vulnerable system. The maintainers of the Rust programming language have released a security update for a high-severity...