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Risky Business is a weekly information security podcast featuring news and in-depth interviews with industry luminaries. Launched in February 2007, Risky Business is a must-listen digest for information security pros. With a running time of approximately 50-60 minutes, Risky Business is pacy; a security podcast without the waffle.

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Snake Oilers 8 part 2: Forticode’s Cipherise, device features from Exabeam and SentinelOne on “active EDR”

Snake Oilers is the podcast where we get a bunch of vendors together to pitch their stuff – they all pay to participate, just so you know – and today we’re going to hear three pitches from tech companies:...
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Risky Business #523 — So many breaches

This week’s show features Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discussing the week’s security news, including: The Marriott, Quora, Dell and Sky Brazil data breaches Kashoggi associate to sue NSO Group Australia’s AA Bill set to pass NZ...
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Snake Oilers 8 part 1: Rapid7’s InsightAppSec, Whitesource and Virus Total Enterprise

This is the first part of our final Snake Oilers edition for 2018. Snake OIlers, for people don’t know it, is the podcast where vendors pay to come on to the show to promote their wares. This series actually turned...
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Risky Business #522 — Alex Stamos co-hosts the show, reflects on Snowden disclosures

We’ve got a slightly different edition of the show this week – Alex Stamos is filling in for Adam Boileau this week in the news slot. Most of you know him as Facebook’s recently departed chief security officer. Alex also...
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Risky Biz Soap Box: MITRE ATT&CK Matrix, misconfigured security controls, attack sim and more!

The Soap Box podcast series is a wholly sponsored podcast series we do here at Risky.Biz – vendors pay to participate. This Soap Box edition is brought to you by AttackIQ. AttackIQ is a five-year-old company that makes an attack...
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Risky Business #521 — Bears everywhere

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: Cozy Bear is back, Fancy Bear has new tooling Russian government wants DNC lawsuit thrown out Cyber Command submitting samples to VirusTotal ...
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Risky Business #520 — Tanya Janca talks security in the curriculum

We’ve got a great podcast for you this week. Tanya Janca will be talking about some volunteer work she’s been doing with a Canadian government panel on getting security content into children’s school curriculums. In this week’s sponsor interview we’ll...
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Risky Biz Soap Box: Duo’s Olabode Anise recap’s his Black Hat talk on Twitter bots

Soap Box is the wholly sponsored podcast series we do where vendors pay to participate. They sometimes want to talk about their products, other times they want to talk about general ecosystem stuff, other times they want to talk...
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Risky Business #519 — ’90s IRC war between US and Russia intensifies

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: CYBERCOM doxing Russian operators. No, really. Arrest over Russian midterm info-op Bloomberg dumpster fire is now a tyre fire Equifax insider...
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Risky Business #518 — “Russian Cambridge Analytica” booted off Facebook after token hack

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: More info on the Facebook token hack Facebook boots “Russian Cambridge Analytica” off platform Chinese MSS officer extradited to USA after being...
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Risky Business #517 — Bloomberg’s dumpster fire lights up infosec

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: Bloomberg’s shaky, disputed report on hardware back doors A look back on other false reports about imaginary incidents published by Bloomberg GRU...
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Risky Business Feature: Named source in “The Big Hack” has doubts about the story

In this podcast hardware security expert Joe Fitzpatrick, a named source in Bloomberg’s “Big Hack” piece, explains why he felt uncomfortable reading the story when it was published. He also provided Risky.Biz with emails he sent to Bloomberg, prior to...
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Risky Biz Soap Box: What’s up with the ZDI these days?

The Soap Box podcast series is a wholly sponsored podcast series we do here at Risky.Biz – vendors pay to participate. This soap box edition is brought to you by Trend Micro. And in this edition we’re speaking with Dustin...
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Risky Business feature: A podcast on Bloomberg’s absolutely wild Supermicro story

In this podcast I interview Stephen Ridley about Bloomberg’s blockbuster – but so far uncorroborated – story about possible hardware supply chain subversion by the Chinese government. I also lay out some facts I’ve learned since the story broke. ...
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Risky Business #516 — The Facebook breach, e2e VOIP court verdict, Uber’s record fine and more

This edition of the show features Adam Boileau and Patrick Gray discussing the week’s security news: Facebook breach impacts 50m accounts US courts deny authorities’ attempted FB messenger wiretap Uber fined $148m for nondisclosure of 2016 breach ...
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And that was actually the CLEAN version!

It's more than a few years back, and this oilfield services company is implementing a new email filter, says a pilot fish working there."It was part of an email security product," fish says. "The filter could identify emails containing...

Review: How StackRox protects containers

With the rise of cloud computing and later DevOps, containerization has never been more popular. But cybersecurity has yet to fully catch up. Even security applications designed to work natively in the cloud have trouble protecting the most popular...

Dark web goldmine busted by Europol

What’s the safest way to buy counterfeit banknotes? Not on the dark web market, as 235 people have just discovered to their cost.
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Google will shut down consumer version of Google+ earlier due to a bug

Google announced it will close the consumer version of Google+ before than originally planned due to the discovery of a new security flaw. Google will close the consumer version of Google+ in April, four months earlier than planned. According to G...

Teen SWATter who had 400 schools evacuated lands 3 years in jail

George Duke-Cohan is the British teen who posed as a worried father whose daughter had called him mid-flight during a hijacking.