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Now displaying: 2023
Dec 12, 2023

We have a lot of questions about standards. How do standards emerge? How do standards encourage adoption? How do they stay relevant as development patterns change and security threats evolve?

We have standards for web appsec (HTML, HTTP), all sorts of protocols, and all sorts of authentication (OAuth, OpenID). Learning how these standards come about can also inform how your own org documents designs and decisions.

Segment resources

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw-266

Dec 12, 2023

Materiality, Disclosure, and Evidence... New terms for cybersecurity professionals to understand under the new SEC Regulations for Cybersecurity. And the Solarwinds indictment is just the beginning.

Join the BSW crew as they tackle each of these new terms in preparation for SEC enforcement which starts this week.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw-331

Dec 12, 2023

In the leadership and communications section, Steve Katz, World's First CISO, Dies in Hospice Care, Top CISO Communities to Join in 2024, Workplace Culture 101: How to Create Positivity at Work, and more!

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw-331

Dec 9, 2023

In the Security News: If we still can’t change default passwords, we all lose, The Flipper Zero, NO CVE FOR YOU, New tools that are not new at all, The BIOS logo attack vector, a $15 router that has secrets, turns out AI is stupid, and SLAM, dun dun ot, Spectre based on linear address masking,

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw-809

Dec 9, 2023

I like how ChatGPT describes this segment: "Picture a dimly lit room filled with the nostalgic hum of old computers and the subtle clinking of ice in glasses as our hosts delve into the intricacies of vulnerability management. These battle-hardened experts peel back the layers of digital defense, recounting their experiences from the front lines of cyber warfare. From epic zero-day exploits to heart-pounding close calls, these hackers have seen it all, and now they're ready to spill the beans. But it's not just about the exploits and the code. Paul's Security Weekly takes a deep dive into the ethics and practices of vulnerability disclosure. With a touch of humor and a hint of mischief, our hosts explore the delicate balance between responsible disclosure and the thrill of the chase. As they share their war stories, they also reflect on the evolving landscape of cybersecurity and the importance of collaboration in securing the digital frontier."

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw-809

Dec 8, 2023

This week in the enterprise news, we explore the harsh realities of the startup world with a look at recent failures and shutdowns, investigating the factors leading to these setbacks. Meanwhile, Carbon Black makes headlines by breaking away from VMware in what seems like a divestiture within an acquisition, raising questions about the future of the company. We'll also discuss the European Space Agency's venture into cybersecurity for the space industry, revealing that even the vastness of outer space isn't immune to digital threats. Tune in for all this and more!

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-342

Dec 8, 2023

Q*, Water Wars, Unitronics, SLAM, Bluetooth, Cold Fusion, Google Drive, Push notifications, Aaran Leyland, and More News on the Security Weekly News.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn-347

Dec 8, 2023

The Security Weekly crew dives into a discussion on the latest hardware hacking techniques, including the hardware/software/firmware used to conduct various tests and create neat projects. You may be trying to hack a specific device. You may be creating a device to accomplish a specific goal. We will discuss various aspects of hardware hacking and fill you in on the some of the latest devices and tools. Like the Flipper Zero, and why the alternatives are better in some cases, but also why the Flipper Zero gets a bad rap.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw-809

Dec 8, 2023

Bob Ackerman argues that, from an investment perspective, cybersecurity is like life sciences - a complex, nuanced field that is difficult field to invest in part-time. So his firm, Allegis Cyber, became one of the first to focus exclusively on investing in cyber startups. In this segment, we'll discuss one of Allegis's recent investments, SixMap, and Bob's other investment/accelerator vehicle, Data Tribe. Data Tribe sources investments from national intelligence, with examples like Dragos that came through this program.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-342

Dec 6, 2023

Repetition extracts data from ChatGPT, more vulns in the software that surrounds AI, guidelines for secure AI, LogoFAIL trips a boot, BLUFFS attack on Bluetooth, CISA's first secure by design alert, Okta's updated breach disclosure, and more!

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw-265

Dec 5, 2023

Surprise Cam Nudes, Staples, Turtle, Apple, 23andme, P2Pinfect, Sellafield, Gmail, Jason Wood, and more on this edition of the Security Weekly News.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn-346

Dec 5, 2023

We cover appsec news on a weekly basis, but sometimes that news is merely about the start of a new project, sometimes it's yet another example of a vuln class, and sometimes it's a topic we hope doesn't become a trend.

So, what themes have we seen and where do we see them going? Here are a few headline topics that have alternately generated yays and yawns.

  • CISA's Secure by Design and Secure by Default
  • CVSS 4.0
  • Generative AI
  • MFA mandates
  • Microsoft, Rust, and Memory Safety
  • New TLDs
  • OAuth
  • OpenSSF and OWASP

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw-265

Dec 5, 2023

In the leadership and communications section, A Letter from the CISO to the CEO, The High Cost Of Ignoring Cybersecurity: Why Your Business Needs Protection, The Art of Speaking Cadence: Unleashing a Powerful Leadership Tool, and more!

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw-330

Dec 4, 2023

Theresa Lanowitz joins Business Security Weekly to review real edge computing use cases from the AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report. Specifically, we'll cover the following industry sector reports, including:

  • Healthcare
  • Manufacturing
  • Retail
  • US SLED
  • Transportation

Research for the AT&T Cybersecurity Insights Report was conducted during July and August 2022. AT&T surveyed 1,418 security practitioners from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, India, Singapore, and South Korea. Respondents come from organizations with 1,000+ employees except for US SLED and energy and utilities verticals. Respondents were limited to those whose organizations have implemented edge use cases that use newer technologies such as 5G, robotics, virtual reality, and/or IoT devices. Respondents are involved in decision-making for edge use cases, including cybersecurity, that involves new technologies such as 5G and IoT devices.

This segment is sponsored by AT&T Cybersecurity. Visit https://securityweekly.com/attcybersecurity to learn more about them!

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw-330

Dec 1, 2023

Nine out of the ten funding articles mention AI - they're either using it in their products, or protecting AI use cases (particularly GenAI and LLM use).

We discuss Broadcom's closing of the VMware acquisition, how they operate similarly to private equity firms, and how it's mostly bad news for VMware employees and customers.

Some weird legal cases this week: Binance's founder and CEO pleads guilty to money laundering charges, a cybersecurity company's COO pleads guilty to attacking hospitals to generate sales leads, and Hacking Team's founder is arrested for attempted murder!

We devote a chunk of time to discussing the huge rise in ransomware activity, and close out the show with a squirrel story on the tiny Pacific island nation of Tokelau, and how the .tk domain has destroyed its reputation, and nearly the nation itself.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-341

Dec 1, 2023

Cybertruck, Okta, Google and More Google, Black Basta, Zoom, Unitronics, Aaran Leyland, and More News on the Security Weekly News.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn-345

Dec 1, 2023

As with any category of trends, the success rate of cybercrime ebbs and flows. As Russia seems be a safe haven for cybercriminals, it seemed for a while that the war in Ukraine might disrupt this activity. It did, but only for a short while.

Keith Jarvis walks us through the latest types, tactics, and trends in cybercrime. Secureworks' latest State of the Threat report reveals a disturbing dichotomy: how is it we understand our adversaries' so well, but continue to fail to stop them? In this interview, we aim to understand what needs to happen to tilt the odds a bit back in our favor.

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-341

Nov 30, 2023

We navigate through dangerous cyber terrain, examining real-world examples like the WebP library and the Curl vulnerability. Critical issues in Zyxel firewalls will also be unmasked as we shed light on the urgency of improving vulnerability reporting and cataloging and addressing the often-overlooked problem of overclassifying harmless software bugs.

We then shifted gears to tackle the tricky subject of software vulnerability identification, focusing on a specific CVE that sparked intriguing debates. Learn why pinpointing the source of the vulnerability is vital to effective SBOMs. The journey doesn't end there - we'll uncover a newly discovered Bluetooth vulnerability, aptly named 'BLUFFS', and discuss its potential for exploitation, along with the ingenious solutions proposed by the researchers who unearthed it.

Brace yourself for a riveting finale as we delve into Akamai's recent research on DVR and router attacks, explore the risks of GPS spoofing, and discuss the importance of detection mechanisms. We'll also scrutinize the stereotype of hackers in pop culture, address the importance of handling vulnerabilities in software, and highlight the pressing issue of ransomware targeting healthcare. So buckle up and join us for this critical exploration into the world of software vulnerabilities as we decode the complexities and debunk some security myths.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw-808

Nov 30, 2023

While non-profit doesn't mean "no budget" when it comes to cybersecurity, a lot of smaller to mid-sized non-profits operate on a shoestring, with little to no money for cybersecurity talent or spending. This is where Sightline Security steps in. Sightline's founder and CEO, Kelley Misata joins us today to explain how her own non-profit helps other non-profits improve their cybersecurity posture.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw-341

Nov 30, 2023

Our good friend Matt Carpenter joins us to share his thoughts on what's going on in the world of AI and LLMs. Matt is also a hacker specializing in hardware and the crew has some amazing hardware hacking topics to discuss (as usual).

Segment Resources: https://garymarcus.substack.com/p/has-sam-altman-gone-full-gary-marcus

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw-808

Nov 30, 2023

What will the future bring with respect to AI and LLMs? Josh has spent some time thinking about this and brings us some great resources. We'll discuss how to get students involved with AI in a safe and ethical manner. How can we use AI to teach people about cybersecurity? What tools are available and where do they fit into our educational systems that must change and adapt to the times? Join us for a fun discussion on what the future looks like with AI and the youth of today.

Segment Resources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/103FLvNRSwBhq-WgCbuykMvweT6lKf2lAASuP8OuuKIw/edit#heading=h.3inodmot2b77

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw-808

Nov 28, 2023

Weak randomness in old JavaScript crypto, lack of encryption in purported end-to-end encryption, a platform engineering maturity model, PyPI's first security audit, vision for a Rust specification, and more!

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw-264

Nov 28, 2023

Chimera, Aliquippa, FNF, Lazarus, DARPA, Ransom Payments, Namedrop, Google, Aaran Leyland, and more are on this edition of the Security Weekly News.

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn-344

Nov 28, 2023

This year we've talked about vulns, clouds, breaches, presentations, and all the variations of Dev, Sec, and Ops. As we end the year, let's talk about starting things -- like starting an appsec program or an appsec career. But is there still a need for an appsec team? Or has it turned into specializations for areas like cloud security and bug bounty programs? We'll cover careers and coding, with an eye towards figuring out what modern software development looks like and where application (or product!) security fits in that model.

Segment resources

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw-264

Nov 28, 2023

In the leadership and communications section, Clorox Scapegoats Cyber Chief, Rewards Board After Crisis, The SEC To CISOs: Welcome To The Big Leagues, SolarWinds: SEC lacks 'competence' to regulate cybersecurity, and more!

Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw-329

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