Episode 3: Stupid Things We’ve Done, Sony, and Tips From Siber Systems Rob DiNuzzo

November 28, 2014

In Episode 3, the team discusses Cyber Monday, dumb things they've all done when it comes to cybersecurity, and some of the top cybercrime stories of the week including a leak, or hoax, of PSN, 2K, and Windows Live customer logins; the recent attack against Sony Pictures; and the Citadel malware targeting password managers. 

We close out the show with a chat with Siber Systems Rob DiNuzzo, who shared 10 security tips we can all use to make our online lives a little safer.|

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Episode 2: Hacktivism, KKK, Government Cybercrime and ThreatTrack Security’s Stuart Itkin

November 21, 2014

HackSurfer editor Jeff Peters, writer Matt Lichtfuss and SurfWatch Labs's data analyst Eric Severson discuss the top cybercrime stories of the week including Anonymous vs. the KKK, the surge in government sector attacks, and the latest retail breaches. 

We close out the show with a chat with ThreatTrack Security's Stuart Itkin about a new survey they released, 2015 Predictions From the Frontlines, which found a surprising level of confidence among IT professionals heading into the new year.

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Episode 1: Home Depot, Apple and POS Breaches with Damballa’s Brian Foster

November 14, 2014

In the first episode of HackSurfer's cybercrime and business podcast, HackSurfer editor Jeff Peters, writer Matt Lichtfuss and SurfWatch Labs's data analyst Mike Thell discuss the top cybercrime stories of the week including the Home Depot breach, Apple malware, and the USPS breach. 

We close out the show with a chat with Damballa's CTO Brian Foster about the increase in Backoff malware they're seeing as the holiday season approaches and what businesses can do about all these POS breaches.

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