Nov 30, 2020
In episode 149 for November 30th 2020: Police begin to pilot a program to live-stream Amazon Ring cameras, new details about Amazon Sidewalk, Congress unanimously passes a federal Internet of Things security law, and a Facebook Messenger bug that lets an attacker listen to you before you pick up a call.
Nov 23, 2020
In episode 148 for November 23rd 2020: This week Kevin Johnson joins me to discuss the Twitter firing of Chris Krebs, Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and our thoughts about a common sense approach to social media and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
Nov 16, 2020
In episode 147 for November 16th 2020: The latest about source code stolen from US government agencies and private companies, three actively exploited iOS zero-days in the wild and new App Store privacy labels, and what a Biden administration could mean for privacy and cybersecurity.
Nov 9, 2020
In episode 146 for November 9th 2020: My conversation with Kelly Finnerty, Director of Brand and Content for Startpage.com on the differences in privacy mindset between Europe and the United States.
Nov 2, 2020
In episode 145 for November 2nd 2020: Kevin Johnson joins me to discuss the US government's attempt to prevent disinformation and rumors about the election, a new ransomware threat targeting US hospitals, and details about six Russian hackers that were charged for some of the biggest cyber-attacks in the last...