The Data Security Podcast is the place for 30 minutes of news every week on data security, privacy, and the law.
This weeks program: Smart grid security threats; Low-traffic web sites come under attack. And the week’s news.
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The Show Notes Page for Episode 45 of The Data Security Podcast
- From The News: CanSecWest was the stage for Microsoft to announce ‘!exploitable Crash Analyzer’ (pronounced: bang exploitable Crash Analyzer). Get the presentation slides and free open source application.
-Tales From The Dark Web: Finjan released a report on new attack threats to smaller, lighter traffic web sites. The report has not yet posted on Finjan’s site, but one would expect it to appear there soon .
-Conversation: Ira speaks with Professor Howard Schmidt about the new CSSLP security certification. “Fast Tracking” ends on March 31st, 2009!
- Wrap up: Bruce Schneier blog posting regarding the backdoor in Blowfish encryption on the Fox TV show 24. Here is a link to the segment of 24 at Hula. The Morris O’brian character in 24 claims to know about a back door in Blowfish:
Apologies to Bruce Schneier on our mispronunciation of his last name in our segment.