Data Security Podcast Episode 52 – May 11 2009

The Data Security Podcast is the place for 30 minutes of news every week on data security, privacy, and the law.

This weeks program – Cross Site Forgery Attacks; A different approach to stopping malicious code. And, our take on this week’s news.

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The Show Notes Page for Episode 52 of The Data Security Podcast

-> Ira has a conversation with Tom Murphy, Senior Strategist with Bit9 about whitelisting approved applications, rather than a signature based approach to blocking.  Bit9 offers white papers on the topic.

-> Tales From The Dark Web: Cross Site Forgery Attacks and other attacks targeting sites using Web2.0 applications are highlighted in this report.

–> Be sure to read a new feature on our web site: Lame Excuses, the dumb statements by people who should have been responsible for securing information.  We welcome your contributions.

-From The News: Report: Web application security and IDS in air traffic control systems.

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