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On this week’s program:
* More DefCon17 Coverage: How safe are Cloud Computing applications?
* Melissa Hathaway is leaving her White House job as top cyber security official, why is the main stream press not spending time on this story?
* Our take on this week’s news.
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Show Notes for Episode 64 of the Data Security Podcast
* Tales From The Dark Web: Ira and Samantha talk with the team from Sensepost about Cloud Computing Security
*From the News: The site we mention that was able to successfully repel the attacks last week against Twitter/Facebook/LiveJournal: Fotik
* From the News: A 20 year old man attacks the communication system of the Chicago Transit Authority, and the Chicago Loop. And here’s the announcement about the federal homeland security grant to CTA for bomb-sniffing dogs and other physical security measures. Wow… think transportation officials might have their eye on the wrong ball?