Data Security Podcast Episode 10 – July 21 2008

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

In this week’s episode: A tracking tool to follow Office files when they leave your server, remote access security, and the latest data security news.

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This week’s show is sponsored by DeviceLock

Program Notes for Episode 10:

1. Temporarily blind surveillance cameras

2. The Plot Thickens on The City of San Francisco Network Lockout. Read the excellent story in PC World.

3. Myspace pages used against people in court. Read more in the AP story by Eric Tucker.

4. Dark Web advertises Trojan with a guarantee to evade anti-virus software. Details from Tech Digest.

Interview Notes:

Interview 1: Brian Klug of docchaser.com , an interesting free utility to track documents

Interview 2: Andrew Hay of Q1Labs on security and remote access

SANS Webcast: Separated at Birth – Identity and Access Reunited!

SANS Tool Talk Webcast: Log Management: No Longer Optional – How to Choose the Right Tool for the Job

Q1 whitepapers

– Leveraging Log Management to Boost Enterprise IT Security

– A Proactive Approach to Battling Today’s Complex Network Threats

– Beyond the Perimeter: Enterprise-wide Intrusion Prevention White Paper

– Lessons in Threat Management: Lowering Security Risks in Campus Networks White Paper

Our guest, Andrew, has a Blog here

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