Data Security Podcast Episode 42 – Mar 02 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: Poor infosec leads to Presidential security incident; Hall of Cyber Shame: State’s post info about delinquent taxpayers; And the week’s news.
–> Stream, subscribe or download Episode 42 – Listen or subscribe to the feed to automatically get the latest episode sent to you to your Google, Yahoo, iTunes, or other popular sites.
–>Tune into the show directly on iTunes, you can also subscribe to the program on iTunes.
This week’s show is sponsored by The Engate Hosted eMail Security System. Tell them you heard about them on the Data Security Podcast and get 50% off their service. Offer good until March 31st, 2009. Tales from The Dark Web Sponsored by DeviceLock Removable Media Security Software.
The Show Notes Page for Episode 42 of The Data Security Podcast
-From The News: Consortium of US Federal Cybersecurity Experts Establishes Baseline Standard of Due Care for Cybersecurity – The Top Twenty Most Critical Controls. See this SANS Link for more, and to add in your comments to the standard. Article on the topic in Federal Computer Week that was mentioned in this segment of the program.
-From The News: Poor data security at a defence contractor leads to Presidential security incident involving sensitive information, including Marine One’s entire blueprints and avionics package . Kudos to the Peer-2-Peer security team at Tiversa for discovering the breach.
From The News: When people are afraid of loosing their job, ethics sometimes goes out the window. See the report at http://www.cyber-ark.com/constants/white-papers.asp . Scroll down to find the link titled:
– Conversation: Ira Victor talks with Bill Greeves, IT Director for Roanoke County, VA, about MuniGovCon’09 – A Virtual Conference on Web2.0 taking place in Second Life on April 10, 2009 from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM PST. Here is the main site: MuniGov.org
-Wrap-Up: After hearing about EasyVPN on the Data Security Podcast, Peter Nikolaidis’ posted this blog entry: Comodo’s EasyVPN Landing Page is an Attack Site? Comodo responds with this very open, and candid, mea culpa.
Next Week: Ira reports from IT Security World in Orlando Florida.