Data Security Podcast Episode 44 – Mar 16 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:  Card merchants ignoring wireless security; Crypto, mobile VoIP, unlimited vox and data:  The smartest smartphone?  And the week’s news.

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The Show Notes Page for Episode 44 of The Data Security Podcast

-From The News:  Cnet has excellent team coverage of Craigslist, and the accusations that it is a hub for illegal sex offerings.

– From The News:  The PCI Security Council releases a Prioritized Approach Guide and Worksheet to help merchants with a six-step approach to PCI DSS compliance.

-From The News:  How to update Foxit PDF reader; Go to Help Menu-> Select Check for Updates -> and choose the option at or on the bottom of the list, 3.0.2009.1506 (or a higher number).

-Tales From The Dark Web:  Read Randy Abrams from ESET Anti-Virus company and his experience communicating with Google about Dark Web software he found on Google’s .

-Conversation:  Ira speaks with Ben Pilani of They are going to offer smartphone software that includes:  Encryption, VoIP, unlimted voice and data.  Ira and Ben talk about security protocals used (SSL), and issues related to using Real Time Protocol (RTP) over the slow GSM cellular networks.


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