Data Security Podcast Episode 48 – Apr 13 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: Twitter worm a case study in web app security; Will Congress give sweeping cyber authority to the White House? And our take on the news.
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The Show Notes Page for Episode 48 of The Data Security Podcast
-From The News: Patch those third party apps, not just the OS! That’s the takeaway from the latest edition of The Microsoft Security Intelligence Report.
– From The News: IRS to Boost Oversight of Security, Accuracy of E-Filings, as posted in the Washington Post
– From The News: FTC’s attempt to fight fraud with the so-called “Red Flags Rules” Here is a link to the FTC’s How-To Guide for Business. Physicians are on the list of many types of business that need to comply.
-Tales From The Dark Web: We covered XSS and web application security. OWASP is an excellent resource for free, standards-based web application security information.