Data Security Podcast Episode 56 – June 8 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 users are the target of a new, malicious web re-direct. How will The President’s new cybersecurity plan impact you? One of the nation’s top cryptographers weights in. And, our take on this week’s news.
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The Show Notes Page for this week’s The Data Security Podcast
–> Ira has a conversation with Paul Kocher, President and Chief Scientist of Cryptography Research, Inc. about The Obama Administration’s new cybersecurity plans.
–> Tales From The Dark Web: Finjan‘s CTO Yuval Ben-Itzhak talks with us about a new web re-direction attack targeting users of Twitter.
–> From The News: Is there a constitutional right to informational privacy? The Ninth Circuit Court suggests there is by issuing an injunction in favor of contract employees at NASA who objected to invasive background investigations. But then the full Court declined to hear the case. So the question won’t be settled any time soon, but it raises some interesting issues.
A dissection of the privacy issues by legal blogger Eugene Volokh at the Volokh Conspiracy. Don’t scroll — the link will take you to the top of the blog, and then jump to the correct post.
–> The Wrap: Autorun Worm Invades ZIP