November 30, 2010 – Episode 189
This week’s regular episode of The Cyberjungle is 36.5 minutes long. You can hear it by clicking on the flash player below, or you can go to the listening options page and browse for other ways to hear the show.
To listen to Episode 189 via the flash player:
Interview with Brook Miller, VP of Government Affairs, with Smith’s Detection, on the TSA “Puffer” detection machines.
Our Take On This Week’s News
Virginia’s Attorney General issues guidance to teachers viewing ‘cyberbullying’ data on mobile devices; no mention of proper forensics. What could go wrong? Read more in this story from The Daily Progress, and the report from the AG.
Next target for Wikileaks: businesses? Andy Greenberg from Forbes broke this excellent story with an interview with Julian Assange of Wikileaks. It’s a long read, AND well worth it. A great article to give to non-technical managers.
Tales from the Dark Web
Members of the Dark Web target recipients of packages – Asprox Botnet Sending Fake DHL Spam
Department of Homeland Security Ofﬁce of Inspector General: Transportation Security Administration’s Management of Its Screening Workforce Training Program Can Be Improved
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