Monthly Archives: April 2016

Contrarisk Security Podcast #0039: Open source security

Open source code – in the form of libraries and frameworks – plays an important role in much of today’s software development. But it’s not without its risks. Many people assume that the open nature of the code means that it is heavily scrutinised and that , according to Linus’ Law, “given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow”. But open source… Read more »

Contrarisk Security Podcast #0038: Security Operations Centres

» Listen or download now on the podcasts page » Many organisations are centralising and concentrating their cyber-security efforts in Security Operation Centres (SOCs). The aim is to provide a more coherent and comprehensive view of the organisation’s neyworks, and enable a focused and timely response in the event of an attack. But are they doing it right? And will these… Read more »

Contrarisk Security Podcast #0037: The flaw in healthcare apps

» Listen or download now on the podcasts page » Mobile apps are increasingly being used by the healthcare industry to provide customers with access to data and services. Your smartphone might even be monitoring the state of your health and sending that information to remote servers for analysis by your healthcare provider. As Stephen McCarney of Arxan Technologies explains in… Read more »

Contrarisk Security Podcast #0036: Securing the Internet of Things

» Listen or download now on the podcasts page » Connected devices – or the Internet of Things (IoT) if you prefer – is a reality now. As Cesare Garlati of the prpl Foundation explains in this interview, we’ve been through a “major wave of evolution”, heading towards a situation in which all electronic devices are likely to have some sort… Read more »