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Contrarisk Security Podcast #0042

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» Listen or download now on the podcasts page » Do too many small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) believe that security is something only big firms need to worry about? In this interview, Colin Tankard, managing director of Digital Pathways, explains that, indeed, many firms believe themselves to be too small and uninteresting to attract the attention of hackers. This… Read more »

Contrarisk Security Podcast #0030: Identity and privacy

» Listen or download now on the podcasts page » With the Internet now playing such as intrinsic part of our lives, identity management (IM) has entered a new world. As Daniel Raskin, VP of marketing at ForgeRock, explains in this interview, what was once a simple matter of allowing employees to authenticate themselves on a local network has moved out… Read more »

Contrarisk Security Podcast #0029: Vulnerability monitoring

» Listen or download now on the podcasts page » Is the real threat to our security APTs or apathy? We all know that the software on our systems contains vulnerabilities and needs constant patching. And malware generally attacks well-known vulnerabilities that we have the ability to fix. So why isn’t it done? “If you can implement a good vulnerability management programme,… Read more »

Contrarisk Security Podcast #0026: Evolving DDoS

» Listen or download now on the podcasts page » Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have been with us for a long time. But is the nature of the attacks evolving, and how is this presenting new threats? We’re all too familiar with DDoS being exploited for hacktivism, political purposes and for extortion. But, in this interview, Dave Larson, CTO of… Read more »