Tag Archives: privacy

Contrarisk Security Podcast #0041: The battle for privacy

» Listen or download now on the podcasts page » Privacy in the digital realm has become a hot topic. There has always been a debate about the degree to which law enforcement and intelligence agencies should be allowed to snoop on what many of us would consider private communications. But that discussion became supercharged following the leaks by Edward Snowden and… 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 »

Google Glass: a security disaster waiting to happen?

So, it seems we have the first vulnerability for Google Glass, even before the product from your favourite Internet stalker hits the stores. Consultant Jay ‘saurik’ Freeman has described how he used a known exploit for Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0) to get root on Glass. This isn’t going to endear the platform to people who are already worried about… Read more »