Martin was out of town this week and put our fine show into my trustworthy hands. A trust I quickly dashed as I invited Chris Hoff to join the show. We managed to avoid any significantly bad language, and both of use were completely sober. I think.
Chris and I started with a discussion of the latest national cybersecurity recommendations, moving on to the CheckFree attack, the DNSChanger trojan, DLP/DRM advances by Microsoft/EMC and McAfee/Liquid Machines, and finishing with one of our pontificating discussions about the cloud.
Here’s the show, and the show notes: The Network Security Podcast, Episode 131, December 9, 2008.
- The Commission on Cyber Security for the 44th Presidency releases their long-awaited report.
- CheckFree online bill payment redirected to a malicious site.
- The DNS Changer trojan starts it’s own internal DHCP server.
- The future of DLP/information-centric security as Microsoft and EMC partner, then McAfee and Liquid Machines (and a few other vendors we talk about).