From Paul's Security Weekly
- 1 Paul's Security Weekly #561
- 2 Announcements
- 3 Interview: Steven Bellovin, Columbia University - 6:00PM-6:45PM
- 4 Tech Seg: Sven Morgenroth, Netsparker - 6:45-7:45PM
- 5 Security News - 7:45PM-8:30PM
Paul's Security Weekly #561
Recorded May 24, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Steven Bellovin, Columbia University - 6:00PM-6:45PM
More details may be found at http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~smb/informal-bio.html.
- How did you get your start in information security?
- What was the driving force behind writing "Firewalls and Internet Security"?
- How did you get together with the co-authors of the book?
- How has information security changed since your first wrote the book?
- What are the most impactful misconceptions of security today?
- What sparked the idea(s) for your latest booking: Thinking Security?
- understand how to design security architectures that don’t just prevent attacks wherever possible, but also deal with the consequences of failures. - What are some things for us to think about to be able to deal with the consequences of failures?
- What can we as security professionals today do to encourage the next generation of hackers?
- What is the impact of encryption on our society? For good guys? For bad guys? How to we attempt to make sure bad people aren't using encryption to their benefit? Or can we?
- How fragile is the Internet today with respects to wide-reaching disruption?
- What advice do you give your students today about their careers and information security?
- From 2013–2015 you were a Member of the National Research Council study committee on FAA Next Generation Air Traffic Control System,, what can you share with us about this experience?
Tech Seg: Sven Morgenroth, Netsparker - 6:45-7:45PM
Security News - 7:45PM-8:30PM
- What Will GDPR's Impact Be On U.S. Consumer Privacy?
- DOJ Sinkholes VPNFilter Control Servers Found in US
- Blue Team Training Toolkit (BT3) 2.7 Packet Storm
- 24 DevOps Pros Reveal the Most Important Characteristic of a Successful DevOps Engineer - Security Boulevard
- Font Steganography - Schneier on Security
- InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - "Blocked" Does Not Mean "Forget It"
- This Day In Market History, May 24: AOL Is Founded
- Pornhub launches VPNhub a free and unlimited VPN service
- FBI seizes domain Russia allegedly used to infect 500,000 consumer routers
- Police: Florida man tasered after walking naked through neighborhood carrying cooking oil - I hate it when that happens...
- A Congressional Debate Was Hacked to Show Gay Porn - The best part of this article: According to KRCR, moderator Chris Verrill could be heard saying, “Looks like we got hacked again, we’ll try to fix this,” and then the feed was cut entirely. AGAIN! LOL
- Why The Older You Get, The More You Hate Everyone (And Why That's OK)
- Security Managers and Modernization Don’t Mix…or Do They?
- FBI exaggerated inability to access encrypted devices in promotion of ‘Going Dark’ problem
- Surprise! Student receives $36,000 Google bug bounty for RCE flaw
- For the Love of God, Stop Renting Routers From Comcast "A bug in Comcast’s router and modem activation process potentially exposed the private data of millions of customers who rented hardware from the company."
- Amazon's Alexa recorded private conversation and sent it to random contact"The company, which has insisted its Echo devices aren’t always recording, has confirmed the audio was sent"
- FBI repeatedly overstated encryption threat figures to Congress, public"FBI Director Christopher A. Wray cited the inflated figure as the most compelling evidence for the need to address what the FBI calls “Going Dark” — the spread of encrypted software that can block investigators’ access to digital data even with a court order."