Paul's Security Weekly #574
Recorded September 6, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Wim Remes, Wire Security bvba - 6:00-6:45PM
Wim Remes leverages his 15 years of security leadership experience to advise clients on reducing their risk posture by solving complex security problems and by building resiliency into their organization. Wim delivers expert guidance on reducing the high cost of IT security failures, both financially and in terms of brand reputation with his deep expertise in network security, identity management, policy design, risk assessment and penetration testing. Before starting NRJ Security, Wim was a Manager Strategic Services at Rapid7, Managing Consultant at IOActive, a Manager of Information Security for Ernst and Young and a Security Consultant for Bull, where he gained valuable experience building security programs for enterprise class clients.
Wim has been engaged in various infosec community initiatives such as the co-development of the Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES), InfosecMentors, The Eurotrash Security Podcast and organizing the BruCON security conference. Wim has been a featured speaker at international conferences such as Excaliburcon (China), Blackhat Europe, Source Boston, Source Barcelona and SecZone (Colombia). He is also a Member of the Board of Directors at (ISC)2.
Tech Segment: - 6:45PM-7:45PM
Security News - 7:45PM-8:30PM
- Spanish driver tests positive for every drug in test
- Remotely exploitable flaw in Schneider Electric PLCs is a danger to OT networks - Help Net Security
- Vulnerabilities found in the remote management interface of Supermicro servers | ZDNet
- Google fixes Chrome issue that allowed theft of WiFi logins | ZDNet
- Localhost HTTP debugging with Fiddler
- Red Flags Someone Is Spying on Your Computer | Reader's Digest
- Browser Extensions: Are They Worth the Risk? Krebs on Security
- Active Campaign Exploits Critical Apache Struts 2 Flaw in the Wild
- U.S. to Charge North Korean Spy Over WannaCry and Sony Pictures Hack
- HTTPS crypto-shame: TV Licensing website pulled offline
- How to manipulate Apple's podcast charts, and get yourself a top-rated show
- The Vulnerability Disclosure Process: Still Broken
- Cisco warns customers of critical security flaws, advisory includes Apache Struts | ZDNet