Month: December 2016

Hack Naked News #104 - December 28, 2016

Two critical vulnerabilities you will want to patch before 2017 and a free tool to keep ransomware off the new gadgets you received over the holidays. Full Show Notes: http://wiki.securityweekly.com/wiki/index.php/Hack_Naked_News_104_December_28_2016 Visit http://hacknaked.tv to get all the latest episodes! Powered by WPeMatico


Paul's Security Weekly #494 - Three-Part Staffs and Self-Heating Toilets

Eric “Munin” Rand of Brown Hat Security joins us, Joshua Marpet and Scott Lyons deliver a tech segment on credit cards escaping the Cardholder Data Environment, and we cover the security news for the week. Stay tuned to our last episode of 2016! Powered by WPeMatico


2016 A Big year looking back, and a peak into 2017

Most of us are so busy during the year that in the heat of all the action it becomes challenging to appreciate the real impact of all the changes that have occurred in the past year. Obviously, the merger of Dell and EMC to create the single largest end-to-end provider of IT infrastructure on the planet stands out as arguably the most significant IT events of my life, and certainly one of the biggest of 2016. But it’s important to remember that mergers of this scale don’t occur in…


Enterprise Security Weekly #27 - Using Ubuntu With Windows 10

Our very own John Strand delivers a technical segment on integrating Ubuntu with Windows 10. Learn this invaluable skill here on Enterprise Security Weekly! Powered by WPeMatico