Julian Sanchez and Gus Hurwitz join the podcast to talk about Shadowbrokers, Abbott Labs, and Burger King.
Latest in Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast
Our guest interview is with Nick Weaver, of Berkeley’s International Computer Science Institute. It covers the latest dumps of hacker tools, the vulnerability equities process, the so-bad-you-want-to-cover-your-eyes story of Juniper and the Dual_EC hacks, and ends with a tour of recent computer security disasters.
Episode 157 digs into the security of the medical internet of things. Which, we discover, could be described more often than we’d like as an internet of things that want to kill us.
Our interview is with Michael Daniel, former Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator at the White House and current President of the Cyber Threat Alliance. Plus, Wikileaks, forgetting passwords, end-to-end encryption, and GCHQ.
Episode 155 of the podcast offers something new: equal time for opposing views. Well, sort of, anyway
In this week’s episode, we ask two acknowledged NSA cybersecurity experts, Curtis Dukes and Tony Sager, both from the Center for Internet Security, what they tell their family members about how to keep their computers, phones, and doorbells safe from hackers. And Carrie Cordero joins the team for the news roundup.
Matt Tait takes us on a tour of Russia’s cyberoperations and the gang discusses the Trump wiretap story, internet-enabled teddy bears, and 702 reauthorization.
Our guest for episode 152 is Paul Rosenzweig, and we tour the horizon with him.
This week on the podcast, we take a trip to RSA to interview John “Four” Flynn of Uber, Heather Adkins of Google, and Troels Oerting of Barclays Bank and cover the news from the conference keynotes.
In our interview this week, we explore multiple worthwhile Canadian initiatives with Dominic Rochon, deputy chief of policy and communications for CSE, Canada’s version of the NSA and with Patricia Kosseim, general counsel and director general for policy at the Office of Canada’s Privacy Commissioner. Plus, a discussion of Judge Robart's recent busy schedule, Tallinn 2.0, Hal Martin, and that pesky cybersecurity EO.