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This Week in Enterprise Tech (MP3)

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This Week in Enterprise Tech explores the complex, cutting edge world of enterprise technology. Hosted by Lou Maresca, TWiET features IT professionals explaining the ins and outs of enterprise solutions.

Records live every Friday at 4:30pm Eastern / 1:30pm Pacific / 21:30 UTC.
165 Episodes
Leaked court documents reveal Facebook's paranoiaThis isn't hover converters, but Ghost wants to retrofit your car to be autonomousHacking Siri, Alexa and Google Home devices by shining lasers at themNew Titanium backdoor mimics popular PC software to stay hiddenWiSPA update from President & CEO Claude AikenISPs lied to confuse Congress about encrypted DNS according to MozillaQualys President and Chief Product Officer Sumedh Thakar on IT asset management and digital transformation.Hosts: Louis Maresca and Brian CheeGuest: Sumedh ThakarDownload or subscribe to this show at
India asks WhatsApp to explain privacy breachThe Patent Office is looking to AI for helpFCC plans Huawei/ZTE ban, may require ripping out existing network gearChrome Zero-DaySecurity pros fear insider attacks stem from Cloud AppBoris Johnson may let Huawei access UK's 5G networkThousands of QNAP NAS devices have been infected with the QS natch malwareFive months after returning rental car, man still has remote controlCybersecurity's "Moral Imperative"Jonathan Lieberman, CEO and co-founder of itopia on VDI vs. DaaS.Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt FranklinGuest: Jonathan LiebermanDownload or subscribe to this show at offer code ENTERPRISEWWT.COM/ - use code: TWIT
BBC Launches new Tor Website to thwart censorship attempts40% of Security Pros Job Hunting as Satisfaction DropsRepublicans storm ultra-secure "SCIF," some with cell phones blazingUS Department of Homeland Security has become embroiled in the leakA new security vision outlined at Gartner SYMposium/XpoHackers steal secret crypto keys for NordVPN. Here's what we know so farShould you ditch Chrome for FireFox?Common Pitfalls of Security MonitoringWeakening the System of Patent Challenges will Hurt Consumers, Unions, and Health Care ProvidersFacebook must face $35B facial-recognition lawsuit following a court rulingAlex Rosen is the Managing Director of Ridge Ventures Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt FranklinGuest: Alex RosenDownload or subscribe to this show at offer code
AT&T and their sneaky revenue tricksOlder Amazon devices subject to old Wi-Fi vulnerabilityCalifornia is trying to pass a law that make freelance journalism a thing of the pastTyposquatting websites proliferate in run-up to US electionsProject Soli - The tech behind radar motion senseCryptojacking worm targets and infects 2,000 Docker hostsAugmented Reality is making industrial work more productiveGlitching: The hardware attack that can disrupt secure softwareSaid Ouissal, CEO and Founder of ZEDEDA talks with Lou and Curtis about IoT and Edge computing.Hosts: Louis Maresca and Curt FranklinGuest: Said OuissalDownload or subscribe to this show at
iTunes ZeroDayAttackers hide behind trusted domains, HTTPSAPI Security: Confessions of a non-programming infosec junkyFacebook debuts latest PyTorch w/ Google TPU supportCan the Girl Scouts save the moon from cyberattack?Making DevSecOps part of your cultureFlaw in Cyberoam firewalls exposed corporate networks to hackersAn appeals court says FCC can repeal Net Neutrality, but can't tell states what to doAppSec "Spaghetti on the Wall" Tool Strategy undermining securityHosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" WilliamsDownload or subscribe to this show at offer code ENTERPRISE
TWiET 362: Redis Player One

TWiET 362: Redis Player One


Netflix consumes 15% of the world's global internet trafficMagecart Group 4 linked to Cobalt Group in new researchLTE-M: 4G for the Internet of ThingsDutch police take down a hosting provider to stop DDoS botnetsMillions more embedded devices contain vulnerable IPnet softwareISPs vs. Google on encrypted DNSAttackers exploit 0-day vulnerability that gives full control of Android phonesRansomware forces hospitals to turn away all but the most critical patientsFISMA requirements relate to firmware securityKyle Davis of Redis Labs on a database that works like a developer thinks.Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt FranklinGuest: Kyle DavisDownload or subscribe to this show at - use code: offer code EnterpriseWWT.COM/TWIT
No Surprise - Voting machines are vulnerable to hacks, and they have been hackedThe shift to serverless is realNo, it wasn't a virus; it was Chrome that stopped Macs from bootingNuclear fission rockets - the things dreams are made ofA DoorDash Breach Brings a Side of Exposed Credentials With Your MealHigh-severity vulnerability in vBulletin is being actively exploitedSupercomputer? Phooey! Try Google's quantum computer!How Network Logging Mitigates Legal RiskCould Your Organization be Using Too Many Security Tools?Coder deletes open-source add-on for Chef in protest over ICE contractMatthew Halliday, co-founder and VP of Products at real-time analytics company Incorta Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt FranklinGuest: Matthew HallidayDownload or subscribe to this show at
Edward Snowden doesn't want you thinking he is colluding with RussiaWorking at WeWork? Your data was visibleA tool in webcams and DVRs is enabling DDoSesAT&T wants to smother you with a blanket claim that you agreed to let them sell your dataGitHub is growing up: It just bought Semmle and became a CVE Numbering AuthorityMillions of Americans' medical images and data are available on the Internet50 states and territories launch massive joint probe into GoogleCrowdsourcing security researchHackers are trying to steal passwords from VPNsHosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt FranklinDownload or subscribe to this show at
The Joker Malware hits Android and it's no joke.So much for Law & Order: Attacks continue on Universities from Iranian group despite indictments.Sophos open-sources Sandboxie.281 Arrested in International BEC Takedown.PsiXBot Malware upgraded to use DNS-over-HTTPS.Encrypted DNS could help close the biggest privacy gap on the Internet.An appeals court rules that scraping a public website is not a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.Community projects highlight the need for security volunteers.Anthony James of Infoblox on why DNS security is often overlooked and when left unprotected can leave the backdoor to enterprise networks wide open.Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Curt Franklin, and Brian McHenryDownload or subscribe to this show at offer code
TWiET 358: Hack 'N Jack

TWiET 358: Hack 'N Jack


Yahoo outage worldwide-signs of the times?Making passwords 14 million times harder to crackCrimeware as a business modelSIM swap hack on Twitter's CEO Jack DorseyHackers may have hit the limits of RansomwareWith Great (IOT) power, comes great responsibilityLong live the passwordAre insurance companies causing the rise in ransomware attacks?'Automated' vs. 'Autonomous' solutionsSachin Gupta from Cisco talks about Wi-Fi 6 and Intent-Based NetworkingHosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" WilliamsGuest: Sachin GuptaDownload or subscribe to this show at
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