DiscoverChristopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™120 Security, Deep Fakes & Apple Glasses Oh My! w/ Dave Bittner
120 Security, Deep Fakes & Apple Glasses Oh My! w/ Dave Bittner

120 Security, Deep Fakes & Apple Glasses Oh My! w/ Dave Bittner

Update: 2019-11-27
Share

Description

Today, Dave Bittner, Producer and Host of The CyberWire Podcast and Hacking Humans podcast, joins us for a fascinating and timely discussion about security, the future, deep fakes Apple glasses and more. He is a regular guest of podcast Grumpy Old Geeks with previous guests, Jason DiFillipo & Brian Schulmister.

Trade-Off Between Operations and Risks

The episode starts off with a very timely topic on security. Christopher poses the question “why security is hard?” and Dave honestly answers that there are a trade-off and risk-reward decision-making process that needs to happen as security has played a huge role in every technology company nowadays.



Dave continues that breaches started getting bigger as well as ramifications and costs resulting in bad publicity, too. Board Members now have started giving their attention to security threats, as they, themselves can be liable for these breaches.

“I think these days good board members have to have a certain level of knowledge and education in cybersecurity because it touches everything.” - Dave Bittner

More on Data Breaches and Hacking 

Christopher asks if Dave thinks there would be more data breaches and hacking in the near future since the cost of technological equipment is getting cheaper. Dave answered that aside from these people professionalizing themselves, they have access to knowledge and tools that allow them to target victims, as opposed to the usual shotgun approach.

“I think there are a few things going on right now, I think we are seeing the sophistication of the actors increased in the sense that, there’s an increase in the professionalism of them.” - Dave Bittner

Other Future Related Topics

Dave shares more about privacy and security, as they were discussing Grumpy Old Geeks podcast, at the moment, 60% of people in the US genetic connections can be implied from the number of people who have already done their test from websites such as 23andme or Ancestry.com.

“The security implication is that biometric data—your DNA, your fingerprints, your face ID, facial recognition—those are the things that it’s very difficult to change, if not, impossible to change. If someone gets a hold of that and that something, that you’re using as a factor for your security, you cant just go reset that. That’s one of the long term concerns.” - Dave Bittner

To hear more about Security, Deep Fakes and Apple Glasses and more information about Dave, download and listen to the episode.

Bio:

Dave Bittner is the Producer and Host of The CyberWire Podcast, Hacking Humans podcast.

Links:

Twitter: @bittner



The Cyberwire



Survey: Most Data Center Managers Rely on Outdated Security Practices



Internet Companies Prepare to Fight the ‘Deepfake’ Future



We hope you enjoyed this episode of Follow Your Different! Christopher loves hearing from his listeners. Feel free to email him, connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and subscribe on <a href="https://itunes.apple.
Comments 
loading
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store
00:00
00:00
1.0x

0.5x

0.8x

1.0x

1.25x

1.5x

2.0x

3.0x

120 Security, Deep Fakes & Apple Glasses Oh My! w/ Dave Bittner

120 Security, Deep Fakes & Apple Glasses Oh My! w/ Dave Bittner

Christopher Lochhead