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The CyberJungle • Episode 389

* Our Take on "Changeable Biometrics"
* DarkWeb: BCE attacker steals over $100m from businesses
* LastPass tackles zero day discoveries
* The sad state of Android patches
* Deceptive security on a budget
* Healthcare looks to cloud to improve security
* US Supreme Court to rule: Who controls used ink cartridges?
Mar 28, 2017

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The CyberJungle • Episode 388

* Our Take on the Mobile World Congress
* DarkWeb: SHA1 Flaw Already Exploited
* SysAdmin Case Could Ripple Through All Businesses
* Waymo v Uber Case Should Ripple Through Businesses
* Weak Link of Data in the Cloud
* The Challenges of Business Cyber Insurance
Feb 27th, 2017

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The CyberJungle • Episode 387

* Exclusive: Cujo to protect IoT
* DarkWeb: Financial Attacks Soar
* Android Ransomeware by-passes appstore protection
* Chrome and MSIE browser security nightmares
* Chrome WebEx plugin security nightmare
* Symantec issues more illegit SSL certs
* 5 common incident responses errors
* How did Private Manning get caught, if WikiLeaks doesn't reveal sources?
Jan 25th, 2017

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The CyberJungle • Episode 386

* New Details Suggest Rogue Government Agent Deleted Evidence in Silk Road Case
* DarkWeb: 'Dronejacking' may be the next big cyber threat; Tech support scams evolve, borrow tricks from ransomware creators
* Ira talked about the comments by Javvad Malik, security advocate at AlienVault, about the SF Muni breach
* IPhone users hit by 'calendar spam'
* Mirai botnet attack hits thousands of home routers, throwing users offline
* US-CERT updates cybersecurity incident notification guidelines
* Hunted: CBS game show contestants to flee surveillance
* This $1,500 Toaster Oven Is Everything That's Wrong With Silicon Valley Design
Nov 30th, 2016

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The CyberJungle • Episode 385

* Contrarian approach to a more secure smartphones
* DarkWeb: Fallout from the DynDNS attack
* Bug bounty test gone horribly wrong
* Passwords get a fresh look
* Hidden gem in the new Macbooks
* Bitcoin+Insurance=NewJobs
Oct 31, 2016

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The CyberJungle • Episode 384

* Special Edition covering: HTCIA 2016
* Dr. Fred Cohen, new approaches to infosec
* Brian Carrier, creator of open source forensic tools
* News: Security Awareness Fail? New SWIFT Attacks; New Mac Trojan
Sept 29, 2016

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The CyberJungle • Episode 383

* Special Edition covering: DefCon24, BSidesLV2016, and BlackHatUSA2016
* DefCon24: Cyber Grand Challenge, InfoSec and AI, SE Village
* BlackHatUSA2016: CEO of Privoro, Mike Fong
* BSidesLV2016: Arnold Reinhold, Diceware project
* Wrap: Cell Carrier's USB drives carry malware
Aug 15, 2016

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The CyberJungle • Episode 382

On The CyberJungle - Episode 382:
* Popular security software that opens "hooks" for attackers
* DDoS attacks grow
* FDIC breach cover-up
* DarkWeb: Remote desktop grants attack access
* CEO of Sumuri: Speed-up forensics with virtulization tools
Jul 20, 2016

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The CyberJungle • Episode 381

On The CyberJungle - Episode 381:
* A digital forensic take on the first Tesla auto-pilot death
* Sealthy auto-pilot start-up gets $200m in funding
* Symantec security contains serious security flaws
* Windows "BadTunnel" 0Day flaw impacts all versions
* Patchable flaws in LibreOffice, FoxitPDF
* Fighting social engineering
* Another SWIFT bank attack: $10m stolen
* DarkWeb: Linux-IoT BotNets, MobileDevice Ransomeware
* TOR Nodes in NH Public Library
July 2nd, 2016

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The CyberJungle • Episode 380

On The CyberJungle - Episode 380 for May 30 2016:
* Ira's Take on Enfuse2016: Leveraging Multiple Skills to Analyze Evidence; Changing the Dialogue about Preservation and Spoliation; Creating Human-Friendly Security and Privacy Systems
* Heather Mahalik, Sr. SANS Instructor
* Aaron Higbee, Phishme CTO
* David Cowen, Author Hacking Exposed Computer Forensics
May 30th, 2016

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