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Defensive Security Podcast Episode 72 - June 17, 2014


Scanning DNS with Nmap - Episode 376, Part 2 of 3 - June 5, 2014


The Key to Anticipating Cyber-Attacks


Symantec - How safe is your quantified self?

Each day, millions of people worldwide are actively recording every aspect of their lives, thoughts, experiences, and achievements in an activity known as self-tracking (aka quantified self or life logging). People who engage in self-tracking do so for various reasons. Given the amount of personal data being generated, transmitted, and stored at various locations, privacy and security are important considerations for users of these devices and applications. Symantec has found security risks in a large number of self-tracking devices and applications. One of the most significant findings was that all of the wearable activity-tracking devices examined, including those from leading brands, are vulnerable to location tracking.

Industry Failed to Keep Pace With Innovation: Yoran


Cybersecurity Challenges


Verizon 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report

Gain fresh insight into cyber espionage and denial-of-service attacks in the 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR).

The Expert (Short Comedy Sketch)


How Infected Are We?


Stephen Colbert Keynote RSA Conference


How to Create the Perfect Password


Watch CryptoLocker in action


Exploring the Information Security and Compliance Fabric of Office 365


Everything You Need to Know on TOR & the Deep Web


What's Using All the Bandwidth?


Defensive Security Podcast Episode 71 - June 10, 2014


Heartbleed, Running the Code - Computerphile