Podcast

Disaster planning with Lesley Carhart, and the slim chance of a critical infrastructure “big one”: Lock and Code S02E14 - On Lock and Code this week, we speak with principal threat hunter Lesley Carhart about critical infrastructure cybersecurity.
“Seven or eight” zero-days: The failed race to fix Kaseya VSA, with Victor Gevers, Lock and Code S02E13 - Kaseya VSA had “seven or eight” zero-day vulnerabilities, revealed DIVD Chair Victor Gevers in the latest episode of Lock and Code.
Racing against a real-life ransomware attack, with Ski Kacoroski: Lock and Code S02E12 - This week on Lock and Code, we speak with Northshore School District systems administrator Ski Kacoroski about recovering from ransomware.
Want to stop ransomware attacks? Send the cybercriminals to jail, says Brian Honan: Lock and Code S02E11 - This week on Lock and Code, we speak to BH Consulting CEO Brian Honan about what can be done to stop today's frequent ransomware attacks.
Can two VPN “wrongs” make a right? Lock and Code S02E10 - In 2016, a mid-20s man began an intense, prolonged, digital harassment campaign against his new roommate. His VPNs helped put him in prison.
Shining a light on dark patterns with Carey Parker: Lock and Code S02E09 - This week on Lock and Code, we speak to cybersecurity expert and author Carey Parker about dark patterns, which can trick you online.
Alleviating ransomware’s legal headaches with Jake Bernstein: Lock and Code S02E08 - This week on Lock and Code, we speak to cybersecurity and privacy attorney Jake Bernstein about ransomware attacks that can cause legal peril.
Breaking free from the VirusTotal silo: Lock and Code S02E07 - This week on Lock and Code, we speak to Malwarebytes CISO John Donovan about going beyond VirusTotal to evaluate your cybersecurity tools.
Beating security fatigue with Troy Hunt, Chloé Messdaghi, and Tanya Janca: Lock and Code S02E06 - This week on Lock and Code, we speak to three cybersecurity experts—Troy Hunt, Chloé Messdaghi, and Tanya Janca—about security fatigue.

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