On Lock and Code this week, we discuss a United Arab Emirates surveillance campaign that, bizarrely, involves the CIO at ExpressVPN.
There are certain things your kids should never grow out of. And two of these are following great cybersecurity and privacy practices.
On Lock and Code this week, we speak with VMware technical account manager Matt Crape about backups, a complex defense to ransomware.
Hackers, tractors, and a few delayed actors. How hacker Sick Codes learned too much about John Deere: Lock and Code S02E16
No one ever wants a group of hackers to say about their company: “We had the keys to the kingdom.” But that’s exactly what the hacker Sick Codes said on this week’s episode of Lock and Code, in speaking with host David Ruiz, when talking about his and fellow hackers’ efforts to peer into John…
Twitter revealed that ID verification on its site would not have prevented recent, racist tweets directed at England’s football players.
“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.
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.