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Jul 12, 2015
This week on Paul's Security Weekly, we interview Andrew Hay. Andrew is the Director of Research at OpenDNS where he leads the research efforts for the company.
Jul 4, 2015
For this week in cyber news, we are joined by Apollo Clark in studio mixing drinks. We discuss WiFi sense on Windows 10, why CyberUL is a bad idea (drink), and is Amazon replacing the current TLS library?
Jul 4, 2015
On this week's discussion, we talk about the top 10 reasons to dive into Information Security as a career.
Jul 4, 2015

This week, we interview Shay Chen. He currently runs several large-scale researches, published annually:
1) The WAVSEP vulnerability scanner comparison test-bed and annual benchmark, covering 64 web application vulnerability scanners engines, and currently in its fifth year.
2) The RvR attack-vector classification project (tecapi.com), which aims to compare features of diverse types of infosec products.
3) The upcoming WAFEP test-bed for web application firewalls, already used in upcoming corresponding comparisons.

Jun 28, 2015
This week for stories, we dive into Samsung woes with their keyboard. We also discuss the ClueBat, the alternative to the Clue by four. We are joined by Not Kevin in studio and Rick Farina hangs with us to talk about why the government sucks at cyber security.
Jun 28, 2015
Listener submitted discussion on pros and cons of rolling your own password manager.
Jun 28, 2015

This week, we interview Rick Farina who is a well known wireless hacker and member of the DEF CON Wireless Village team and the Wireless Capture the Flag team.

He talks wireless security and shows off the new Pwn Pad.

Jun 20, 2015

In stories this week, we talk about how to properly handle a security breach (LastPass), and how HackerOne connects hackers with companies. You can view the full list of stories and links in our wiki below:

http://wiki.securityweekly.com/wiki/index.php/Episode423#Stories_of_the_Week_-_7:30PM-8:00PM

Jun 20, 2015
This week, we interview Patrick Wardle to talk about Mac OS X security. He built a free application called KnockKnock. Find links to his website and twitter on the wiki here: http://wiki.securityweekly.com/wiki/index.php/Episode423#Guest_Interview:_Patrick_Wardle_-_6:05PM-6:35PM
Jun 20, 2015
In this episode we talk about the OPM hack, a little bit about corporate espionage, and the possibilities of hackers modifying drug pumps at hospitals to deliver fatal dosages to patients.
Jun 13, 2015
This week, we feature Apollo Clark in studio to mix up some mojitos and talk about security for startups.
Jun 13, 2015
This week, we talk about Apple moving to 6-character passcodes and the OpenSesame attack to open non-rolling code Garage Doors.
Jun 13, 2015
CEO / Product Architect Ferruh Mavituna has been working in the application security industry for well over a decade and his ambition to ease the process of automatically detecting web application vulnerabilities led him to build Netsparker, and pursued it to the point of commercial reality. Ferruh is also the Netsparker’s Product Architect.
Jun 10, 2015
This week for stories, we are joined by Not Kevin in studio. We discuss what percentage of weapons make it past the TSA, DoS'ing Windows Skype users, and Microsoft to support and include OpenSSH.
Jun 10, 2015
Stephen Sims is an industry expert with over 15 years of experience in information technology and security. Stephen currently works out of San Francisco as a consultant performing reverse engineering, exploit development, threat modeling, and penetration testing.
May 31, 2015
For this weeks stories, we feature Trey Ford and figure out how to reboot iPhones with just a text message.
May 24, 2015
Logjam, Wordpress vulnerabability, and more.
May 24, 2015

This week Gavin Millard from Tenable Network Security joins us to shine a light on Shadow IT, talk about how to get things done in security, and several more topics related to information security. Gavin is also the husband of Mehreen, who you all may know from the popular Security Weekly meme "wake up Mehreen".

Gavin is a trained, ethical hacker who works with medium and large enterprises to address their cybersecurity challenges. With a deep understanding of how attackers plot a breach, he helps bring these companies to a trusted state of IT infrastructure. He previously worked as the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) technical director for Tripwire. He has also spoken frequently on data integrity, hacking and other key security topics. Current Position: As Technical Director, EMEA, Gavin is involved with the major clients in the EMEA region, helping to manage and reduce their attack surface.

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