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Botnet Takedowns: Who's Winning, Who's Losing
Date: 7/23/2014
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How can we achieve the maximum botnet disruption with the minimum collateral damage? We'll pick the brain of Craig D. Spiezle, executive director and founder of the Online Trust Alliance in this critical episode.
Cyber Security’s Hottest Startups – And How They Get That Way
Date: 7/16/2014
Tim Wilson, Editor in Chief, Dark Reading; Rick Gordon, Managing Partner, Mach37
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Where do information security startups come from? More important, how can I tell a good one from a flash in the pan? Learn how to separate ITSec wheat from chaff in this episode.
The Changing Role of the CSO
Date: 7/9/2014
Rick Howard, Bob Quinn, and Steve Durbin
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Marilyn Cohodas and her guests talk about the evolving relationship between CIO and CSO.
Hacked: Oracle Database Security
Date: 7/2/2014
David Litchfield
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Kelly Jackson Higgins talks with David Litchfield about the true security of Oracle's latest security feature.
RAT Exterminators: Update on the GOZeus Sting
Date: 6/25/2014
Adam Meyers
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In this episode of Dark Reading Radio we find out how successful Operation Tovar has been thusfar, how cybercriminals have responded, and what happens next.
Phishing, Watering Holes, And Other Social Engineering Scams
Date: 6/18/2014
Scott Gréaux, Vice President, Product Management and Services at PhishMe
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Today’s “social engineering” attackers know a thousand ways to fool your users. In this special edition of Dark Reading Radio, we speak to one of the industry’s top experts on social engineering to find out how your business can stop them.
Breaking the Glass Ceiling in InfoSec
Date: 6/11/2014
Marisa Fagan, community manager at Bugcrowd; Kerstyn Clover, consultant on the SecureState Attack and Defense Team; and Lysa Myers, security researcher for ESET
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What does it take to break the glass ceiling in infosec? This panel, led by Marilyn Cohodas, gives you the information you need to hammer away at a very real problem.
Pay Up Or Never See Your Data Again: Ransomware Raises The Stakes
Date: 6/4/2014
Kelly Jackson-Higgins and Lance James
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How can you prevent or defend against the new and more destructive forms of ransomware? In this episode of Dark Reading Radio, Lance James, a renowned security expert and head of cyber intelligence at Deloitte & Touche, will provide a peek at his upcoming presentation for Black Hat USA.
The Real Reason You Can't Fill Vacant Security Jobs
Date: 5/28/2014
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You're desperately looking for a qualified security professional. In this episode of Dark Reading Radio, experts will discuss why you must take a deep breath, steel your nerves and entirely shake up your hiring process.
Pen Testing: A Day in the Life
Date: 5/21/2014
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How does a pen testing project work? Who are the people behind it, and exactly what do they do to test enterprise defenses? Editor in chief Tim Wilson interviews John Sawyer to bring you all the answers.
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Published: 2014-07-24
Unrestricted file upload vulnerability in Attachmate Verastream Process Designer (VPD) before R6 SP1 Hotfix 1 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code by uploading and launching an executable file.

Published: 2014-07-24
Race condition in the power policy functions in policy-funcs in acpi-support before 0.142 allows local users to gain privileges via unspecified vectors.

Published: 2014-07-24
OleumTech WIO DH2 Wireless Gateway and Sensor Wireless I/O Modules allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via packets that report a high battery voltage.

Published: 2014-07-24
OleumTech WIO DH2 Wireless Gateway and Sensor Wireless I/O Modules, when BreeZ is used, do not require authentication for reading the site security key, which allows physically proximate attackers to spoof communication by obtaining this key after use of direct hardware access or manual-setup mode.

Published: 2014-07-24
OleumTech WIO DH2 Wireless Gateway and Sensor Wireless I/O Modules rely exclusively on a time value for entropy in key generation, which makes it easier for remote attackers to defeat cryptographic protection mechanisms by predicting the time of project creation.

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