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Oct 27, 2014

In this episode

  • Chris attempts to explain the consternation with 'security research' right now
  • Kevin gives his perspective and why he doesn't quite understand why people don't see they're "breakin' the law"
  • Shawn discusses what parts of the CFAA he would like to see reformed
  • James drops the question - "What is a...


Oct 20, 2014

Topics covered

  • The FBI paid a visit to the "researcher" who revealed (and tinkered with) the hacked Yahoo! servers - we discuss the various aspects of this case, which we've been going round and round on lately
  • US Cyber Security Czar Michael Daniel wants us...


Oct 13, 2014

In this episode

  • Ron gives us a brief history of Tenable and TVM for the enterprise
  • Ron answers "How do you make network security obtainable and defendable?"
  • We discuss TVM as a fundamental principle to many other security program items
  • Ron tells us what the modern definition of "policy" is
  • We discuss some hurdles and...


Oct 6, 2014

Topics covered

  • The petition on WhiteHouse.gov titled "Unlock public access to research on software safety through DMCA and CFAA reform" and ...well we talk about it with an attorney and some necessary skepticism


Oct 2, 2014

Thank you to Shawn Tuma - an attorney specializing in CFAA and a good friend of our show - for stopping by and lending his expertise on this episode. If you enjoy Shawn's insights, consider following him on Twitter ( @ShawnETuma ) or just saying hello!

 

In this episode

  • We discuss the CFAA in regards to Robert Graham's...