Not only do you have to worry about your PC being infected, but your mobile phone could also contain financially motivated malware, says one security researcher.Read More >
During the annual Cryptographer's Panel at the RSA Conference 2013, one of the co-founders of RSA admitted that cryptography is "less important" today.Read More >
In his keynote speech this morning at the RSA Conference 2013, Francis deSouza, president of products and security systems at Symantec, announced that his company had found a missing piece to the Stuxnet mystery: prior existence of the malware.Read More >
In his keynote speech at the RSA Conference 2013, Scott Charney, president of Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft, said that electronic IDs pose a bit of a chicken and egg problem for security: which comes first, the card or the reason for the card?Read More >
My guest this week is Philippe Courtot, CEO of Qualys. Courtot is a very interesting person. He holds a master’s degree in physics from the University of Paris, is on the board of directors for StopBadware.org, and in 2012, he launched the Trustworthy Internet Movement, a nonprofit, vendor-neutral organization committed to resolving the problems of Internet security, privacy and reliability. Before that, he was the CEO of ccMail. Next week at RSA he will be giving one of the keynote speeches on what enterprises need to know about the Internet of Things, which he talks about in this radio interview.
You can hear my full conversation with Courtot, along with a recap of this week’s news, here.
A transcript follows:Read More >
This week, Andrew Hoog, CEO of viaForensics, joins host Robert Vamosi for a discussion on mobile phone forensics. In addition to talking about his company, Hoog also gave a preview of his upcoming talk at RSA USA to be held February 25-March 1, 2013 in San Francisco, CA.Read More >