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Risky Business is a weekly information security podcast featuring news and in-depth interviews with industry luminaries. Launched in February 2007, Risky Business is a must-listen digest for information security pros. With a running time of approximately 50-60 minutes, Risky Business is pacy; a security podcast without the waffle.
 
Risky Business Extra is Risky.biz's second podcast feed. Here you'll find recorded security presentations and lectures, single-shot interviews with industry players, freelance contributions and more. Clearly labelled, single-shot sponsored content sometimes appears in this feed.
 
HM Risk is an insurance consulting firm with over 125 employees located in St. Louis, MO. We specialize in property/casualty, employee benefits, and personal insurance. In our "Risky Business" podcast, we will cover interesting topics related to risk management, providing useful information from knowledgeable guests with a light and entertaining format. Hosted by Richard Schuessler from HM's Property and Casualty team and Kath Welply from HM's Employee Benefits team.
 
Risky Business with the Coverage Queens: the podcast that talks about the business of educational technology and how tech devices affect our lives inside and outside the classroom. The Coverage Queens, Bliss Landon, a 30-year insurance expert, and Kathy Kaehler, a 30-year health and fitness guru share their expertise and discuss timely topics with EdTech leaders, business professionals, health and wellness experts, and users of technology.
 
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On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: UK, USA ban Chinese security cameras What is the Boa webserver and why is it everywhere? Vanuatu, Guadeloupe smashed by ransomware REvil back with more dumps despite ASD attention Much, much more This week’s sponsor guest is Jake King from Elastic Securit…
 
Compliance officers rarely have people seek them out and express an interest in supporting a compliance program. It’s exciting when that happens, and [Deborah Spanic](https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborahspanic/), Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer at [Clarios](https://www.clarios.com/), joins the show to share how she’s developed a framework that e…
 
In this podcast Patrick Gray talks to Tom Uren about US-China technological decoupling and the lack of an observable strategy so far. They also find that the use of geofence warrants in the Capital riot seems perfectly reasonable, and examine how Chinese twitter uses trying to find news about recent Covid protests are being deluged with spam. You c…
 
In this podcast Patrick Gray talks to Tom Uren about which national security concerns around TikTok are actually the “real ones” in light of Christopher Wray’s congressional testimony last week. They also talk about changes to NSPM-13, the rules governing Cyber Command operations and the looming Executive Order on commercial spyware. You can read t…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: Half of all UK COBRA meetings are ransomware related Ransomware biggest risk to US port security White House to move on spyware industry EU to launch its own Starlink equivalent Much, much more AttackIQ’s Jonathan Reiber will be joining us in this week’s …
 
In this podcast we speak with Randall Degges who leads the Developer Relations & Community team at Snyk. He’s here to talk to us about how to get developers enthusiastic about security, how to get them to use the right tooling, and how this tooling will evolve in the future to actually help developers fix bugs in their code. Show notes The Big Fix …
 
In this edition of Between Two Nerds Tom Uren and The Grugq examine some recommendations in a recent draft report from a European Parliament inquiry into the use of Pegasus and similar spyware. The report contains an interesting overview of the European spyware market but makes some recommendations that are not just ineffective but positively count…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: Australia lets ASD loose on ransomware crews, but will it work? (Tom Uren joins us to chat about this one) Twitter’s wheels haven’t fallen off yet but they sure are wobbling Hundreds of millions stolen from FTX mid implosion Security researchers start loo…
 
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: DoJ seizes 50k bitcoin stolen from Silk Road, charges thief Australian health insurer Medibank refuses to pay ransom, data leaked Inside Qatar’s $386m world cup espionage operation EU Parliament report into spyware lands SolarWinds settles shareholder law…
 
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