This week’s InfoSec news video comes from the 2013 RSA Security Conference in San Francisco. As such, much of the episode covers the major themes from the show flow. However, cyber attackers don’t take a break just because the security industry is having a pow-wow.
We’ve had another busy week of security news, with more stories than I can cover in a short video. So I’ll stick to the highlights. Today’s episode talks about a couple Adobe Flash zero day vulnerabilities, the latest Anonymous hijinks, some cross-platform mobile malware, and more.
I guess that means my decision to prepare my weekly security news video rather than my apocalyptical fallout shelter wasn’t a tragic mistake. If you are in the mood for some information security (infosec) news on the last Mayan calendar day of the, well, er…ever…then you’ve come to the right place.
Despite the upcoming holiday season, information security (infosec) news hasn’t slowed, with plenty of interesting new infosec stories this week. If you want a quick recap of the highlights, check out our short video below.
This week’s security news round-up includes a story about an old Coca-Cola network breach, the results of Anonymous’ Fawkes Day fiasco, a little Twitter password hiccup, and lots of software security updates. If you have a little extra time on Fridays to catch up on the latest information security news, watch the video below.