For the 70th edition of the Kaspersky Lab Transatlantic Cable podcast, Dave and I take a look at some of the more interesting stories in the infosec space in the past week. As always, we bring it to you in 20 minutes or less to fit into your busy day. And ’tis the season of giving, so subscribe below or share with your friends.
We start the podcast discussing some mass surveillance and facial recognition in an unmarked van over in the UK — at least it didn’t say “FREE CANDY.” From there, we head to a report on the importance of shopping safe online during the holiday season. Then we chat about the latest from the Pewdie Pie army hacking more printers before moving on to the current state of healthcare security and why you should care. Finally, we talk about a bug in Super Smash Bros. that is more comic relief, less “the sky is falling.” For the full text of the stories, please visit the links below.
- Who’s watching you from an unmarked van while you shop in London?
- Managing money online this Christmas
- PewDiePie printer hackers strike again
- Why healthcare data is a dangerous target
- “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” glitch creates a gazillion Waluigis