This Week in Enterprise Tech (MP3)

by TWiT

This Week in Enterprise Tech explores the complex, cutting edge world of enterprise technology. Hosted by Lou Maresca, TWiET features IT professionals explaining the ins and outs of enterprise solutions. Records live every Friday at 4:30pm Eastern / 1:30pm Pacific / 21:30 UTC.

  

Latest Episodes

TWiET 364: TWiET From the Edge

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

  • AT&T and their sneaky revenue tricks
  • Older Amazon devices subject to old Wi-Fi vulnerability
  • California is trying to pass a law that make freelance journalism a thing of the past
  • Typosquatting websites proliferate in run-up to US elections
  • Project Soli - The tech behind radar motion sense
  • Cryptojacking worm targets and infects 2,000 Docker hosts
  • Augmented Reality is making industrial work more productive
  • Glitching: The hardware attack that can disrupt secure software
  • Said Ouissal, CEO and Founder of ZEDEDA talks with Lou and Curtis about IoT and Edge computing.

Hosts: Louis Maresca and Curt Franklin

Guest: Said Ouissal

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Posted on 19 October 2019 | 1:26 am


TWiET 363: Al Dente Security Tools

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

  • iTunes ZeroDay
  • Attackers hide behind trusted domains, HTTPS
  • API Security: Confessions of a non-programming infosec junky
  • Facebook debuts latest PyTorch w/ Google TPU support
  • Can the Girl Scouts save the moon from cyberattack?
  • Making DevSecOps part of your culture
  • Flaw in Cyberoam firewalls exposed corporate networks to hackers
  • An appeals court says FCC can repeal Net Neutrality, but can't tell states what to do
  • AppSec "Spaghetti on the Wall" Tool Strategy undermining security

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" Williams

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Posted on 12 October 2019 | 2:34 am


TWiET 362: Redis Player One

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

  • Netflix consumes 15% of the world's global internet traffic
  • Magecart Group 4 linked to Cobalt Group in new research
  • LTE-M: 4G for the Internet of Things
  • Dutch police take down a hosting provider to stop DDoS botnets
  • Millions more embedded devices contain vulnerable IPnet software
  • ISPs vs. Google on encrypted DNS
  • Attackers exploit 0-day vulnerability that gives full control of Android phones
  • Ransomware forces hospitals to turn away all but the most critical patients
  • FISMA requirements relate to firmware security
  • Kyle Davis of Redis Labs on a database that works like a developer thinks.

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin

Guest: Kyle Davis

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Posted on 5 October 2019 | 1:28 am


TWiET 361: Data Analytics and BI with Incorta

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

  • No Surprise - Voting machines are vulnerable to hacks, and they have been hacked
  • The shift to serverless is real
  • No, it wasn't a virus; it was Chrome that stopped Macs from booting
  • Nuclear fission rockets - the things dreams are made of
  • A DoorDash Breach Brings a Side of Exposed Credentials With Your Meal
  • High-severity vulnerability in vBulletin is being actively exploited
  • Supercomputer? Phooey! Try Google's quantum computer!
  • How Network Logging Mitigates Legal Risk
  • Could Your Organization be Using Too Many Security Tools?
  • Coder deletes open-source add-on for Chef in protest over ICE contract

Matthew Halliday, co-founder and VP of Products at real-time analytics company Incorta

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin

Guest: Matthew Halliday

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Posted on 28 September 2019 | 1:59 am


TWiET 360: Don't Turn Off Your Brain

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

  • Edward Snowden doesn't want you thinking he is colluding with Russia
  • Working at WeWork? Your data was visible
  • A tool in webcams and DVRs is enabling DDoSes
  • AT&T wants to smother you with a blanket claim that you agreed to let them sell your data
  • GitHub is growing up: It just bought Semmle and became a CVE Numbering Authority
  • Millions of Americans' medical images and data are available on the Internet
  • 50 states and territories launch massive joint probe into Google
  • Crowdsourcing security research
  • Hackers are trying to steal passwords from VPNs

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin

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Posted on 21 September 2019 | 2:06 am


TWiET 359: The Leaning Tower of DNS

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

  • The Joker Malware hits Android and it's no joke.
  • So much for Law & Order: Attacks continue on Universities from Iranian group despite indictments.
  • Sophos open-sources Sandboxie.
  • 281 Arrested in International BEC Takedown.
  • PsiXBot Malware upgraded to use DNS-over-HTTPS.
  • Encrypted DNS could help close the biggest privacy gap on the Internet.
  • An appeals court rules that scraping a public website is not a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
  • Community projects highlight the need for security volunteers.
  • Anthony James of Infoblox on why DNS security is often overlooked and when left unprotected can leave the backdoor to enterprise networks wide open.

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Curt Franklin, and Brian McHenry

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Posted on 14 September 2019 | 12:48 am


TWiET 358: Hack 'N Jack

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

  • Yahoo outage worldwide-signs of the times?
  • Making passwords 14 million times harder to crack
  • Crimeware as a business model
  • SIM swap hack on Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey
  • Hackers may have hit the limits of Ransomware
  • With Great (IOT) power, comes great responsibility
  • Long live the password
  • Are insurance companies causing the rise in ransomware attacks?
  • 'Automated' vs. 'Autonomous' solutions
  • Sachin Gupta from Cisco talks about Wi-Fi 6 and Intent-Based Networking

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin, and Heather "Mo" Williams

Guest: Sachin Gupta

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Posted on 7 September 2019 | 12:56 am


TWiET 357: Changes in Network Monitoring

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

  • Malicious websites were used to secretly hack into iPhones for years, says Google
  • Overburdened SOC Analysts Shift Priorities
  • Google Play app downloaded 100 million times found to be malicious
  • Capital One's data breach details
  • Google launches new bug bounty programs
  • Elon Musk and Jack Ma debate AI at China Summit
  • Fr. Robert Ballecer's VMWorld report
  • Is network monitoring changing? Can organizations afford to only monitor their network devices? We talk to Dave Link, CEO of Science Logic about the changes in the industry.

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin

Guests: Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ and Dave Link

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Posted on 31 August 2019 | 1:35 am


TWiET 356: Vulnerabilities That Shouldn't Have Happened

This Week in Enterprise Tech (Audio)

The TWiET gang talks about a whole slew of emerging vulnerabilities, including ones found in the TCP/IP stack and Bluetooth protocol, and rant about how you should be securing your data and databases.

Hosts: Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, and Curt Franklin

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Posted on 24 August 2019 | 12:27 am