Episode 256: Recursive Pollution? Data Feudalism? Gary McGraw On LLM Insecurity

Paul speaks with Gary McGraw of the Berryville Institute of Machine Learning (BIML), about the risks facing large language model machine learning and artificial intelligence, and how organizations looking to leverage artificial intelligence and LLMs can insulate themselves from those risks.

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Episode 254: Dennis Giese’s Revolutionary Robot Vacuum Liberation Movement

Security researcher and IoT hacker Dennis Giese talks about his mission to liberate robot vacuums from the control of their manufacturers, letting owners tinker with their own devices and – importantly – control the data they collect about our most intimate surroundings.

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Spotlight Podcast: Chris Petersen CEO Of RADICL On Protecting Defense Industry SMBs Spotlight Podcast: RADICL Is Coming To The Rescue Of Defense SMBs

In this Spotlight Security Ledger podcast, Chris Petersen, the CEO and founder of RADICL, talks about his company’s mission to protect small and midsized businesses serving the defense industrial base, which are increasingly in the cross-hairs of sophisticated, nation-state actors.

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Episode 253: DevSecOps Worst Practices With Tanya Janca of We Hack Purple

Tanya Janca of the group We Hack Purple, talks with Security Ledger host Paul Roberts about the biggest security mistakes that DevSecOps teams make, and application development’s “tragedy of the commons,” as more and more development teams lean on open source code.

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Black Hat: Colin O’Flynn On Hacking An Oven To Make It Stop Lying

In this episode of the podcast, host Paul Roberts speaks with Colin O’Flynn, CTO and founder of the firm NewAE about his work to patch shoddy software on his home’s electric oven – and the bigger questions about owners rights to fix, tinker with or replace the software that powers their connected stuff.

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Spotlight Podcast: Are you ready for Threat Reconnaissance?

In this Spotlight podcast interview, David Monnier of Team Cymru talks about the evolution of the threat intelligence into actionable and target specific “threat reconnaissance.”

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Episode 250: Window Snyder of Thistle on Making IoT Security Easy

In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Window Snyder, the founder and CEO of Thistle Technologies about the (many) security challenges facing Internet of Things (IoT) devices and her idea for making things better: Thistle’s platform for secure development and deployment of IoT devices.

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The surveys speak: supply chain threats are freaking people out

A bunch of recent surveys of IT and security pros send a clear message: threats and risks from vulnerable software supply chains are real, and they’re starting to freak people out.

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