Episode B — Artificial Intelligence
Something pithy should probably be written here. All of us have so much on the go that we’re saving our creativity for the podcast. Also, this one is pretty long. If you have thoughts or ideas, please send them to the MailBag (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll talk about it here.
DISCLAIMER: It’s not that explicit, but you may want to use headphones if you’re at work.
ADDITIONAL DISCLAIMER: In case it is unclear, this is the story of 4 opinionated infosec pros who have sufficient opinions of their own they don’t need to speak for anyone except themselves. Ok? Good.
In this episode:
- iOS SMS spoofing (a problem with SMS in general) and Appleâ€™s response (use iMessage) – trust us itâ€™s secure – via reddit
- Court Rules That It’s OK for Your Facebook Friends To Rat You Out to the FBI
- Google helps vuln researchers make bank with Pwnium2 – get your sploits on (but not you Vupen)
- NSS asked: Can Consumer AV Products Protect Against Critical Microsoft Vulnerabilities? – short answer, sorta, but not so much over SSL PDF Link
- Some smart-ass talks about scada and cyberdouchery referencing the Rugged issue
- Fidelis getâ€™s bought by the military industrial complex
- Artillery Threat Intelligence Feed
- shamoon makes your day worse after stealing your data
- Threat Intelligence
- What is threat intel?
- Where do you get it from? (public feeds, commercial feeds, certs)
- How do you gather your own
- Now that youâ€™ve got the intelligence, how do you use it?
- Figuring out the next action from that intelligence?
- Can positive outcomes happen from a â€œinsert military term for daily status sheetâ€ or is it just another TPS report?
- In my experience… well… it was sometimes helpful but Iâ€™m not sure the itch was worth the scratch.
Hi special friends at the LiquidMatrix podcast
I recently told my boss that itâ€™s easy to steal data and get it past our perimeter security, he said thatâ€™s not possible. What should I tell him? or what can I show him?
and i blame alex hutton for punching matt
- Mattâ€™s movie review – the usb drive in the travelling pants of the yaya sisterhood
- fun link of the week: securityreactions.tumblr.com
- Itâ€™s time to get your CFP response in to SecTor – OR ELSE.
- There shall be LSD folk at TASK in Toronto next week.
- shout out to hackfest.ca – Dave and Ben will be speaking there
- Dave had a chat with Dorsey Morrow at ISC2
- The Seacrest stands on an embassy balcony and tries to tell the world what do
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