Security Tools Podcast

We’d Love to Upgrade, But…

Episode Summary

It’s great to be Amazon to only have one on-call security engineer and have security automated. However, for many organizations today, having security completely automated is still an aspirational goal. Those in healthcare might would love to upgrade, but what if you’re using a system that’s FDA approved, which makes upgrading a little more difficult. What if hackers were able to download personal data from a web server because many weren’t up-to-date and had outdated plugins. Meanwhile, here’s a lesson from veteran report, Brian Krebs on how not to acknowledge a data breach. By the way, would you ever use public wifi and do you value certificates over experience?

Episode Notes

It’s great to be Amazon to only have one on-call security engineer and have security automated. However, for many organizations today, having security completely automated is still an aspirational goal. Those in healthcare might would love to upgrade, but what if you’re using a system that’s FDA approved, which makes upgrading a little more difficult. What if hackers were able to download personal data from a web server because many weren’t up-to-date and had outdated plugins. Meanwhile, here’s a lesson from veteran report, Brian Krebs on how not to acknowledge a data breach.

By the way, would you ever use public wifi and do you value certificates over experience?