Decipher Security Podcast
Summary: The editors of Decipher talk with a rotating cast of security practitioners, researchers, and executives about a variety of topics in the security and privacy fields.
Rick Altherr of Eclypsium joins Dennis Fisher to talk about the new research the company published this week on the dangers of unsigned firmware in a wide range of peripherals used in enterprises and home networks.
Riana Pfefferkorn of the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford University joins Dennis Fisher to discuss the EARN IT Act's potential effects on encryption and individual privacy and security.Read Riana's analysis of the bill here.
Kenn White joins Dennis Fisher to dive into the Windows crypto bug the NSA disclosed to Microsoft.
Zoe Lindsey, Pete Baker, and Dennis Fisher dig into the modern classic Die Hard
Kelly Shortridge of Capsule8 joins Dennis Fisher to discuss the idea of creating an economic equilibrium with ransomware attackers.
Brian Donohue of Red Canary joins Dennis Fisher to break down all the interesting talks and news from this week's Cyberwarcon
Ron Deibert of Citizen Lab joins Dennis Fisher to discuss surveillance vendors and the WhatsApp lawsuit against NSO Group.
Chris Wysopal of Veracode joins Dennis Fisher to discuss the State of Software Security report.
James Plouffe, technical adviser for Mr. Robot, joins Dennis Fisher to discuss his experience on the show.
Kenn White joins Dennis Fisher to discuss encryption systems in modern enterprise environments.
The state of IoT security is not great, and despite increased pressure from lawmakers and regulators, vendors are actually going backward in some respects. A year-long study by the Cyber Independent Testing Lab of millions of IoT firmware binaries found...
Tanya Sam joins Dennis Fisher to discuss her path to the Atlanta startup scene and joining the Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Dennis Fisher, Zoe Lindsey, and Peter Baker sift through Blackhat.
Dennis Fisher, Zoe Lindsey, and Peter Baker break down Spy Game.
Michale Coates speaks with Dennis Fisher about his long career in security and what he's learned.