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Cyber Security Today, May 13, 2022 – The Budapest Convention on fighting cybercrime is improved, and some websites secretly capture personal data

This episode reports on the latest addition to the Budapest Convention on fighting cybercrime, how some websites secretly capture personal data, prison time for a hacker and more

Hashtag Trending May 13 – Indigo partners with TikTok; Texas social network censorship law back into effect; Google’s smart glasses

Canadian book retailer Indigo partners with TikTok, Texas law that lets users sue social networks for censorship is back into effect, and Google previews...

Hashtag Trending May 12 – Netflix’s ad-supported subscription; U.S. generates 20 per cent of electricity with renewable energy; How digital abortion footprints could lead...

Netflix could roll out its service with ads by the end of the year, the U.S. generates 20 per cent of its electricity from...

Cyber Security Today, May 11, 2022 – F5 BIG-IP devices under attack, a proposed settlement on a Clearview AI lawsuit and Colonial Pipeline may...

Today's podcast reports on the need to patch F5 BIG-IP devices , a proposed settlement on a Clearview AI lawsuit would limit some sales of its facial recognition software and Colonial Pipeline may be fined for its response after ransomware attack

Hashtag Trending May 11 – Apple says goodbye to the iPod Touch; Big tech companies face lawsuits from Russia; Tech companies laying off employees

Apple will discontinue its iPod Touch, big tech companies face lawsuits for pulling services in Russia, and tech companies are laying off employees due...

Hashtag Trending May 10 – Trump lawsuit dismissed; Apple chip vulnerability; Apple AI director leaves

A San Francisco district judge dismisses Donald Trump's lawsuit against Twitter, a new vulnerability is discovered in Apple’s chips, and Apple’s director of machine learning leaves his post.

Cyber Security Today, May 9, 2022 – Breaches of security controls at Ikea Canada and two American healthcare providers

This episode reports on data breaches, a new trick by a hacker and GitHub's determination to get developers to use two-factor authentication

Hashtag Trending May 9 – Remote work doesn’t hamper productivity; Amazon curbs fake reviews; Nvidia fined by SEC

Another research finds that remote work does not reduce productivity, Amazon is taking legal actions against fake reviewers, and Nvidia was fined for hiding...

Cyber Security Today, Week in Review for Friday, May 6, 2022

This episode features a discussion on wiperware, cyber incident reporting obligations, security control over SaaS applications  and World Password Day

Cyber Security Today, May 6, 2022 – Hacking helped by infected removable storage devices, corporate espionage, and more

This episode reports on the use of removable storage devices to infect companies, a three-year-old campaign to steal intellectual property, another database left open on the internet and patches from Cisco and F5 Networks

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