On this week's show we speak with Laura Bell about scanning people for vulnerabilities. Who in your organisation do you most need to worry about protecting? Well, it's not who you think. She'll be along soon to discuss that.
This week's show is brought to you by Rapid7.
Rapid7's SVP of Products and Engineering Lee Weiner will be along in this week's sponsor interview to talk about how to get security and IT departments both thinking about risk-based approaches to patching. Hey, sure, you've got 8,000 boxes that can all be Heartbleeded, but do you need to worry about all of them right now? Or just the accessible ones with all the customer data on them?
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