On this week’s show Patrick and Adam talk through all the week’s security news, including:
- New executive order paved way for Huawei ban
- Google pulls service from Huawei
- No wait, that’s not right, it’s for new handsets
- The ban’s now reversed to allow them to continue the support that they didn’t have to discontinue?
- I’m so confused
- Israeli broadcaster fingers Hamas over Eurovision coverage hack
- New moves to regulate offensive cyber services
- Salesforce has a bad time
- Instagram influencers have a bad time (Hah!)
- OGUsers pwned
- Much, much more
This week’s show is brought to you by CMD Security. They make security software for Linux that does two things – firstly it gives you visibility into what’s happening on your Linux workloads, which actions are being performed by which accounts, that sort of thing. The second thing it does is allow you to lock down accounts by action, rather than by traditional privilege. They’re funded by Google Ventures, among others, and although they’re a relatively small and new company I think they’re going to do really well.
Jake was just at a MITRE conference in Brussels that was all about the Attack Matrix. He’s joining me this week to have a bit of talk about his experience at that event, then we’ll be talking through some of the issues he’s seeing out there in Linux cloud workload land. Jake’s a great communicator and a very smart guy and that interview is a lot of fun.