Tag Archives: infosec

PVCSec EP98: Poutine Security

In this lastest thrilling episode, the @InfoSecSherpa and @TokyoGringo go long talking about mental health in IT & InfoSec, Twitter’s personal data land grab, why security is hard, adventures in Canada, and more!

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PVCSec EP97: Unsexy Security


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In a solo TokyoGringo show, Paul talks about the wake of the WannaCry malware outbreak and the remediation & prevention measures that aren’t new and are definitely not sexy.

PVCSEC69: Security in the SDLC and password reuse

Security in the SDLC, password reuse, who’s more susceptible to security issues executives or staff, and ransomware. Continue reading PVCSEC69: Security in the SDLC and password reuse

PVCSEC 68: Tracy Maleeff

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PVCSEC 65: Excuses into action part 4 and third parties

Excuses into action part four: I’m too busy. Third party risks.

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PVCSEC 63: The other side of healthcare

A friend from the healthcare industry joins the show to give us a view into how he views information security and some of the issues surrounding it.

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PVCSEC 54: Security Culture Framework and Conference

The Security Culture Framework and the Security Culture Conference June 14-15, 2016 in Oslo, Norway.

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PVCSEC 53: Data breaches, new starts, predicting the future, and effective emails ohhh my

The five most devastating data breaches of 2015, the power of a new start, ten commandments to make you better at predicting the future, sending more effective emails, and, of course, Tactical Edge.

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PVCSEC 52: Astros-Cardinals breach and hardcoded backdoors

Astros-Cardinals breach and the importance of passwords. Hard coded passwords found in Fortinet devices. IoT doorbells giving away passwords and of course Tactical Edge.

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