Sep 15 2009
You’d think that after taking off last week Rich and I would be back and better than ever this week. But Mr. Mogull had a speaking engagement elsewhere this week so I was joined once again by Zach Lanier of N0where.org. In fact, Zach has agreed to join us on a regular basis and will be contributing a weekly segment where he’ll be doing a deeper dive on a news story each week. At least that’s the plan at this time, but those are always subject to change. I also had a chance to interview Tim Mather about his (along with Subra Kumaraswany and Shahed Latif) upcoming book, Cloud Security and Privacy. I find it interesting to hear about how much the idea of the Cloud has changed since Tim started work on the book.
- FBI Jobs site gets hacked – SQL Injection against an FBI site? I’d be embarrassed.
- University research exposes potential vulnerabilities in cloud computing – Emphasis on the ‘potential’, but it’s an issue we do have to beware of.
- End-to-end encryption: The PCI security Holy Grail – It all depends how we define ‘end-to-end’.
- All TI signing keys factored
- Tonight’s music: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club with Whenever You’re Ready
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