Oct 16th 2020
This Week in Enterprise Tech 415
Digital Identity Crisis
Hosted by Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Heather "Mo" Williams
Prime Day Phishing Attacks, the Return of Emotet, and WFH Security
Records live every Friday at 4:30pm Eastern / 1:30pm Pacific / 20:30 UTC.
Guests: Bruce Esposito
Digital Identity Crisis, Prime Day Phishing Attacks, the Return of Emotet, and WFH Security
- Amazon Prime Day shows spikes in phishing attacks.
- AT&T has trouble figuring out where it offers government-funded Internet.
- Risky BBQ: Dickey's Barbecue Pit suffers a POS breach.
- Magento Ecommerce vulnerability finally patched by Adobe.
- Remote tribe says SpaceX Starlink 'catapulted' them into 21st century.
- The rise and return of Emotet.
- 800,000 SonicWall VPNs are vulnerable to a new remote code execution bug... YIKES!
- CSO's, are your employees practicing good habits at home?
- How to pinpoint rogue IoT devices on your network
- AT&T and T-Mobile fight speed tests that could prove their coverage maps wrong.
- Bruce Esposito, IAM strategist for One Identity, talks about identity management. Could there be a unified identity system?
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- Amazon Prime Day Spurs Spike in Phishing, Fraud Attacks
- AT&T has trouble figuring out where it offers government-funded Interne
- Card details for 3 million Dickey's customers posted on carding forum
- Adobe patches Magento bugs that lead to code execution, customer list tampering
- Remote tribe says SpaceX Starlink “catapulted” them into 21st century
- DHS warns that Emotet malware is one of the most prevalent threats today
- 800,000 SonicWall VPNs vulnerable to new remote code execution bug
- Western Digital is trying to redefine the word "RPM"
- Big tech companies want to help get you back in the office
- Barnes & Noble cyberattack exposed customers' personal information
- Security Officers, Are Your Employees Practicing Good Habits from Home?
- How to Pinpoint Rogue IoT Devices on Your Network
- AT&T, T-Mobile fight speed tests that could prove their coverage maps wrong
- One Identity: Identity Manager