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By Mitch Neff.
Recorded Sept. 11, 2020
On today’s show, we take several of the larger security myths that are often heard around things like patching vulnerabilities — specifically the notion that more patches indicate less secure software. We also talk about other “common knowledge”-esque bits of advice we’ve all often come across. We could do a whole episode on silver bullets that (spoiler alert) wasn’t. Let us know some of your favorite silver flashes on Twitter or drop us an email.
- 01:00 — Roundtable: I don’t even know what happened there in the middle, but all mushrooms are edible...
- 10:45 — Busting patching myths - with side bit of shade to those that would subvert security research
- 17:50 — Busting dev and ops myths - what in the DDoS is going on here?
- 22:00 — The Amazing New Hype (and the Tragic Death of X)
- 29:15 — Closing thoughts, parting shots
- What to Expect When You're Electing: Building Blocks of Disinformation Campaigns
- What to Expect When You’re Electing: Election Security Primer
- How to use Cisco Umbrella for DNS
- What to Expect...: Information hygiene and the human levels of disinformation
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