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Daily-ish (M--F) musings about security and privacy and how it impacts our communities. What questions should as technologists be asking as we build?Watch the show at https://4mn.ca/mwm-video

Latest Episodes

Biometrics and Bugs

Getting users to accept new security controls is an uphill battle, any setback makes it harder for any solution to push out additional security measures. Remember that security features are just like any others. They will be triaged for bugs and prioritized according to criticality and demand. And sometimes, other pressures mean that the security-focused call isn't the one that's made.

7 MINOCT 18
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Biometrics and Bugs

E-transfer Security

CBC's Go Public pointed out the rising rates of e-transfer fraud and consumers are shocking. The expectation was that e-transfers were safe and convenient...turns out, not so much.

6 MINSEP 27
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E-transfer Security

Retargeting In Online Politics

CBC News posted an article about how Canadian federal MPs are using digital tracking technologies on their personal websites. So what is retargeting? How is it used? Why is its use in politics different?

8 MINSEP 11
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Retargeting In Online Politics

Cybersecurity Patching in Context

Letting customers know about a security vulnerability is never an easy thing. From the logistics of it to the reputation management issues. But this is a critical aspect of delivery software and services. What's the best way to tackle this problem?

5 MINSEP 5
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Cybersecurity Patching in Context

Business Email Compromise

Cybercriminals don't always use complicated technical attacks to get around your cybersecurity. Sometimes—probably more often than we care to admit—it's the really simple stuff that works and what's simpler than an email?

6 MINAUG 26
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Business Email Compromise

Privacy Expectations

Facebook was recently called out for listening to users audio messages on Facebook Messenger. They aren't alone. Apple, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft all have admitted to having contractors analyze audio from their voice assitants (and MIcrosoft's Skype service). What's the impact? Do you need to worry?

5 MINAUG 21
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Privacy Expectations

NULL & Input Validation

NULL is one of many special characters that has a long history in computing. What are the consequences of using NULL as a value provided via user input. The easy answer should be "nothing" but reality is a lot messier. Joseph Tataro set out to get a nerdy license plate and found out just how far the rabbit hole might go...

6 MINAUG 16
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NULL & Input Validation

AppSec Is Dead

Is application security (AppSec) dead? Did it every really work? Let's discuss...

5 MINAUG 12
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AppSec Is Dead

FaceApp: Relax You're Just Old (Now)

FaceApp (first released in 2017) is back in the news for the #AgeChallenge and a host of privacy concerns. There's a lot of knee-jerk reactions around the app but what's really going on? We dive in on this (as usual) no-BS episode...

8 MINJUL 19
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FaceApp: Relax You're Just Old (Now)

10x Engineers

Recently on Twitter a nerd fight started around the idea of a 10x engineer. VC Shekhar Kirani kicked things off by advocating that startups do anything to grab these types of employees. Needless to say, a lot of differing opinions were shared on the matter. It's an interesting topic and one we dive into on the show today.

7 MINJUL 16
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10x Engineers

Latest Episodes

Biometrics and Bugs

Getting users to accept new security controls is an uphill battle, any setback makes it harder for any solution to push out additional security measures. Remember that security features are just like any others. They will be triaged for bugs and prioritized according to criticality and demand. And sometimes, other pressures mean that the security-focused call isn't the one that's made.

7 MINOCT 18
Comments
Biometrics and Bugs

E-transfer Security

CBC's Go Public pointed out the rising rates of e-transfer fraud and consumers are shocking. The expectation was that e-transfers were safe and convenient...turns out, not so much.

6 MINSEP 27
Comments
E-transfer Security

Retargeting In Online Politics

CBC News posted an article about how Canadian federal MPs are using digital tracking technologies on their personal websites. So what is retargeting? How is it used? Why is its use in politics different?

8 MINSEP 11
Comments
Retargeting In Online Politics

Cybersecurity Patching in Context

Letting customers know about a security vulnerability is never an easy thing. From the logistics of it to the reputation management issues. But this is a critical aspect of delivery software and services. What's the best way to tackle this problem?

5 MINSEP 5
Comments
Cybersecurity Patching in Context

Business Email Compromise

Cybercriminals don't always use complicated technical attacks to get around your cybersecurity. Sometimes—probably more often than we care to admit—it's the really simple stuff that works and what's simpler than an email?

6 MINAUG 26
Comments
Business Email Compromise

Privacy Expectations

Facebook was recently called out for listening to users audio messages on Facebook Messenger. They aren't alone. Apple, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft all have admitted to having contractors analyze audio from their voice assitants (and MIcrosoft's Skype service). What's the impact? Do you need to worry?

5 MINAUG 21
Comments
Privacy Expectations

NULL & Input Validation

NULL is one of many special characters that has a long history in computing. What are the consequences of using NULL as a value provided via user input. The easy answer should be "nothing" but reality is a lot messier. Joseph Tataro set out to get a nerdy license plate and found out just how far the rabbit hole might go...

6 MINAUG 16
Comments
NULL & Input Validation

AppSec Is Dead

Is application security (AppSec) dead? Did it every really work? Let's discuss...

5 MINAUG 12
Comments
AppSec Is Dead

FaceApp: Relax You're Just Old (Now)

FaceApp (first released in 2017) is back in the news for the #AgeChallenge and a host of privacy concerns. There's a lot of knee-jerk reactions around the app but what's really going on? We dive in on this (as usual) no-BS episode...

8 MINJUL 19
Comments
FaceApp: Relax You're Just Old (Now)

10x Engineers

Recently on Twitter a nerd fight started around the idea of a 10x engineer. VC Shekhar Kirani kicked things off by advocating that startups do anything to grab these types of employees. Needless to say, a lot of differing opinions were shared on the matter. It's an interesting topic and one we dive into on the show today.

7 MINJUL 16
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10x Engineers
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