Risky Business is a weekly information security podcast featuring news and in-depth interviews with industry luminaries. Launched in February 2007, Risky Business is a must-listen digest for information security pros. With a running time of approximately 50-60 minutes, Risky Business is pacy; a security podcast without the waffle.
Risky Business with the Coverage Queens: the podcast that talks about the business of educational technology and how tech devices affect our lives inside and outside the classroom. The Coverage Queens, Bliss Landon, a 30-year insurance expert, and Kathy Kaehler, a 30-year health and fitness guru share their expertise and discuss timely topics with EdTech leaders, business professionals, health and wellness experts, and users of technology.
Risky Business Extra is Risky.biz's second podcast feed. Here you'll find recorded security presentations and lectures, single-shot interviews with industry players, freelance contributions and more. Clearly labelled, single-shot sponsored content sometimes appears in this feed.
Series of short and informative podcasts to hear tips on how to social workers can manage their risks.
HM Risk is an insurance consulting firm with over 125 employees located in St. Louis, MO. We specialize in property/casualty, employee benefits, and personal insurance. In our "Risky Business" podcast, we will cover interesting topics related to risk management, providing useful information from knowledgeable guests with a light and entertaining format. Hosted by Richard Schuessler from HM's Property and Casualty team and Kath Welply from HM's Employee Benefits team.
Updates on the latest cybersecurity threats to businesses, data breach disclosures, and how you can secure your firm in an increasingly risky time.
Bliss and Kathy sit down with Garrett Kerr, Assistant Principal in the Tustin Unified School District, to discuss his experience as an Educational Technology Coordinator. He talks about implementation, safety, and what he’s up to now as an assistant principal.Par Bliss Landon and Kathy Kaehler
As regular listeners know, the soap box podcasts we publish here at Risky.Biz are wholly sponsored. That means everyone you hear in one of these podcasts, paid to be here. And this edition of Soap Box has become an annual thing – it’s our once-yearly catch up with Jerrod Chong, the chief solutions officer of Yubico, makers of the Yubikey and YubiHS…
This episode features a discussion on the Biden-Putin meeting and what may -- or may not -- have been accomplishedPar ITWC
This episode features advice for avoiding falling for scams on one of the busiest only shopping periods of the yearPar ITWC
Today's podcast reports on a survey of Canadians' security attitudes, a vile ransomware threat, a fake Windows Defender notification, a slip by a cybersecurity firm and morePar ITWC
Today's podcast looks at evidence the Avaddon ransomware group is giving up, how a baby clothes retailer’s shortcut created exposed customers' data and a warning to Samsung device ownersPar ITWC
This episode discusses the partial recovery of the ransom paid by Colonial Pipeline, the testimony of the pipeline's CEO before the US Congress and how crooks were caught in an international stingPar ITWC
This episode reports on arrests made after the Slilpp criminal marketplace seized, and a report on how fast crooks work with stolen credentialsPar ITWC
Today's episode sees evidence of ransomware groups getting twitchy, and lists some of the latest security updates released by software companiesPar ITWC
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: US Government claws back Colonial ransom bitcoin. We don’t think the FBI acted alone. Meet an0m, the cute little app for planning crimes that drinks milkshakes. Ransomware stuff, duh. Trickbot developer arrested in Florida Supreme court upends CFAA “excee…
Today's podcast reports on the cause of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, a new phishing scam pushes fake updates and more ransomware groups emergePar ITWC
Bliss and Kathy welcome Jeff Bradbury, an Instructional Coach for Digital Learning and fellow Podcaster, to talk about the five things a Director of Technology should look for when choosing a device for their district.Par Bliss Landon and Kathy Kaehler
Alex Coop, editorial director for ITWorldCanada.com, fills in for your regular host Howard Solomon. Terry Cutler, CEO of Montreal’s Cyology Labs joins us to peel through some of the news from the past week. #CDNTech #Podcasts #Cybersecurity
This episode reports on evidence that awareness training works, CIRA looking for new board nominees and another warning to administrators patch all applicationsPar ITWC
This episode has advice for keeping personal devices securePar ITWC
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: Ransomware attack threatens Australian and US beef supply Talos dubs Russian ransomware crews “privateers” NYTimes writes another bad story More Fortinet pwnage Belgian government rolls Hafnium IR and finds, well, something else Google unveils new rowhamm…
Today's podcast outlines good news/bad news on Windows support scams, new Nobelium attacks detected and another warning to Pulse Secure VPN usersPar ITWC
Bliss and Kathy speak with David Smith, Chief Technology Officer for Tustin Unified School District to discuss his process in implementing a 1:1 program and how having partners on the business side of education make all the difference.Par Bliss Landon and Kathy Kaehler
This edition features a discussion of a controversial topic--should cybersecurity vendors publicly release free ransomware decryptors? Doesn't that tip gangs to the weaknesses in their code?Par ITWC
This episode reports on another warning for Fortinet device users, a movie site scam and how not to be tricked by ads on search enginesPar ITWC
Today's podcast reports on ransomware worries in an IT survey, Bose admits attack, cyber insurance premiums continue to go up and the latest security patches releasedPar ITWC
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: The latest news on the health system ransomware crisis in Ireland TSA to force pipeline operators to disclose attacks they probably aren’t detecting anyway Colonial paying ransom angers US congresspeople who really haven’t thought this through Iran target…
Today's podcat reports on the theft of data of 4.5 million Air India passengers, insurance company reportedly pays $40 million ransom and another online job scamPar ITWC
May is Lupus Awareness Month! In this bonus episode, Bliss Landon and Kathy Kaehler bring attention to Lupus Awareness Month. They talk to Brooke Goldner M.D., founder of Goodbye Lupus, and learn how Brooke conquered Lupus with the help of her husband and by changing her diet.Par Bliss Landon and Kathy Kaehler
Meaghan B Murphy, Editor in Chief of Woman’s Day, stops in to visit with Bliss and Kathy and talk about her new book- Your Fully Charged Life. Meaghan shares her secrets for finding more yay every day, dealing with her family during COVID, and what happens when technology and a bath tub cross paths.Par Bliss Landon and Kathy Kaehler
In this podcast we’ll be hearing from an Australian politician, Tim Watts. He’s a member of our federal parliament and serves as our shadow minister for communications and cybersecurity. For our overseas listeners, the “shadow” part of his title is there because he’s a member of the opposition party, so he’s not in government. But, of course, if th…
Today's podcast includes a discussion on ransomware trends and a global survey of CISO concernsPar ITWC
This podcast reports on a ransomware gang that still wants millions after releasing help for a victim, why you need to patch applications fast and beware of these phone scamsPar ITWC
Today's podcast reports on a data breach at a Canadian-based international student insurer, security vulnerabilities in stalkerware and the latest business email scamPar ITWC
On this week’s show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week’s security news, including: The aftermath of the Colonial ransomware attack Biden signs cybersecurity EO DarkSide crew hounded off the Internet. For now. Ransomware campaigns continue, hitting health, insurance targets globally IIS PoC released Rapid7 discloses Codecov-related sourc…
How do you navigate the political aspects of compliance? Greg Brower, Chief Global Compliance Officer for Wynn Resorts, has held positions at the DOJ, the U.S. Government Publishing Office, and even the FBI. While not every role was strictly in compliance, Greg has a talent for drawing valuable lessons from challenging situations and applying them …
Today's podcast looks at questions raised by announcements from the Darkside, REvil and Babuk ransomware gangs, and a possible explanation of why a U.S. pipeline had to shut last week after a ransomware attackPar ITWC
Bliss and Kathy spend a session with Marriage and Family Therapist Randy Noblitt and discuss the unintended consequences COVID has on students and their family’s mental health. He offers suggestions on how to manage it and how to get back to normal.Par Bliss Landon and Kathy Kaehler
This podcast features discussion on the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, the DarkSide ransomware group and the ransomware attack on a research institutePar ITWC
This podcast reports on a new fileless cyber attack, old vulnerabilities found in Wi-Fi, and another Codecov victimPar ITWC
As regular listeners would know, Snake OIlers is a wholly sponsored podcast series we do here at Risky Biz HQ where vendors give us money so they can come on and pitch their products to you, our dear, dear listeners. And we have three vendors along today to pitch you: Google Cloud Security is in the top slot pitching their Zero Trust product suite …
This podcast reports on a call for Canada to fight hate on private messaging apps, a warning on QR codes , ransomware attacks and new security updatesPar ITWC
On this week’s show Patrick Gray, Adam Boileau and Chris Krebs discuss the week’s security news, including: An analysis of the Colonial pipeline ransomware attack More ransomware news UK and US expose APT29’s preferred exploits (again) IntrusionTruth drops a new post 128m Apple devices were hit by XCodeGhost Much, much more This week’s sponsor inte…
Today's podcast reports a declaration for Women In Cyber Day petition, how hackers stole data from insurance quote websites and advice from Canada’s top cyber agency about data privacyPar ITWC
Bliss and Kathy catchup with longtime friend Jennefer Mitchell. Jennefer gives the listener a peak into her life as a working mother dealing with technology and her child's schooling in the time of COVID.Par Bliss Landon and Kathy Kaehler
This podcast features a discussion about employees taking short-cuts and multifactor authenticationPar ITWC
This podcast reports on a series of hacks at restaurant online ordering platforms, Google forces users to add two-factor login authentication and a fake online product review scam revealedPar ITWC