Welcome to the Transatlantic Cable – a podcast that dives into hot topics in the security news and industry each week. We start off this episode with an ex-Twitter exec blowing the whistle, alleging reckless and negligent cybersecurity policies! Moving on to Lloyd’s of London. The marketplace will now require its insurer groups globally to exclude catastrophic state-backed hacks from stand-alone cyber insurance policies starting next year.
From Securelist, we give you ransomware updates and 1-day exploits. As for our funny story of the week, a Janet Jackson song from 1989 was declared a cybersecurity vulnerability for crashing hard drives! We finish off with how attackers can steal your credentials and how you can prevent it.
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- Ex-Twitter exec blows the whistle, alleging reckless and negligent cybersecurity policies
- Lloyd’s to Exclude Catastrophic Nation-Backed Cyberattacks From Insurance Coverage
- Ransomware updates & 1-day exploits
- Janet Jackson song from 1989 declared a cybersecurity vulnerability for crashing hard drives
- Six ways to steal your password