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Breach of the Week: Twitter Gets Owned by A Kid

Breach of the Week: Twitter Gets Owned by A Kid

Justin is back on the podcast and for this week's breach, we're talking about the big Twitter breach that opened up some of the biggest users on the system to a bitcoin scam. We were shocked at how incredibly easy it was to get into the system, access important...

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Breach of the Week: Twitter Gets Owned by A Kid

Catching Up With Travis

We brought Travis back to give us an update on what he's seeing for trends and issues. We talk about the biggest things on the horizon including securing remote workers, the shift away from offices, securing education from k-12 through higher ed, and even election...

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NuHarbor Is Ready For CMMC, Are You?

NuHarbor Is Ready For CMMC, Are You?

An Overview of CMMC The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, also known as CMMC, is a new standard for implementing cyber security controls across the 300,000 companies in the DOD’s supply chain.  This framework combines controls and ideas from several NIST,...

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Breach of the Week: Twitter Gets Owned by A Kid

Blue Streak the Hack, Not the Movie

Today we're talking Blue Leaks, the massive data leak impacting law enforcement agencies at all levels, not to be confused with the classic Martin Lawrence movie Blue Streak, a comedy from 1999. We talk about the impacts of the breach, how and why it happened, and the...

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Breach of the Week: Twitter Gets Owned by A Kid

In Search of ISO with Kristof

On this week’s episode we're talking to Kristof about ISO 27001. We cover the who, what, when, why, and how of ISO and discuss how the process works from initial discussion through certification. Kristof points out some of the pitfalls and shares his thoughts on why...

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From the Archives: Exim Server Vulnerabilities

What is up everyone! For this week's episode we're digging into the archives and we picked one of the most popular episodes from Season 1 of Pwned, Exim Server Vulnerabilities. What's fascinating about Exim is that it first launched 25 years ago and still supports a...

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