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The Security box, podcast 14: an update on an interesting story, passwords, and an interesting security topic on privacy and disclosing things

Disclosure of personal information can take many forms. In the undocumented segment of the podcast as I decided not to really write too much, we talk about something that really should make you think. I did put it in the show notes in a different way under topics. Besides that, we’ve got an update on an ongoing saga, passwords or passwordless? Plus you tell me what you have read in the landscape you’d like discussed.


Show notes


The Security Box, podcast 14 must continue with the ongoing saga of John Bernard. We’ve got an article on that. What do you guys think of a passwordless future? Lastpass talks about it. News, notes, comments, and more.

Topics:

  • What do you think of John Bernard? Apparently, the suspect that has been identified as this person walked away with 30 million dollars, and it doesn’t stop there. The end of the article claims from one company that they hope that he comes through with his promise. Promising Infusions of Cash, Fake Investor John Bernard Walked Away With $30M is the article. Could this be the end?
  • Passwords have long been one of the leading drivers of security risks and employee frustrations for businesses, which has only increased since organizations
    transitioned to working remote. Passwordless authentication, on the other hand, securely connects employees to their work without the need to type a password
    through technologies such as biometric authentication, single sign-on and federated identity. Is passwordless authentication the solution to the password
    problem? 

    This is only the first paragraph of this facinating article on a passwordless future which will get interesting. The article LastPass Research Finds 92% of Businesses Believe Passwordless Authentication Is in Their Organization’s Future is going to be discussed.

  • What is up with privacy? Conversations that could go awry because of an innocent conversation. Listen to the segment and form your own opinion.

News Notes:

I’ve done some reading but what about you? Submit things either by voice or text and lets discuss it.

Other things:

Twit had an event held on October 8, 2020. Here is a sendspace link to that download which I’ll have expire in 8 weeks from today. This is the property of twit, I’m supplying it as a courtesy to you. Visit the twit network to learn more about them.


Want to download the file and not want to mess with the RSS feed? Yes, its getting harder to open RSS feeds in the browser now, and sadly that’s too bad. Starting with this blog post, we’re going to supply a link you can use to download the program. Download the 138.51mb file and I hope you enjoy the 2 and a half hour program! Thanks so much for listening and participating in this program.


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The Security box, podcast 14: an update on an interesting story, passwords, and an interesting security topic on privacy and disclosing things was released on October 15, 2020 at 7:15 pm by tech in podcast announcements.
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