BBS #0005 – Sharenting & New CES Tech

Recorded 1-17-2018

Summary

In Episode 5 of the Binary Barbershop Gabe and Gus hash out some of the lessons learned and feedback they’ve received from the first 4 episodes of the podcast. Gus shares some information on an interesting new piece of malware infecting Android phones as well as some of his favorite cyber and tech blogs. Gabe discusses a recent experience with his Apple device’s battery life and provides some helpful advice that listeners can use to help avoid their own potential issues. Gabe also shares a personal story that ended up correlating with a Today Show special about “Sharenting” and the issue of parents sharing too much information on social media and the risk it can pose to children. Next, the guys take a look at the benefits of trying to always see the potential risks or vulnerabilities associated with new technologies and how it can help protect your network and information. Finally, Gabe and Gus spend the remainder of the time discussing some of the new technologies and devices that were introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show, some of their potential security risks and give their general opinion on the new technologies.

Links/Sources

 

Our Website – www.binarybarbershop.com

Our email address – info@binarybarbershop.com

Twitter – @BBScyberpodcast

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/BinaryBarbershop/

Threatpost – https://threatpost.com/

Krebs – https://krebsonsecurity.com/

CyberWire – https://www.thecyberwire.com/

Dark Reading – https://www.darkreading.com/Default.asp

Security Thinking Cap – https://securitythinkingcap.com

Naked Security – https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/

Hack Read – https://www.hackread.com/

WIRED Security – https://www.wired.com/category/security/

Skygofree Malware – https://securelist.com/skygofree-following-in-the-footsteps-of-hackingteam/83603/

Today Show story – https://www.today.com/parents/today-parenting-team-new-rules-sharenting-t10811

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