In episode 166, we interview Kevin Mandia, the CEO and Board Director of FireEye, an intelligence-led security company.
Latest in Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast
As The Airing of Grievances overtakes The Patching of Old Machines, Michael Vatis joins me in identifying all the entities who’ve been blamed for WannaCry, starting with Microsoft for not patching Windows XP until after the damage was done.
Episode 163 features Chinese cyberlaw, the hacking and leaking operation against Macron, the intelligence community's latest transparency report, and more.
In this episode, I am joined by new Steptoe partner and former State Department legal advisor Brian Egan and debate Michael Schmitt, a prime mover in two Talinn Manuals on international law and cyber operations.
In this episode, Alan Cohn and Maury Shenk look at questions in Europe and elsewhere in my absence.
Julian Sanchez and Gus Hurwitz join the podcast to talk about Shadowbrokers, Abbott Labs, and Burger King.
Our guest interview is with Nick Weaver, of Berkeley’s International Computer Science Institute. It covers the latest dumps of hacker tools, the vulnerability equities process, the so-bad-you-want-to-cover-your-eyes story of Juniper and the Dual_EC hacks, and ends with a tour of recent computer security disasters.
Episode 157 digs into the security of the medical internet of things. Which, we discover, could be described more often than we’d like as an internet of things that want to kill us.
Our interview is with Michael Daniel, former Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator at the White House and current President of the Cyber Threat Alliance. Plus, Wikileaks, forgetting passwords, end-to-end encryption, and GCHQ.