Wed, 28 November 2018
In the 65th episode of the Transatlantic Cable, Dave and Jeff look at some worrying developments in the land of social media, with LinkedIn and Facebook coming under increased scrutiny. They also look at the crashing price of cryptocurrencies around the world and what it may mean for next year.
Also on the menu, Dave and Jeff look at how Germany is looking to take the first steps in home router regulation, which could help secure millions of users home networks.
Direct download: tcp-65-final.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 9:31am EDT
Tue, 20 November 2018
In this week's Kaspersky podcast, Dave and Jeff take a look at how you can stay safe this holiday season when shopping online. Legitimate shops aren't the only ones hoping you'll open your wallets - every year, we see an increase in cyber-fraud as criminals look to take a slice of the shopping bonanza.
Some of the tactics employed by criminals this time of year include spam and phishing emails looking to fool you into a bargain as well as compromised social media and email accounts spewing forth dodgy links.
Tune in to find out more.
Direct download: tcp-64-final.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 6:47am EDT
Wed, 14 November 2018
For the 63rd instalment of the Transatlantic Cable podcast, Dave and Jeff jump around a bit on topics, but mainly stick to our reoccurring theme of scams and privacy.
The first story on tap looks at the latest cryptocurrency scam run by hackers via Target’s verified account. Unlike past scammers pretending to be Elon Musk or Bill Gates, the hackers ran an ad to lure people into their Bitcoin scam. From there we jump to a data breach impacting those who purchased recreational marijuana in Canada.
The third story looks at UK-based companies embedding bio chips into their employees. We close out the podcast looking at the latest research by Kaspersky Lab on phishing and spam.
Direct download: tcp-63-final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:33am EDT
Wed, 7 November 2018
This week, Dave and I were in the same city. So, instead of taking a long romantic stroll around the city of Roma, we decided to sit down and record a different version of the Transatlantic Cable podcast (presented by Kaspersky Lab) and talk about a single topic – parenting and privacy in the age of the digital native.
Both Dave and I are parents to young children and often discuss views on how we look at bringing up our kids within this day and age that really does not have a playbook.
Also - apologies for the poor audio in places - in the middle of recording, a thunderstorm broke out!
Direct download: tcp-62-fina.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:36am EDT