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This is the podcast where I, Jared, talk about assistive technology, security, driving cars, and anything else that may cross my desk. If you wish to contribute, please feel free to contact me through the contact information available on the blog or contact information available in the podcast itself. You may also go to my web site for other public contact information. I look forward in participation and comments from everyone. The Security Box, otherwise known as TSB is a weekly talk show t ...
 
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Scott Schober is on Clubhouse, and he invited me over to his club which talks about cyber security topics. Here is a link to his Cyber Security club where members can join the conversation. The discussion started with whether we've gotten the vaccine or not, whether restaurants and other places are collecting that data let alone securely, and more.…
 
Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 61. On this podcast, let's discuss the updates on CSAM as it pertains to Apple. We'll have news, notes and more. Topics Under fire from privacy advocates, Apple delays controversial photo scannin…
 
The Security box, podcast 60: The Security Landscape as a whole from broadcasting software and web site services to T-Mobile's FiascoWhat has changed on the security landscape? We learn about T-Mobile's recent failure, and even web sites are braught up as well as broadcasting software among other things. This turned out to be a very interesting sho…
 
Hello folks, welcome to the Security box, podcast 59. On this edition of the program we have two different prerecorded segments for you. First, we interview Scott Schober of Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc. He's written various books which we talk about, as well as some of what is going on in the security landscape.Next, we have a talk that was d…
 
Always a crowd favorite, Special Agent Andy Hendrix, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, recently spoke at TSBA’s Summer Law Institute in Gatlinburg about Project iGuardian, an initiative designed to combat the sexual exploitation of children. Based off feedback received, we wanted to re-air our podcast episode with Special Agent Hendrix for thos…
 
The Security Box, podcast 58: What's the matter with T-mobile? Why are system failures on the rise? News Notes and MoreHello Everyone, welcome to the Security Box, podcast 58. Question: what the hell is going on with T-Mobile and their inconsistancies of containing breaches and lying about what they were going to do when they were granted the murge…
 
Originally released on August 11th, we found out that I put it up in download form but not RSS. Sorry about that!Welcome to the security box, podcast 56. Two comments will start us off as someone commented on the replay of our show from last week. Both are good comments worth bringing up. Next, we've got a topic that might be of interest talking ab…
 
Welcome to the security box, podcast 57. We have three topics for you today, and I hope that you will enjoy them. The first topic for this podcast will be talking about the name game of the ransomware gangs we have out there. The second topic which was totally forgotten is of course Windows Update and what is happening with that operating system. F…
 
Welcome to the security box, podcast 55. On this edition of the podcast we've got two Sans News Bites headlines, topics including a very interesting story on someone named "PlugwalkJoe" I.E. Joseph O'Connor, a topic on a new ransomware gang called Black Matter, and we've also got several news items including one that isn't an article but intrigued …
 
In today’s episode, I’m speaking with Carol Berry, Board Chairman of Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools, and Dr. Sean Impeartrice, Chief Academic Officer of Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools, as they discuss their innovative “Grow Your Own” program – a teacher pipeline that will generate new teachers each year through educational opportuniti…
 
Hello Everyone! Welcome to podcast 54 of the Security Box. On this edition of the program, learn about Windows 11, the latest Microsoft operating system and what scammers are doing to monitize even while this version is still in beta. Next, come with us and learn about the latest in the average ransomware payments as it looks like they are declinin…
 
Hello everyone, welcome to the security box, podcast 53. On this edition, we'll be talking about some of the things that articles talk about in regards to Windows Update that came out the week of July 16, 2021. Seems like we had good success with last week where we opened the phone lines for others to participate in an open forum, so we'll do that …
 
Welcome to the security box, podcast 52. On this podcast, let's talk about the water supply hacks and the growing threat of them through the help of an interesting article by Last Pass. After that, we'll see if people partook in an open forum of topics they want to talk about and of course news, notes and highlights from the landscape that have bee…
 
Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 51. On this edition of the program, we continue with Phishlabs and their q1 Phishing and intellegence report talking about Top Level Domains and certificate abuse. Next, Michael in Tennessee sent me an article talking about one email which exposed hundreds of email addresses. We'll also have news an…
 
Welcome to the security box, podcast 50. On the big 50th episode, we've got quite a bit of news notes to cover this week. Besides that, we're continuing with Phishlabs and their ongoing rundown of the Q1 Intelligence Report, this time, talking about free tools and their abuse. We hope that users find this of interest like I did. Of course, the line…
 
In today’s episode, I’m speaking with school board members Bobby Henderson, Hardeman County; Dr. Dale Viox, Arlington; and Susan Horn, Knox County, as they share information on civility in the boardroom and share words of wisdom as to how a board chairman can maintain civility even in the hardest moments. While you may not be the current board chai…
 
Thank you Michael in Tennessee for being our guest throughout the program! We really appreciate it. Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 48. On this edition of the podcast, we've got two topics for you. The first is probably one you can file in the "I can't believe I read this crap" department, while the second deals with Windows Update and what we…
 
Welcome to the security box, podcast 47. On this podcast, we're going to talk about Security. A video which I found on Ted Talk's youtube channel will lead this discussion. We're also going to talk about an article from Lastpass talking about protecting your business from data breach trends. It talks about something we've talked about, supply chain…
 
The Anatomy of an attack has been around for quite awhile. I think its within the last couple of years, and I think it is quite important now more than ever. I talk about what has happened with our staple of the box, and how it was an inbound call that started it, but thats not traditionally the case. Listen to this hour long webinar and let's talk…
 
Welcome to podcast 46 of the Security Box. On this podcast, Michael in Indiana is along with an update about a company we talked about in News Notes on podcast 39. We've got a topic dealing with a company that has been able to take advantage of the dark marketplace as they dominated this space very quietly since 2018. We've got a topic also on Rans…
 
Topics: 4 vulnerabilities under attack give hackers full control of Android devices Ars Technica Conti ransomware gang victimized US health care, first-responder networks, FBI says Cyber Scoop Irish officials analyze decryption tool as long recovery process from ransomware continues Cyber Scoop News and notes from around the landscape How to Tell a…
 
Thousands of Tennessee students face the school day on an empty stomach because there is not enough food at home. Hungry students cannot learn. In today’s episode, Marissa Spady, representative at No Kid Hungry Tennessee, shares information as to how school districts can ensure that all students are healthy and ready to learn and explains why schoo…
 
Welcome to the Security box, podcast 44. On this episode of the program, its time to make sure we're all caught up on Windows Update and what may be important to you. Next, we'll talk about a task force that hopes to disrupt ransomware payments. We're not done with Experian yet, and we'll have a things to ponder on this particular article I read ab…
 
Welcome to the Security box, podcast 43. On this edition of the podcast, we've got two topics. The first talks about a fake vaccine web site that is now shut down, thanks to the US Government. The second topic talks about the Exim 21 bug that recently hit headlines. We'll have news, notes, your questions comments and any catch up from any older pod…
 
Welcome to the security box, podcast 42. I think I've got two very interesting topics. One of these topics is the ongoing saga over at Experian. We know they had a big time breach, but do we really know what else is going on at the company? Brian has the entire details. Finally in the topic department, we know Ransomware has taken a big toll during…
 
Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 41. On this edition of the podcast, we're going to talk about Ubiquiti and their big time breach, as well as something I recently read from Park Mobile and their potential breach. We'll have news, notes and more. Topics: Whistleblower: Ubiquiti Breach “Catastrophic” Ubiquiti All But Confirms Breach Response Iniq…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking with the 2020 recipient of the TSBA Award for Excellence in Education Program: the Clinton City Blaze. Created in 2018, the Blaze is a comprehensive activities program that provides students with a wide variety of opportunities to develop individual talents and interests. Kelly Johnson, Clinton City Director of Sc…
 
Welcome to podcast 40 of the Security Box. On this podcast, we're going to have our main topic that deals with the Windows Updates which you may have been prompted to install. Instead of news notes, I'll pick a few of the articles and we'll see what you think about them as I'll give my thoughts. No full news notes this week, but plenty of content t…
 
Welcome to podcast 39 of the Security Box. Looks like we've got commentary from the replay of broadcast 38's airing. We'll answer any questions from those comments if any, as well as talk about yet another story I read afterword in regards to Facebook and why it might be a good idea to remove your telephone number or use something like Google or Te…
 
Welcome to the Security box, podcast 38. This week, we had planned to go back to DKIM and have a discussion on it, but we aren't going to do that. Why? It looks like news has gotten about Facebooks's 2019 breach and 535 million people whose information may now be out there on the free Internet as well as it already being sold to the dark web when t…
 
Welcome to the Security Box, podcast 37. On this episode of the program, we're going to talk about something I don't think people know much about dealing with email, verification of domains in the process, the standards of what it is and how it came to be. We will also cover a very interesting webinar that I listened to by Trend Micro that delbt wi…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking all about the power of reading and how sharing the love of reading can benefit students for years to come. To highlight these benefits, I sat down with Kathy Hall, Johnson City board member, and Marcie Nitsch, 4th grade teacher with Sumner County Schools, and spoke with each of them about instilling their love of …
 
Welcome to podcast 36 of the security box. On this edition of the program, we'll be talking about password managers. Herbie Allen is along with a Things to Ponder section talking about Scams, one in particular dealing with Amazon. We also have a webinar that will be of interest from F-secure. We'll have news, notes and more. Hope you'll enjoy the p…
 
Welcome to podcast 34 of the Security Box. On this edition, we'll pick up where we left off on the Key Logging aspect of our discussion and we'll have news, notes, commentary and more. We also have something from Michael in Tennessee who sent us a video of 12 Android apps you must get rid of. Some of these, are quite interesting. Hope you enjoy the…
 
On this podcast, we continue where we left off with our Key Logging topic, and we'll also have news, notes, questions, comments and concerns. Hope you'll enjoy the program as much as we have putting it together for you.Topic: Continuing Key Stroke LoggingThis may take several programs, but we must cover keystroke logging. We take from the Wikipedia…
 
In today’s episode, the TSBA Staff Attorneys are answering the most asked legal questions that are received from board members across the state. As mentioned during the episode, here is a link to Governor Bill Lee’s executive orders. Executive Order 71 that Jennifer referenced during this podcast episode expires on February 27, 2021.…
 
These are the show notes. For full news notes, please check the blog. Welcome to the security box, podcast 32. On this edition of the program, we're going to taolk about keystroke loggers. I found a Wikipedia article which is detailed and there could be a possibility that this goes in to multiple weeks. We'll also have news, notes, questions, comme…
 
The show notes are full of links, and those will be posted to the blog as soon as we can.The program only has two tracks at the end, and I'm happy with how it turned out I think. While there were no calls, I know this show will have a lot of info, and the podcast notes will explain things by linking to various things. Welcome to the security box, p…
 
Welcome to podcast 30 of the Security Box. On this security box podcast, the goal is to talk about domains. We'll talk about what a domain is, how they work, a little bit about the IP system, and some recent news in regards to domains, registration companies, look-alike domains and more. We'll have news, notes, questions, comments and Michael in Te…
 
Welcome to podcast 359 of the technology podcast. I'm Jared, and its time to bring you another podcast. Today, we've got something I think you'll be interested in as I talk about something that has been around awhile that seems to be finally dismantled, at least for now. What might that be? Its called Trick Bot. I heard a podcast about it and how i…
 
Welcome to the security box, podcast 29. On this episode of the podcast, what seems to be the problem with messaging applications such as Whatsapp, Signal and others when it comes to their security? What do you think of for cloud security for 2021 as the pandemic continues? We'll have news, notes, questions, comments and more including bits from Sa…
 
In today’s episode, we are speaking to Brett Henley, 2021 TSBA President & Coffee County board member, about demonstrating appreciation for your local school board member. Join us as we discuss the best ways to show your school board members you appreciate their dedication and hard work. Even though showing appreciation is year-round, taking advant…
 
Welcome to the program. Full news notes will be on the blog, but here are the topics and what is talked about before news notes. Hope you enjoy! Welcome to podcast 28 of the Security Box. On this podcast, a couple of year in review items, news, notes, something called teledildonics or "The Male Chasity Cage" from a recent Security Now podcast, news…
 
Hello folks, welcome to the security box, podcast 27. Trend Micro has a report they do each year talking about the trends of the next year and its worth talking about. Did you know about any of the breaches of the past year? We'll go through that thanks to Solutions Review, as well. We'll have news, notes, commentary and more and even a guest to bo…
 
The show notes are short for this episode, but the program is not short. I hope you enjoy the program as much as I have. On this edition of the technology podcast, a stripe demo for you on their app. Also, people getting away with blatently violating terms of service. Finally, Dark Net Diaries had an episode on the darknet and someone who got caugh…
 
Welcome to the Security Box for this week. We continue with the breach that is, by catching up with some commentary from Security Now from two episodes. We also have a "things to ponder section" and some News and notes to boot. For full show notes, please go on over to the blog as there may be links to things that might be of interest to you. I hop…
 
Welcome to podcast 25 of the security box. This podcast was compiled on Christmas day, but was released on the 30th of December. On it, we go through podcasts 341-357 of tech, playing a few segments which were also covered on this podcast like catphishing, some of the security items throughout the year from the blog, and even other highlights. High…
 
Welcome to podcast 24 of the security box. This is a full podcast, as we're on a two week break. Here is what we have for the podcast. The biggest item that we have in the podcast is the biggest breach in the Solar Winds feasco. We're still learning, check the blog for more. Here is a blog post to get you started with the whole fiasco, but there is…
 
On this edition of the podcast, the final podcast of 2020, we'll demo Weather Underground. I wanted to do two demos, but I think one is enough. I hope you'll enjoy it.Apple Vis has a post in their directory of apps about Weather Underground - Forecast which was written up. While I do like the app, I believe the person writing this has the same poin…
 
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