Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

In December users of O2, Softbank, and other mobile services experienced a day-long data outage affecting as many as 40 million people. In the summer of 2017 148 million Americans lost their personal data in the Equifax breach.
Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

The US government shutdown has taken its toll on IT systems. Services are going offline, and we are ill equipped to deal with a major security or service crisis. Tune in to learn more.
Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

Australia now requires a back door to IT systems. Our hosts are skeptical that this idea will work. Join our PKI experts to learn about the dangers and pitfalls of such a system - and why they have failed in the past.
Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

As quantum computing continues to progress, the world's widespread cryptographic schemes are in danger. To prepare for the cryptographic "Quantum Apocalypse" we will need to replace our RSA- and ECC-based schemes with a new set of ciphers.
Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

The pending cryptographic Quantum Apocalypse requires that we replace the hashing and encryption algorithms used through the internet, enterprise networks, mobile service, and popular devices. Join our experts to learn more.
Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

Russia has stated that it will disconnect from the internet as a trial exercise for full-blown cyber warfare. Join us to learn some of the problems facing Russia will face if indeed it disconnects.
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Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

The promise of a "free" Microsoft CA was alluring to enterprises in the 2000s, but today's increasingly open computing architectures and agile development methodology have outgrown your old fashioned Microsoft CA.
Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

S/MIME certificates indicate the authentic identity of the sender and enable encryption for message content and attachments; providing strong defenses against a variety of email-based attacks, yet adoption today is extremely small.
Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction copy

Join us for a discussion of who benefits from known identity, what can go wrong when identity is obscured, and why ecosystems must include incentives for members to participate in identity authentication.
Root Causes 1-01: Introduction Podcast

Root Causes 1-01: Introduction

Intro to the leading PKI and security podcast. Learn your hosts' qualifications and the reasons for creating this podcast.