Brexit Shocker, and Cybercrime Forum Sells Server AccessAudio Report: ISMG Editors Analyze Cybersecurity Developments
What are the privacy, cybersecurity and data protection implications of Britain's vote to exit the European Union? This edition of the ISMG Security Report kicks off with an analysis of Britain's surprise referendum result to "Brexit" the EU and details the likely cybersecurity, cybercrime intelligence-sharing and privacy repercussions.
You'll also hear (click on player beneath image to listen):
- A report by Jeremy Kirk, ISMG managing editor for security and technology, on why digital certificate giant Comodo was in hot water over its move to trademark the phrase "let's encrypt."
- A discussion with Varun Haran, ISMG associate editor, about the implications of the now-shuttered xDedic cybercrime marketplace selling access credentials for as many as 250,000 Remote Desktop Protocol servers around the world.
- Why Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tapes over his webcam when not in use, and why you should too.