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June 2006

Security Wire Weekly -- June 7, 2006
This week, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner reports on McAfee's acquisition of Preventsys; a Snort security flaw gets patched, but not how you might think; and a spammer's change of heart. Also: An interview with privacy expert Mike Spinney on the long-term impact of the latest data thefts.
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May 2006

Security Wire Weekly -- May 31, 2006
This week, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner leads a roundtable discussion with readers about the recent Veterans Affairs data theft, vigilante antispam efforts and the future of the CISSP; plus the top infosec news.
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Security Wire Weekly -- May 31, 2006
This week, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner leads a roundtable discussion with readers about the recent Veterans Affairs data theft, vigilante antispam efforts and the future of the CISSP; plus the top infosec news.
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Security Wire Weekly -- May 24, 2006
This week, News Editor Eric Parizo chats with The 451 Group's Nick Selby about the recent spate of security industry acquisitions, plus all the top infosec news and why criminals may not want to show their faces in Britain.
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Security Wire Weekly -- May 17, 2006
This week, Senior News Writer, Bill Brenner leads a roundtable discussion with author Sean Walberg, ISECOM's Pete Herzog and CISSP Frank Kenisky, about the (ISC)²'s controversial program to bring CISSP coursework to colleges and universities; plus all the week's top infosec news.
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Security Wire Weekly -- May 10, 2006
This week, News Editor Eric Parizo interviews Security Incite's Mike Rothman about who's to blame for the controversial DOS attack against Blue Security and Six Apart, plus all the top news and the worm that just won't die. Listen on your computer or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly -- May 3, 2006
This week, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner interviews Siemens security chief Dave Bixler about his organization's intrusion defense strategy, plus all the top news and why combatants in the browser battle are turning to guerilla warfare.
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April 2006

Security Wire Weekly audio download -- April 26, 2006
This week Senior News Writer Bill Brenner interviews Gartner Vice President Jay Heiser about his controversial column asserting that the defense community is no longer a viable information security role model, plus all the top news and why spam blocking is an art and a science. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- April 19, 2006
This week News Editor Eric Parizo interviews Opus One Senior Partner and Information Security magazine Contributing Editor Joel Snyder on the complexities of product testing, plus all the top information security news and why data theft may not cause pain and suffering after all. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- April 12, 2006
This week News Editor Eric Parizo interviews SANS Internet Storm Center Chief Research Officer Johannus Ullrich regarding Microsoft's latest set of software patches, plus all the top information security news and why Wi-Fi might get you stabbed. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- April 5, 2006
This week, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner talks to Determina Inc.'s Nand Mulchandani about third-party patching for the latest Internet Explorer flaw; plus news on a new Symantec report on smartphone security, a look at how IT security played out at the 2006 Winter Olympics and a legal battle over Verizon's spam-blocking efforts. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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March 2006

Security Wire Weekly audio download -- March 29, 2006
This week News Editor Eric Parizo talks with Kansas City Snort User Group Founder Russ Starr on the future of Snort amid the recent collapse of the Check Point-Sourcefire deal, plus details on an upcoming Microsoft fix, Google's recent court victory and looking for love in all the wrong places. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- March 22, 2006
This week Senior News Writer Bill Brenner talks with Cyber Security Industry Alliance Executive Director Paul Kurtz abut the troubled state of government security and what it means to enterprises, plus details on a pair of new IE flaws, and are AV firms addressing threats fast enough? Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- March 15, 2006
This week News Editor Eric Parizo talks with Yankee Group's Jennifer Simpson about Google's fight to keep its search records private, plus details on Microsoft's latest patches, Apple's continuing headaches and why the CIA is cursing the Web. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- March 8, 2006
This week Senior News Writer Bill Brenner interviews Forrester's Paul Stamp on Check Point's beleaguered Sourcefire acquisition, plus details on a new Symantec report, Apple's latest black eye and why BlackBerry never squeezed security pros. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- March 1, 2006
This week News Editor Eric Parizo has an interview with security guru Winn Schwartau about Mac OS security in the enterprise, plus details on the new 'Crossover' mobile malcode, the out-of-cycle Oracle patch and how a $50 million Internet scam got busted. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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February 2006

Security Wire Weekly audio download -- February 22, 2006
This week Senior News Writer Bill Brenner details exploits targeting the latest Microsoft flaws, an hacking challenge that's raising eyebrows and a warning from Gartner that shouldn't be ignored. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- February 16, 2006
In this third and final special edition of Security Wire Weekly from the 2006 RSA Conference, News Editor Eric Parizo covers what experts and attendees say about the merits of a proposed national ID card system, the most significant product announcements of the week from Information Security magazine, Sourcefire's Martin Rosche's answers to his critics and more. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- February 15, 2006
In today's special edition of Security Wire Weekly from the 2006 RSA Conference, News Editor Eric Parizo has coverage of Wednesday's John Chambers keynote, reaction from attendees and details on the new security features in Microsoft's upcoming Vista OS. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- February 14, 2006
In this special edition of Security Wire Weekly recorded on location in San Jose, Calif., at the 2006 RSA Conference, News Editor Eric Parizo offers detailed coverage of Tuesday's Bill Gates keynote address, analysis from Gartner's John Pescatore, and reactions from conference attendees, plus coverage of the day's other big speeches. It's as close as you can get to the show without getting on a plane. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- February 8, 2006
In this week's edition of Security Wire Weekly, Editorial Director Jon Panker details why Microsoft's tool for creating help documentation needs help of its own, how Mozilla addressed a recent spate of browser flaws and why the corporate landscape is shifting beneath the feet of CISOs. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- February 1, 2006
In this week's edition of Security Wire Weekly from SearchSecurity.com, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner prepares listeners for Friday's expected Nyxem strike, AV firms promise better testing for their antispyware products and Oracle swallows another round of criticism. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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January 2006

Security Wire Weekly audio download -- January 25, 2006
In this week's edition of Security Wire Weekly, News Editor Eric Parizo brings us the latest on the fast-moving Nyxem worm and what it may do on Feb. 3, the latest flaws and fixes from the top vendors and why security pros aren't paying attention to what their tools tell them.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- January 18, 2006
In this week's edition of Security Wire Weekly, Editorial Director Jon Panker brings us news of a Windows Wi-Fi flaw, the details behind two new customer data leaks and the results of an FBI study into how businesses are coping with attacks.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- January 11, 2006
This week, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner details Microsoft's Patch Tuesday update, which the software giant hopes will thwart what could be an incredibly dangerous exploit, why security investments aren't doing enough to stop attacks and an expected Sober strike turns out to be a dud.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- January 4, 2006
In our first edition of 2006, News Editor Eric Parizo details Microsoft's plans for patching the Windows Meta File flaw, Symantec's latest acquisition and how an anti-hacking firm got hacked.
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December 2005

Security Wire Weekly audio download -- December 21, 2005
In our final broadcast of 2005, Editorial Director Jon Panker has the scoop on new security holes plaguing Macromedia users, Christmas greetings you don't want to receive and why Bank of America customers might find themselves short on cash.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- December 14, 2005
This week, News Writer Bill Brenner details why the SANS Institute says the Titan Rain attacks illustrate the need for better IT security training, why Uncle Sam may need to show more infosecurity leadership, and how thwarting biometrics may be little more than child's play.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- December 7, 2005
This week, News Editor Eric Parizo details new worms plaguing AIM users, Microsoft's latest security issues, how a popular shoe retailer is taking steps to prevent future data thefts and why Wikipedia is getting serious about securing content.
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November 2005

Security Wire Weekly audio download -- November 29, 2005
This week, Editorial Director Jon Panker details a new danger courtesy of two "alleged" celebrities, a controversial survey that suggests security has fallen six years behind, plus how authorities nabbed a thief who never grew up.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- November 16, 2005
This week, News Writer Bill Brenner explains how the prolific Sober worm is on the move again, why keyloggers are becoming an indispensable tool for online fraudsters and which new high-risk vulnerability is affecting IPsec VPNs.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- November 9, 2005
This week News Editor Eric Parizo offers details on a new Linux worm, why J-Lo's CDs may be dangerous and how an adware firm is cleaning up its act.
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Security Wire Weekly audio download -- November 1, 2005
This week Editorial Director Jon Panker covers a new set of Oracle flaws, open source database fears and a new effort to define VoIP threats.
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