This week, James is flying solo on the microphone catching you up on all the latest news and BIG stories since I'm at HP Discover, Las Vegas and Suits and Spooks in La Jolla, CA. A busy week all the way around, some pretty earth- shattering news coming out!
- We couldn't be the only ones NOT covering the big NSA leak and revelations of spying and other surveillance. Somewhere in the hype, though, is the enterprise story of *insider threat - *http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/09/nsa-secret-surveillance-lawmakers-live
- Google Glass is in the news, again, this time from an enterprise perspective. In light of the slight insider threat problem revealed lately, how will Google's glasses impact security, and society in general for good or evil? - http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9240077/Google_Glass_could_get_a_look_at_the_enterprise
Apple made the news with iOS7 and the big "kill switch" feature, is this really a good idea that actually works or a desperate gimmick to demonstrate innovation? (especially in light of the lock screen bypass in iOS7 beta! - http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/11/tech/mobile/iphone-ios7-kill-switch
Google noticed a significant spike in phishing traffic to GMail around the Iranian "election" (and I use that in quotes on purpose), an interesting developing story - http://money.cnn.com/2013/06/14/technology/security/google-phishing-iran/index.html
- Last but certainly not least, how about that 2+ year old Adobe Flash bug that's being exploited in Chrome to allow attackers (or just perverts) to spy on you using your webcam... creepy! - http://www.forbes.com/sites/andygreenberg/2013/06/14/two-year-old-flash-bug-still-allows-webcam-spying-on-chrome-users/