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Exclusive: Flaws in Zoom’s Keybase App Kept Chat Images From Being Deleted

A serious flaw in Zoom’s Keybase secure chat application left copies of images contained in secure communications on Keybase users’ computers after they were supposedly deleted.

COVID Vaccine on Assembly Line

Episode 204: Josh Corman of CISA on securing the Vaccine Supply Chain

Joshua Corman, the Chief Strategist for Healthcare and COVID on CISA’s COVID Task Force, joins us to talk about the myriad of cyber threats facing healthcare and the vaccine distribution system and how the federal government is working to counter them.

Aerial top view Water treatment plant, Aerial top view recirculation solid contact clarifier sedimentation tank.

Episode 203: Don’t Hack The Water and Black Girls Hack Founder Tennisha Martin

In this episode of the Security Ledger Podcast (#203) we talk about the apparent hack of a water treatment plant in Oldsmar Florida with Frank Downs of the firm BlueVoyant. In our second segment: is infosec’s lack of diversity a bug or a feature? Tennisha Martin of Black Girls Hack joins us to talk about the many obstacles that black women face as they try to enter the information security field.

President Joseph Biden - Cyber

Episode 202: The Byte Stops Here – Biden’s Cyber Agenda

Even before Solar Storm, Joe Biden had made it clear that a cyber security reset was needed. But what will that reset look like? To understand a bit better what might be in store in the months ahead we devoted this episode of the podcast to interviewing three experts on federal IT security and cyber defense.

Vulnerability Researcher

Episode 201: Bug Hunting with Sick Codes

The work of vulnerability research has changed a lot in the last two decades. In this episode, Security Ledger Podcast host Paul Roberts chats with the independent researcher known as “Sick Codes” about the growing risk of open source supply chain hacks, his method for bug hunting and what projects are in the pipeline for 2021.