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Open Source Security Podcast

Jan 18, 2021

Josh and Kurt talk about the new right to repair rules in the EU. There's a strange line between loving the idea of right to repair, but also being horrified as security people at the idea of a device being on the Internet for 30 years.

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Jan 11, 2021

Josh and Kurt talk about this idea that seems to exist in security of "attackers only need to be right once" which is silly. The reality is attackers have to get everything right, defenders really only need to get it right once. But "defenders only need to be right once" isn't going to sell any products.

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Jan 4, 2021

Josh and Kurt talk about a report on open source security from the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security. The title pretty much sums it up.

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Dec 28, 2020

Josh and Kurt talk about communication. It's really hard to talk about a lot of what we do. How do we know if a device is secure? How do we know our knowledge is correct?

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Dec 25, 2020

Josh and Kurt talk about why we do the things we do. Sometimes we have to question everything.

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