In today’s podcast, we hear that ISIS claims of responsibility for Las Vegas murders continue to lose plausibility, but the shooter’s motives remain a mystery. Yahoo!’s epic breach just got even more epic. Equifax looks little better in the wake of its CEO’s Congressional testimony. A major breach seems to be unfolding in India. Jonathan Katz from UMD on the importance of random numbers for cryptography. Guest is Dave Mahon from Century Link on the importance of diversity and opportunities for women in cyber security. And does Star Fleet still run Windows XP? Who’s responsible for information security on that bridge anyway?
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