Smashing Security podcast #001: ‘One cup, two hotel guests’

Three security industry veterans, chatting live about whatever is on their mind.

Graham Cluley
@gcluley

Join me and fellow computer security industry veterans Vanja Svajcer and Carole Theriault as we have a casual video chat about whatever is on our minds. You can either watch the video, or listen to the podcast.

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This week, in Smashing Security #001: “One cup, two hotel guests”, we discuss the pains of providing tech support to family and friends, how writing down your passwords might actually sometimes be a good idea, and muse on cloud backup services.

What else? Well how about cool gadgetry, smart basketballs, below-par hotel services and, of course, Christmas being “..in TWO days”?

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Graham Cluley is a veteran of the anti-virus industry having worked for a number of security companies since the early 1990s when he wrote the first ever version of Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit for Windows. Now an independent security analyst, he regularly makes media appearances and is an international public speaker on the topic of computer security, hackers, and online privacy. Follow him on Twitter at @gcluley, or drop him an email.

One comment on “Smashing Security podcast #001: ‘One cup, two hotel guests’”

  1. i came across a book called encrypted pocketbook of password which I might consider proposing to solve the password remembering issue. Keep up guys!

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