Through the course of the podcast so far, Jay and Joao have discussed foundational topics, as well as news and current trends. In this episode, second factor authentication is discussed. This foundational episode will go over what it is, why you should use it, and also some of the things that can potentially weaken its benefit.
We talk a lot about patching on this podcast, and the reason for that is because a lot of organizations don’t seem to handle this important aspect of security very well. A recent patching report from the Ponemon institute seems to reflect this, and the stats regarding patching definitely don’t look good. In this episode of Enterprise Linux Security, Jay and Joao discuss some of the findings within this report.
Ubuntu 22.04 is the latest LTS release from Canonical, and is due for release very soon. In this episode, Jay and Tom discuss the new release, and some of the inconsistencies that will come with it.
2021 is now in the past, but there’s some very interesting details in the year-end vulnerability report produced by RBS. These details give us a look at some of the trends that will impact 2022 and beyond. In this episode, Joao and Jay discuss the report and some of its findings.
The New Year is just beginning, and we already have a few important CVE’s to discuss, this time around Polkit and LUKS. The CVE numbers for these vulnerabilities are CVE-2021-4034 and CVE-2021-4122 respectively. In this episode, Jay and Joao discuss these vulnerabilities.