Flame APT, iOS Security, and Cisco IOS XR Update
This week’s security summary video comes from Cascais Portugal, where I’m attending a WatchGuard partner conference, which is also why I’m posting the episode a little late.
The biggest story of the week has to do with a new APT-class attack called Flame, which affects targeted Middle Eastern organizations. However, the episode also covers a Cisco IOS update, an new iOS Security Guide, and more proof of Stuxnet’s origins. For the whole scoop, check out the video below.
You can find links to this week’s stories in the Reference section below. Leave comments or feedback if you have any.
On a side note, for any Radio Free Security (RFS) listeners out there, this month’s episode is slightly delayed due to my busy travel schedule this month. You can expect May’s RFS episode to go live either Monday or Tuesday next week.
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Direct YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2haLqnnTlk
- Apple releases iOS Security Guide – Slashdot
- iOS Security Guide [PDF] – Apple
- Cisco IOS XR DoS update – Cisco
- Obama administration responsible for Stuxnet – New York Times
- What is the Flame worm – WatchGuard Security Center
- Kaspersky Flame FAQ – Securelist