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Science of CX
Mark Ross-Smith: Loyalty Programs as a way of Wowing your Customers

Science of CX

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 44:47


Mark ‘Mr. Loyalty' Ross-Smith, is an award-winning global airline loyalty industry leader, and the CEO & Co-founder at Loyalty Data Co, the parent brand of StatusMatch.com.  Mark's experience in airlines runs deep as he previously headed up the Malaysia Airlines Enrich Loyalty Program, delivering consecutive year record financial success to the airline. Mark has also held roles in several high-tech start-ups, including the largest Australian-owned mobile social network, where he was CEO for 7 years, spearheaded big-data opportunities with Optus, Vodafone, and Telstra, and also generated an incremental $35M annually for the telcos through data-driven loyalty initiatives Mark is a highly sought-after speaker at airline and loyalty industry events, known for cutting through the noise and delivering content that isn't seen or spoken about in public forums. As the Founder of Travel Data Daily – Mark has published dozen of papers and articles on airline loyalty, which dives deep into airline economics and thought leadership. Key Takeaways The story of what got Mark interested in the business of travel and airlines Why Mark created his website statusmatch.com (A website designed to help airlines find high-level customers on a higher scale and help travelers find an airline that's more suitable to their needs)Mark gives us an insight into what happens when people sign up on his site. Everything from changing airlines, status matching, and flightWhat are the reasons that a customer might feel the need to change his airline?Discovering the perks that loyalty programs play in ensuring your esteemed customers remain hooked to your products and services. Employee participation. Find out the level of empowerment a cabin crew has, and how this plays a role in how creative and responsive they are. Mark shares his thoughts on how we can bring back the fun and great experience that was once associated with the travel industry.  Connect with Mark LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/markrosssmith/?originalSubdomain=sg  Website - https://www.statusmatch.com/  Portfolio - https://www.traveldatadaily.com/

SBS French - SBS en français
Le journal politique : Le piratage de Medibank

SBS French - SBS en français

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 5:14


Après Optus, un autre géant australien est victime d'une cyberattaque. L'assureur Medibank a reconnu que des hackers avaient pu accéder aux données personnelles de 9,7 millions d'assurés. Toute une série a déjà été publiée sur le dark web et l'affaire est loin d'être terminée. L'Australie accuse des pirates russes de ce vol de données.

The Get Cyber Resilient Show
Ep 117 | Behind the Cyber News: 8th November 2022

The Get Cyber Resilient Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 39:30


On this week's Behind the News episode, the team discuss the ongoing fallout from the Optus and Medibank breaches, as well as looking into the latest victim, Harcourts Melbourne. We then pivot to the take down of an international cybercriminal in the Netherlands and an attack on a German copper smelter and the implication it could have locally. We then wrap up of the latest breaches and vulnerabilities to make the headlines. Check out some of our latest articles: How a recession could hit your cyber defences The future of the firewall This month in security: October 2022 Or subscribe to our free monthly newsletter!

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
“Vendrán más ataques cibernéticos”: experto en ciberseguridad, tras filtraciones de Optus y Medibank

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 12:33


Tras las filtraciones de datos de Optus y Medibank en Australia, expertos aseguran que hay que estar preparados para más ataques de criminales en línea en los próximos años. El experto Alberto Roura habló con SBS Spanish sobre la ley que cursa en el Gobierno que busca multar a las empresas que permitan estas filtraciones. También da recomendaciones sobre cómo blindarse si sus datos son filtrados en el ciberespacio.

Policy, Guns & Money
Australia-US industry and tech collaboration, Google's cybersecurity overhaul

Policy, Guns & Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 48:24


Plenty of security experts feel that the defence industry could learn a bit from Silicon Valley when it comes to moving more quickly, embracing disruption and making quicker decisions. One of them is Dr Bill Greenwalt of the American Enterprise Institute, one of the most sought-after US thinkers on defence acquisition. He's a former Senate Armed Services Committee staffer and deputy defense undersecretary for industrial policy. Today, Dr Greenwalt speaks with ASPI's Bec Shrimpton about Australia-US industry and tech collaboration, and about how to stay ahead in the innovation race that lies at the heart of today's strategic competition. In our second segment, ASPI's Vahri Fotheringham talks to Shane Huntley, the head of Google's threat analysis group. They discuss Google's recent six-part documentary about the cybersecurity overhaul the company went through after it was hacked by China in 2009 in what became known as Operation Aurura. They also discuss steps that consumers and companies can take to improve their cyber security in a timely exchange following the high-profile hacks of Optus and Medibank, and the release today of the Australian Cyber Security Centre's Annual Cyber Threat Report. https://www.cyber.gov.au/acsc/view-all-content/reports-and-statistics/acsc-annual-cyber-threat-report-july-2021-june-2022

The Critical Banter Podcast

The boys have broken up. It's official. Somewhat. We go full Ari Aster, full Artic Monkey, full random circular green dots on a canvas, by channelling our indie creativeness. This episode you get to hear the most inner, contemplative, and emotional thoughts from the boys one by one. You heard that right. One. By. One. Miguel begins with his incredible insight into the state of football, and perhaps why it may be suffering from a decline. Kush goes deep into this cinematic knowledge, making it clear that he is there to worsen your movie watching experience. Rohit goes as meta as Dan Harmon's writing circle, creating a podcast within a podcast. And lasty, Sen airs his thoughts in a brutally honest fashion. Also this week: Fifa, Tom Cruise insurance, firing an employee, and Optus. ______________________________________________ SPONSORS

The Signal
Why we keep getting hacked

The Signal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 13:09


First Optus, then Medibank. Millions of us have had our private data stolen, exposing us to identity theft and fraud. Now criminals even have our medical records. Today, cryptographer, Vanessa Teague on why Australian laws are leaving consumers so vulnerable and why it won't be long before the next big data breach.  Featured: Dr Vanessa Teague, Adj. Associate Professor, College of Engineering and Computer Science, Australian National University

SBS Mandarin - SBS 普通话电台
SBS普通话晚新闻(27/10/2022)

SBS Mandarin - SBS 普通话电台

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 4:26


Coles:新财年第一季度食品杂货通胀率达7.1% 新州一青少年被控勒索数据被泄露的Optus客户 雅思考试将推出单科重考服务 澳大利亚宣布向乌克兰提供更多支持

The Get Cyber Resilient Show
Ep 115 | Behind the Cyber News: 25th October 2022

The Get Cyber Resilient Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 41:40


Dan, Gar and Vinh are back for another look behind the cyber news. In this week's episode the team unpack another high profile breach, this time the ransomware attack on one of the country's largest health insurers; Medibank Private. We then dive into an update on the fallout and investigations launched off the back of the Optus data breach; we also take a look at the information overload, burnout and talent retention challenges impacting SOC performance. We wrap up with a rapid fire review of the latest breaches and vulnerabilities to make the headlines. Check out some of our latest articles: How scammers can turn a dream job into a cybersecurity nightmare A new age? How the new government is looking to transform Australian cybersecurity Why Cyber Security Awareness Month matters more than ever Or subscribe to our free monthly newsletter!

7am
When your identity is no longer your own

7am

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 17:20


It's been two weeks since millions of Australians learned their data might have been compromised in the Optus hack.  Since then other data breaches have been revealed, and the precarious nature of the way our personal information is often stored is becoming clear.  So what actually happens when someone tries to steal your identity?  Today, contributor to The Saturday Paper, Emma Phillips, on how it feels to lose control of your identity, and her fight to get it back.  Socials: Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram. Guest: Contributor to The Saturday Paper, Emma Phillips.  

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Giới tiểu thương được đào tạo hỗ trợ về an ninh mạng

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 5:37


Kể từ sau khi xảy ra vụ xâm nhập dữ liệu của Optus, ngày càng có nhiều sự chú ý về cách các doanh nghiệp có thể giữ thông tin của khách hàng một cách an toàn. Một sáng kiến mới hiện được đưa ra, để bảo vệ tốt hơn cho các doanh nghiệp nhỏ trên mạng, vốn là mục tiêu ưa thích của những kẻ lừa đảo.

SBS Nepali - एसबीएस नेपाली पोडकाष्ट
Small business to get cyber security support training

SBS Nepali - एसबीएस नेपाली पोडकाष्ट

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 5:29


After the recent Optus data breaches, a new initiative, Cyber Wardens, has been launched to better protect small businesses online.

SBS Samoan - SBS Samoan
$20 piliona na gau i faiga taufa'asese (scams) i Ausetalia.

SBS Samoan - SBS Samoan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 5:16


O loo fa'aauau su'esu'ega i le kamupani a Optus ma le auala na liki ai i tua faamatalaga puipuia o tagata. O loo su'esu'eina fo'i le faitau selau o faasea o loo faatau i le A-C-C-C i aso ta'itasi mai tagata o loo a'afia i faiga taufaasese.

Military Wife Life
140.Protecting our Data & Identity- What we can all do TODAY!

Military Wife Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 25:26


Protecting our Data & Identity- What we can all do TODAY!   By now, most of us would have heard about the Optus data breach, which compromised the sensitive information of up to 10 million customers. The Optus data breach highlights and reminds us that we live in a world where scammers exist and where there is a real need for all of us to increase our vigilance. On this week's Military Life Podcast Episode, Head of Fraud at Defence Bank Mike Smith and Michael O'Reilly, Chief Marketing & Product Officer talk us through;   -What happens when there is a data breach, who notifies us and which information to trust? -Why we should all be monitoring our credit history and scores and how it can provide an early warning sign of identity theft. You can also check out Defence Banks Intel Blog ‘How to use your credit score to uncover identity theft' -How to check our credit history and scores via platforms like Equifax, RateCity, Credit Savvy or Finder and how regularly we should be doing it. You can also check out Defence Bank's Intel Blog article ‘How often should I be checking my credit score?' -Why someone would want to steal our identity and what our identity can be used for. -Phishing scams- What are they and the popular ones circulating at the moment like the Netflix Scam, the Toll Road Scam and the Hi Mom Scam. You can also check out Defence Banks Intel Blog ‘Five Major Phishing Scams you need to avoid' -Available information and resources to help you stay ahead of scammers and protect your personal information.  -ScamWatch, the Australian Security Centre, MoneySmart and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner and IDCare, a not-for-profit that provides free support to Australians who have been impacted by fraud or scams. -How we can determine if someone is trying to scam us and the steps we can take if the unfortunate happens and we fall victim to a data breach, scam or identity theft. You can also check out Defence Banks' Intel Blog ‘What can you do if you've been scammed?' -Free and safe Government resources we can access if we have been impacted by fraud or scams and the ways we can prevent further impact through things like requesting a ban on our credit report. -What can be learnt from the OPTUS data breach for consumers, and going forward, what should be front of mind for all of us?   Your best defence is to stay one step ahead of scammers by reading up on the latest information and scams in circulation. Defence Bank has a series of blog articles about scams, fraud and security. Read more by visiting their website here. You can find out more information about Credit History/Score platforms Equifax here, or RateCity here, or Credit Savvy here, or Finder here.

SBS Filipino - SBS Filipino
Optus still battling fallout from data breach

SBS Filipino - SBS Filipino

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 4:46


Optus could face millions of dollars in fines following last month's data breach.

SBS Cantonese - SBS广东话节目
Optus 處理客戶數據手法遭調查 騙徒趁火打劫

SBS Cantonese - SBS广东话节目

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 5:22


Optus 於上月下旬宣佈被黑客入侵,泄露客戶的數據,目前,Optus 有機會會被罰數百萬澳元。

The 443 - Security Simplified
Q2 Threats and Guilty CSOs

The 443 - Security Simplified

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 90:51


This week on the podcast, we focus on highlighting WatchGuard's Q2 Internet Security Report, covering the latest threat trends and what you can do to avoid them. However, we also pack in our security news segment, with an Optus breach update from an Australian IT and security expert and WatchGuard Partner, the latest on the UBER CSO trial, and a warning about the recent zero day Exchange exploit that some call ProxyNotShell. This week's episode is a long one, so grab a fresh coffee and listen during a long walk or drive.

Risky Business
Risky Business #682 -- Starlink goes dark on Ukraine's front line

Risky Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022


On this week's show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week's security news, including: Why former Uber CISO Joe Sullivan's guilty verdict shouldn't worry you United States puts chipmaking restrictions on China, APT activity is coming Elon blinks and Starlink goes dark on Ukraine's front line Master cyber criminal arrested in Australia Much, much more This week's show is brought to you by runZero, the asset inventory and network visibility solution. runZero's founding CTO and industry legend HD Moore is this week's sponsor guest. Links to everything that we discussed are below and you can follow Patrick or Adam on Twitter if that's your thing. Show notes Risky Biz News: Good news for the Capital One hacker, bad news for the former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan guilty in Uber hacking case - The Washington Post Security chiefs fear ‘CISO scapegoating' following Uber-Sullivan verdict - The Record by Recorded Future U.S. imposes foreign direct product rule on China for AI and supercomputing - The Washington Post Popular censorship circumvention tools face fresh blockade by China | TechCrunch 'Fear' driving Chinese state to manipulate tech ecosystem... - GCHQ.GOV.UK Risky Biz News: China blocks several protocols used to bypass the Great Firewall Joint_CSA_Top_CVEs_Exploited_by_PRC_cyber_actors_TLPWHITE - DocumentCloud Starlink goes dark Coverage of Killnet DDoS attacks plays into attackers' hands, experts say - The Record by Recorded Future Ukrainian cybersecurity officer killed by Russian missile strike - The Record by Recorded Future Biden signs new US-EU privacy framework, setting up surveillance safeguards - The Record by Recorded Future White House to unveil ambitious cybersecurity labeling effort modeled after Energy Star Australian teen charged with using leaked Optus data to blackmail customers - The Record by Recorded Future Report: Big U.S. Banks Are Stiffing Account Takeover Victims – Krebs on Security Hackers steal at least $100 million from Binance-linked blockchain - The Record by Recorded Future Someone is clogging up the Zcash blockchain with a spam attack Alberto Rodriguez, and Erik Hunstad - Stop writing malware! The Blue team has done it for you - YouTube CVE-2022-34689 - Security Update Guide - Microsoft - Windows CryptoAPI Spoofing Vulnerability Get root on macOS 12.3.1: proof-of-concepts for Linus Henze's CoreTrust and DriverKit bugs (CVE-2022-26766, CVE-2022-26763) | Worth Doing Badly Risky Biz News: LofyGang runs amok in the npm ecosystem with minimal gains

SBS German - SBS Deutsch
"Optus hätte das verhindern müssen."

SBS German - SBS Deutsch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 14:53


Ende September wurde in Australien der grösste Hacker-Angriff in der Geschichtes unseres Landes bekannt. Die Konten von 10 Millionen Optus-Kunden wurden abgegriffen und teilweise auch veröffentlicht. Wie konnte es dazu kommen? Was müssen Staat, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft unternehmen, um künftige Skandale zu verhindern? Der deutsche Cybersecurity-Experte Prof. Carsten Rudolph von der Monash University in Melbourne erläutert Hintergründe und gibt Ratschläge.

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Optus có thể bị phạt hàng triệu đô la vì vi phạm luật riêng tư, lưu trữ thông tin khách hàng cũ có phạm luật?

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 3:14


Optus có thể phải đối mặt với hàng triệu đô la tiền phạt sau vụ tin tặc tấn công dữ liệu vào tháng trước. Một cuộc điều tra phối hợp giữa hai cơ quan quản lý Úc sẽ xem xét cách thức công ty viễn thông xử lý thông tin cá nhân của khách hàng.

SBS Mandarin - SBS 普通话电台
SBS晚新闻(2022年10月11日)

SBS Mandarin - SBS 普通话电台

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 6:21


乘客“跳过”安检引发墨尔本机场大混乱;针对Optus数据泄露事件的多项调查已启动;澳洲政府考虑向乌克兰派兵训练其军队;新报告揭西悉尼居民感觉遭到疫情封控的“惩罚”。(请点击收听详细内容)

The Competitive Edge
Green Zone: Power shifts in state and national regulation in energy and beyond, with Special Counsel Geoff Petersen.

The Competitive Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 29:25


It's state vs state as national regulation lags behind environmental imperatives. Special Counsel Geoff Petersen takes us through how regulated industries are shaped by the turbulent history of federalism - including Mark Twain's train ride to Albury. Plus the real takeaway from the Optus hack, new maximum penalties, an overhaul of unfair contract terms provisions and we raise the curtain on Opera Australia under its new Chair. All this and more with co-hosts Moya Dodd and Matt Rubinstein.   Simon Burns and Lesley Sutton on the Optus hack G+T on the new bill to increase penalties and prohibit unfair contract terms Justice Jagot's Bannerman lecture and Her Honour's paper on Matt's favourite competition law issue Mark Twain on "the most baffling and unaccountable marvel that Australasia can show" Hear the Pearl Fishers' Duet with Jussi Björling and Robert Merrill (1950) Meet the Gilbert + Tobin Competition + Regulation team Email us at edge@gtlaw.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Quicky
Evening Headlines: Optus Investigations Launched, Telco Could Face Millions In Fines

The Quicky

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 4:48


Welcome to The Quicky, getting you up to speed daily.  The Quicky drops an episode every morning with a deep dive and the news headlines, and we'll be bringing you the afternoon news as well. Every weekday Emma Gillespie will be in your ears telling you the headlines you need to know, to make your commute home that little easier. And yes, Claire Murphy will still be getting you up to speed each morning.  CREDITS  Host: Emma Gillespie Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to MamamiaBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS Nepali - एसबीएस नेपाली पोडकाष्ट

Optus could face millions of dollars in fines following last month's data breach. A coordinated investigation by two Australian regulators will examine how the telecommunications company handled customers' personal information. The consumer watchdog, the A-C-C-C also says it's receiving many complaints from people about Optus-related scams.

SBS World News Radio
Optus still battling fallout from data breach

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 3:04


Optus could face millions of dollars in fines following last month's data breach. A coordinated investigation by two Australian regulators will examine how the telecommunications company handled customers' personal information. The consumer watchdog, the A-C-C-C also says it's receiving many complaints from people about Optus-related scams.

The Get Cyber Resilient Show
Ep 113 | Behind the Cyber News: 11th October 2022

The Get Cyber Resilient Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 50:06


In this week's episode, Dan and Gar are back on the mics joined by our newest host, Vinh Nguyen! The team take a look behind the cyber news, starting with the biggest cybersecurity story of the year in Australia, the Optus data breach. They also discuss the latest developments of the Uber breach and the fall out of T-Mobile's data breach, including their $350 million payout. We finish off the show with a wrap of the latest breaches and vulnerabilities to make the headlines. Check out some of our latest articles: Why Cyber Security Awareness Month matters more than ever How security mesh can leave attackers in a tangle This month in security: September 2022 Or subscribe to our free monthly newsletter!

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast
Mobile Payment Fraud

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 56:41


Cold hard cash is becoming more and more rare these days. People just don't carry it around much any more. So how do you split a bill at a restaurant or buy from a street vendor? Many people today use mobile payment apps like Venmo, Apple Pay, PayPal, the Cash App, or a service promoted by many US banks called Zelle. While convenient, are these payment systems safe? Most of them actually are pretty secure (though some of them are not very private, like Venmo). But because most of these apps draw directly from your bank account, if you send money to the wrong person, either by mistake or because you were scammed, that money is pretty much gone. Ironically, this is very much like physical cash. Specifically, protections many people assume they have against fraudulent bank transactions don't really apply. You explicitly made the transfer and therefore many banks will not reimburse you for the loss. In other news: Optus confirms massive data breach; Optus breach triggers privacy regulation review in Australia; Facebook shuts down propaganda campaigns from Russia and China; Facebook warns 1M users of potential credential theft; Google will be migrating Fitbit customers to Google accounts; Microsoft adds new protections to warn you of PC password reuse and insecure storage; the FTC is pushing for new rules around location data collection and sharing; Google releases new tool to help purge personal information from its search results. Article Links [BleepingComputer] Optus confirms 2.1 million ID numbers exposed in data breach https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/optus-confirms-21-million-id-numbers-exposed-in-data-breach/[The Verge] Australia to overhaul privacy laws after massive data breach https://www.theverge.com/2022/9/26/23372868/australian-hack-disclosure-privacy-laws-optus-data-breach[Hacker News] Facebook Shuts Down Covert Political 'Influence Operations' from Russia and China https://thehackernews.com/2022/09/facebook-shuts-down-covert-political.html[9to5mac.com] Facebook security warning for 1M users: Scam apps stole login credentials https://9to5mac.com/2022/10/07/facebook-security-warning/[Hacker News] Google to Make Account Login Mandatory for New Fitbit Users in 2023 https://thehackernews.com/2022/09/google-to-make-account-login-mandatory.html[Lifehacker] Microsoft Has a New Trick for Keeping Your Password Safe https://lifehacker.com/microsoft-has-a-new-trick-for-keeping-your-password-saf-1849580498[Bloomberg] FTC Joins Push for Rules on Trade of Smartphone Location Data https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-09-16/location-data-rules-draw-ftc-s-attention-post-roe[The Verge] In 2023, Google can notify you if personal info pops up in search https://www.theverge.com/2022/9/28/23377208/google-results-about-you-notifications-personal-info[briankrebs] Report: Big U.S. Banks Are Stiffing Account Takeover Victims https://krebsonsecurity.com/2022/10/report-big-u-s-banks-are-stiffing-account-takeover-victims/ Further Info National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: https://www.cisa.gov/cybersecurity-awareness-monthConsumer Reports: payment apps: https://www.consumerreports.org/digital-payments/how-to-safely-pay-for-goods-and-services-with-someone-you-dont-know/  Send me your questions! https://fdsd.me/qna Support me! https://fdsd.me/support Subscribe to the newsletter: https://firewallsdontstopdragons.com/newsletter/new-newsletter/Check out my book, Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1484261887 Would you like me to speak to your group about security and/or privacy? https://fdsd.me/speakerrequest Generate secure passphrases! https://d20key.com/#/  Table of Contents Use these timestamps to jump to a particular section of the show. 0:00:42: News rundown0:02:49: 10 Million Optus users affected by breach0:06:04: Optus breached via open web interface0:10:28: Facebook shuts down political influence campaigns0:13:38: Facebook warns 1M users of potential credential the...

SBS Cantonese - SBS广东话节目
華人網絡專家義務助Optus客戶查泄露:「想盡己能力幫助社會」

SBS Cantonese - SBS广东话节目

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 10:20


布里斯本的華人數據科學家嚴紫瑩(Leah Yan)和拍檔一起建立了didoptusleak.me網站,讓Optus客戶可以自行檢查,自己是不是數據泄露事件中資訊被公開的約1萬名受害人之一。

The Chaser Report
Unmasking The Optus Hacker | Gabbi Bolt | Floyd Alexander-Hunt

The Chaser Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 17:11


Floyd and Gabbi charge forth with their deductions on who the Optus hacker might be. Meanwhile Dom reads out the texts he's received since being hacked. Plus Charles offers his thoughts on why Optus CEO should NOT resign in shame. You can lose the ads and get more content! Become a Chaser Report VIP member at http://apple.co/thechaser OR https://plus.acast.com/s/the-chaser-report. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Một thiếu niên bị bắt có liên quan đến vụ rò rỉ thông tin của Optus

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 2:42


Một thiếu niên đã bị buộc tội về một hành vi lừa đảo, do cáo buộc sử dụng thông tin thu được từ vụ vi phạm dữ liệu Optus. Thế nhưng người nầy KHÔNG bị nghi ngờ chịu trách nhiệm cho vụ tấn công mạng.

The Jerich Show Podcast
Human trafficking in cybercrime, social media identity theft and more

The Jerich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 29:39


In this episode, Erich and Javvad talking about human trafficking related to cybercrime operations, social media account takeovers and more!   Stories from the show: Guilty verdict in the Uber breach case makes personal liability real for CISOs https://www.csoonline.com/article/3676148/guilty-verdict-in-the-uber-breach-case-makes-personal-liability-real-for-cisos.html Jury Finds Former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan Guilty of Cover-Up https://www.govinfosecurity.com/jury-finds-former-uber-cso-joe-sullivan-guilty-cover-up-a-20187  Twitter post by Whitney Merrill - @wbm312 https://twitter.com/wbm312/status/1577827226196013056  SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT https://dd80b675424c132b90b3-e48385e382d2e5d17821a5e1d8e4c86b.ssl.cf1.rackcdn.com/external/sullivansupersedingindictment-dec222021.pdf Twitter whistleblower tells Senate of ‘egregious' security failings by company https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/sep/13/twitter-whistleblower-testimony-congress-peiter-zatko  Hundreds of Indians Reportedly Trafficked to Myanmar by Cybercrime Operations https://www.irrawaddy.com/news/burma/hundreds-of-indians-reportedly-trafficked-to-myanmar-by-cybercrime-operations.html/amp Police arrest teen for using leaked Optus data to extort victims https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/police-arrest-teen-for-using-leaked-optus-data-to-extort-victims/ An identity scam that has grown in the past 12 months by more than 1,000% - social media account takeover https://www.idtheftcenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/2022-Consumer-Impact-Report_V3.4_Final_Linked.pdf

Cyber Security Headlines
Uber coverup ruling, Optus data spilled, Easylife's trigger fine

Cyber Security Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 7:26


Former Uber security chief found guilty of data breach coverup Optus confirms 2.1 million ID numbers exposed in data breach Retailer Easylife fined £1.5m for data protection breaches Thanks to today's episode sponsor, Hunters Hunters is a SaaS platform, purpose built for Security Operation teams. Providing unlimited dataingestion and normalization at a predictable cost, Hunters helps SOC teams mitigate real threats faster and more reliably than SIEM. Visit Hunters.ai to learn more. For the stories behind the headlines, head to CISOseries.com.

SBS Mandarin - SBS 普通话电台
SBS早新闻(2022年10月8日)

SBS Mandarin - SBS 普通话电台

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 11:50


白俄罗斯人权活动家和两个俄乌组织获诺贝尔和平奖;悉尼今天将迎来大雨暴风或山洪天气;上千名Optus用户在数据泄露事件后寻求赔偿;泰国总理抵达幼儿园枪击案现场向遇难者献花

The Kyle & Jackie O Show

A Sydney man has been arrested relating to the Optus SMS scams. Listen for full details.

SBS Swahili - SBS Swahili
Yves "Silazima makampuni ya hifadhi data za wateja wao kwa muda mrefu"

SBS Swahili - SBS Swahili

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 17:48


Kampuni ya Optus imejipata mashakani hivi karibuni, baada ya mdukuzi kuchapisha mtandaoni taarifa ya wateja wa kampuni hiyo mtandao.

Symantec Cyber Security Brief Podcast
Witchetty espionage group activity, Microsoft Exchange Server zero days, and U.S. defense sector targeted by APT groups

Symantec Cyber Security Brief Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 27:50


On this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, Brigid O Gorman and Dick O’Brien discuss a recent blog we published on the Witchetty (aka LookingFrog) espionage group, which has been progressively updating its toolset, using new malware in attacks on targets in the Middle East and Africa, including a new tool that employs steganography. We also discuss the recently discovered Microsoft Exchange Server zero days, the U.S. defense sector being targeted by multiple APT groups, and a newly discovered espionage actor called Metador, which was spotted operating in recent weeks. We also discuss the breach of Australian telecoms giant Optus, and some new information that has emerged about the takedown of the REvil/Sodinokibi ransomware gang.

The Quicky
Evening Headlines: Man Charged In Relation To Optus Data Breach

The Quicky

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 4:20


Welcome to The Quicky, getting you up to speed daily.  The Quicky drops an episode every morning with a deep dive and the news headlines, and we'll be bringing you the afternoon news as well. Every weekday Emma Gillespie will be in your ears telling you the headlines you need to know, to make your commute home that little easier. And yes, Claire Murphy will still be getting you up to speed each morning.  CREDITS  Host: Talissa Bazaz Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to MamamiaBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Squiz Shortcuts
Your Shortcut to... Cybersecurity and the Optus data breach

Squiz Shortcuts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 15:35


Whether you're an Optus customer or not, you might have heard the news of one of Australia's worst-ever data breaches that left millions of peoples' data exposed. So in this Squiz Shortcut, we take a look at how it happened, what the federal government is doing to try to stop history from repeating, and why a lot of Aussie businesses will be stepping up their cyber game. Squiz recommends: The government's Essential Eight checklist is a must-do to keep on top of cybersecurity for all your devices. Two Blokes Talking Tech podcast

Squiz Today
Thursday, 6 October: A delicate meeting in Canberra; Brittany Higgins' harrowing evidence; A big missile contest in Korea; And the blues are a-callin' again

Squiz Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 11:41


The Squiz is your shortcut to the news. More details and links to further reading for all of today's news can be found in The Squiz Today email. Click here to get it in your inbox each weekday morning. LINKS: Squiz Shortcuts - a weekly explainer on big news topics - including the latest episode on the Optus data hack and cyber security. Squiz Kids - a news podcast for curious kids. Age-appropriate news without the nasties!

Australian politics live podcast
The ongoing headache of stage-three tax cuts and polling on privacy

Australian politics live podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 55:13


Political editor Katharine Murphy returns to the podcast and is joined by Essential Media's Peter Lewis and the Australia Institute's Ebony Bennett to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll. Together, they discuss stage-three tax cuts, demands for privacy law reforms and updates on the integrity commission

The Chaser Report
Hacks Work For Optus | Sami Shah

The Chaser Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 17:46


Sami Shah and Dom have had their details leaked in the Optus hack, so they see who else they can dox in retaliation. Plus Dom finds out about the time Sami almost spend thousands falling for a scam. You can lose the ads and get more content! Become a Chaser Report VIP member at http://apple.co/thechaser OR https://plus.acast.com/s/the-chaser-report. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Optus, "troppe domande" ancora in sospeso

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 22:46


Il furto di milioni di documenti dal sistema informatico della Optus lascia ancora in sospeso molte domande: chi coprirà i costi per rifare i documenti? Di chi è la responsabilità? Perché molte aziende trattengono nei loro server dati che in teoria non servono più?

The 443 - Security Simplified
Optus Opts Out of PII Protection

The 443 - Security Simplified

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 50:16


This week on the podcast, we cover an Optus data breach that could affect over 10 million Australian customers, and what they should do to protect themselves. We highlight a new malware-as-a-service (MaaS) information stealer that lowers the cost and technical bar for cybercriminals. Finally, we end with some good news about how the FBI was able to catch and arrest an ex-NSA insider trying to sell sensitive national security data to a supposed Russian adversary. Or watch the video version here.

Squiz Today
Tuesday, 4 October: The Aussies returning from Syria; Bruce Lehrmann's trial is set to begin; The scale of the Optus data hack is revealed; And why Bruce Willis isn't selling his face

Squiz Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 10:51


The Squiz is your shortcut to the news. More details and links to further reading for all of today's news can be found in The Squiz Today email. Click here to get it in your inbox each weekday morning. Other things we do: Squiz Shortcuts - a weekly explainer on big news topics Squiz Kids - a news podcast for curious kids. Age-appropriate news without the nasties!

Collective Noun Podcast
#31: Old-Fangled Technology

Collective Noun Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 34:02


1.    How early can you leave a cafe catch up? 2.    We've found the perfect solution for Optus's woes 3.    Zach has a highly intelligent rat in his house 4.    Half-Baked Headlines  5.    Is 29 a depressing age? 6.    Zach doesn't think Dom is qualified to work in radio 7.    Bringing Touchdowns back to Australian Idol 8.    Buffets have changed a lot post-Covid Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Risky Business
Risky Business #680 -- Uber, Rockstar Games hacker arrested

Risky Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022


On this week's show Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau discuss the week's security news, including: Lapsus$'s Teapot arrested by UK police Optus hacker issues grovelling apology after feeling AFP and ASD heat Ukraine claims Russia is planning massive attacks on its infrastructure RSOCKS bot herder begs for extradition to USA Russians scammed when seeking military service exemptions Much, much more This week's show is sponsored by Votiro. Ravi Srinivasan, Votiro's CEO, joins the show this week to talk about how people are using content disarm and reconstruction. Links to everything that we discussed are below and you can follow Patrick or Adam on Twitter if that's your thing. Show notes British teen arrested in hacking case Australian cybersecurity minister lambasts Optus for ‘unprecedented' hack - The Record by Recorded Future CISA: Iranian hackers spent 14 months in Albanian gov't network before launching ransomware - The Record by Recorded Future Iran shutters mobile networks, Instagram, WhatsApp amid protests - The Record by Recorded Future US Treasury carves out Iran sanctions exceptions for internet providers - The Record by Recorded Future Signal Is Asking People Around the World to Help Iranians Access the Encrypted App Shadowy Russian Cell Phone Companies Are Cropping Up in Ukraine | WIRED Risky Biz News: XakNet "hacktivists" linked to APT28 and Russia's GRU intelligence service Russia plans “massive cyberattacks” on critical infrastructure, Ukraine warns | Ars Technica Accused Russian RSOCKS Botmaster Arrested, Requests Extradition to U.S. – Krebs on Security Сбербанк предупредил о мошенничестве с продажей якобы "белых" военников - РИА Новости, 26.09.2022 SIM Swapper Abducted, Beaten, Held for $200k Ransom – Krebs on Security How 3 hours of inaction from Amazon cost cryptocurrency holders $235,000 | Ars Technica The record-setting DDoSes keep coming, with no end in sight | Ars Technica International conflicts driving increased strength of DDoS attacks: report - The Record by Recorded Future Tarfile path traversal bug from 2007 still present in 350k open source repos | The Daily Swig

The CyberWire
Ukraine's Defense Intelligence warns of coming Russian cyberattacks against infrastructure. Next moves for Lapsus$? Cashout scams and neglected wallets. Developments in the Optus breach.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 28:24


Ukraine's Defense Intelligence warns of coming Russian cyberattacks against infrastructure. Next moves for Lapsus$? We know it's a bear market, but take a look at your wallet, crypto speculators, at least now and then. Mr Security Answer Person john Pescatore on next year's most over-hyped term. Ben Yelin explains a thirty five million dollar data privacy settlement. And, finally, developments in the Optus breach. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/186 Selected reading. Invaders Preparing Mass Cyberattacks on Facilities of Critical Infrastructure of Ukraine and Its Allies (Defence Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine)  Ukraine Says Russia Planning 'Massive Cyberattacks' on Critical Infrastructure (SecurityWeek) Ukraine warns of Russian cyber attacks targeting critical infrastructure (Computing)  Russia plans “massive cyberattacks” on critical infrastructure, Ukraine warns (Ars Technica) Ukraine warns allies: Russia plans 'massive cyberattacks' (Register) Hackers Working With Russia to Coordinate Cyberattacks, Google Says - Tech News Briefing - WSJ Podcasts (Wall Street Journal) Viasat Hack "Did Not" Have Huge Impact on Ukrainian Military Communications, Official Says (Zero Day)  Who's next in Lapsus$' crosshairs? (Digital Shadows) Report: Sift Uncovers New Cashout Scam Targeting Forgotten Crypto Accounts (GlobeNewswire News Room) Optus hacker releases 10,000 customers' details and issues new threat (Sky News) ‘Last thing I need': Optus customer scrambles to protect himself (Australian Financial Review) An alleged hacker has offered their 'deepest apologies' to Optus. Here's the latest on the data breach (ABC) Singtel's Optus under further fire for cyber breach; purported hackers claim data deleted (The Straits Times) ‘Not feasible' to crack properly encrypted data (Australian Financial Review) Optus hack not 'sophisticated' as claims 10,000 customers have data publicly released (9News) Everything Happening in This Optus Cyberattack Shitstorm, I Promise (Vice) Australian cybersecurity minister lambasts Optus for ‘unprecedented' hack (The Record by Recorded Future) FBI Working With Australian Authorities on Optus Cyberattack (MarketScreener) 

Jase & PJ
MINI - Hacked and Swindled!

Jase & PJ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 11:42


Hot off the heels of the Optus hack, we asked were you swindled? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices