CVE-2019-0708 RDP vulnerability and GDPR’s anniversary

Digital Shadows

Jamie Collier and Phil Doherty join HVR on this week’s ShadowTalk, discussing the RDP vulnerability that has everyone sweating, CVE-2019-0708. Patch those systems, because there’s a few different proof of concept exploits circulating around online. Then, the guys discuss a new MuddyWater obfuscation technique, updates to the Trickbot banking trojan, and there’s some sad MongoDB owners out there following a wipe of over 12,000 databases by an extortionist. Then, happy anniversary, GDPR! Digital Shadows’ Chief Innovation Officer James Chappell sits down with James Boyle of Taylor Vinters, a law firm who focuses on supporting technology rich businesses and the entrepreneurs who make great things happen, for an extended discussion of the current state of GDPR one year on and all things data privacy related.

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