Sophos experts get to grips with news, opinion, advice and research in these easily-digested, professionally-presented and informative podcasts.
- Enjoy our weekly Chet Chat, where our resident experts take 15 minutes to give you "the news you can use," talking you through the latest issues in a way you can learn from them.
- Learn more about specific topics in our Techknow series, where our experts explore, explain and hopefully help you to understand all sorts of security issues, from SSL to two-factor authentication.
You'll be entertained, and for that matter amused, but all our podcasts are serious at heart - we aim to help you improve your own security posture without taking up hours of your time.
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Chet Chat 144 - April 23, 2014
Computer security experts Chester Wisnieski and Paul Ducklin of Sophos turn their attention on the week's news.
Mixing wit, insight and advice, the duo look at: the risk from iOS malware, the state of play in fingerprint security, whether to trust mobile apps, why it's a bad idea to hack the taxman, and what to do if Brian Krebs calls to warn you've been pwned.
Chet Chat 143 - Apr 16, 2014
From the latest Heartbleed revelations to various successes by law enforcement, Sophos experts Chester Wisniewski and Paul Ducklin take you through the big computer security stories of the week.
Be entertained as you learn from the news, all in our regular quarter-hour podcast format.
Chet Chat 142 - Apr 10, 2014
Sophos experts Chester Wisniewski and Paul Ducklin help you to understand - and explain what you can do about - the big ticket security news items of the past week.
The epic "Heartbleed" bug in OpenSSL, the last patches ever for XP and Office 2003, and Apple's attitude to updates and support all come under the microscope.