Episode 284 – What happens when we DRM power tools?

Josh and Kurt talk about a Home Depot plan to put DRM on power tools. Anyone can add a computer to anything for a few dollars now. How secure is any of this. What does it mean when the things we buy start to acquire DRM? There are a lot of new questions we don’tContinue reading “Episode 284 – What happens when we DRM power tools?”

Episode 225 – Who is responsible if IoT burns down your house?

Josh and Kurt talk about the safety and liability of new devices. What happens when your doorbell can burn down your house? What if it’s your fault the doorbell burned down your house? There isn’t really any prior art for where our devices are taking us, who knows what the future will look like. ShowContinue reading “Episode 225 – Who is responsible if IoT burns down your house?”

Episode 220 – Securing network time and IoT

Josh and Kurt talk about Network Time Security (NTS) how it works and what it means for the world (probably not very much). We also talk about Singapore’s Cybersecurity Labelling Scheme (CLS). It probably won’t do a lot in the short term, but we hope it’s a beacon of hope for the future. Show NotesContinue reading “Episode 220 – Securing network time and IoT”