Gerry and Steve discuss an ongoing case of an insurance provider withholding a claim payment because NotPetya may have been an act of war. They discuss the privacy implications of Apple holding application developers accountability for notifying users of screen capping user sessions. Finally the guys get technical, discussing a Docker (and really most container technology) vulnerability that could be a major issue if not patched.

As always they end with One Cool Thing.

Show Notes


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Buying cyber insurance well

Apple demands companies obtain consent before recording user app sessions

Docker doomsday security hole discovered 


One Cool Things

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