Weekly Update 339

Why can't I audio right? It's my 339th video and I still make mistakes 🙂 But it came good and we got a decent show out of it with lots of interesting engagement even though doing this a lot later in the day than usual. I found the discussion around IoT door locks especially interesting as it's a real nexus of security, usability and a bit of critical thinking about real world risks. That term "security absolutism" that came up in the comments is gold, I hope you enjoy watching this episode.

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  1. Yale IoT door locks seem to be the least bad ones you can buy! (you can have that slogan for free guys 🙂)
  2. The HDB Financial Services breach went into HIBP (after their parent company denied the breach...)
  3. Canada's Shopper+ also went into HIBP (another 878k records dating back to 2020)
  4. Latitude Financial announced a breach this week (another major one down under as Australia continues representing in data breach land)
  5. At long last, Eye4Fraud has acknowledged their breach... (via one the most half-arsed disclosure statements I've ever seen)
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Hi, I'm Troy Hunt, I write this blog, create courses for Pluralsight and am a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP who travels the world speaking at events and training technology professionals