IT security is no longer just the business of technicians and experts. Employees are also encouraged to discover necessary digital hygiene. Here are episodes of the ZDNet editorial staff podcast on these themes, to listen to without moderation.

Metaverse: don’t worry, the police are already there

A police operation in the metaverse? Operation 404, that’s its name, has shut down 324 sites hosted in Brazil, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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Online voting, the eternal debate

The elections are over, and the observation is still the same: the abstention rate is at its highest. To combat this trend, some have a ready-made solution: introduce the possibility of online voting.

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The attribution of cyberattacks, a delicate art

Tracing the perpetrators of a computer attack is complicated, but not impossible. By investigating the characteristics of the attack, it is possible to collect certain clues. For example, the use of IP addresses, domain names or even certain metadata left by cybercriminals gives interesting leads. And these clues sometimes make it possible, through investigation and patience, to find the groups or people behind the attack. But it’s not an exact science.

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When the bug bounty goes wrong

The bug bounty allows companies to fix vulnerabilities discovered by independent security researchers, and to pay them for their work. But sometimes, some leaders go completely off the rails.

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Tarun Kumar has worked in the News sector for 05 years and is currently the Owner and Editor of Then24. He reside in Delhi, India with his Family.

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