I would like to see more security and privacy tools and services covered by the show.
The Android world is mostly treating security as a problem that Google and the phone vendors deal with.
As handheld devices gradually replace regular computers for many. I feel that this area is being ignored somewhat, especially when many kids are given cheep or second hand devices with OSs as old as Android 4.
When was the last AV roundup and comparisons made between them ?
When was the last review of the vulnerability scanners ?
How about 3rd party exploit patches from the various security vendors ?
There are plenty of things users can do to add more protection to their devices, especially when they are vulnerable to exploits that will never be fixed.
When it comes to vulnerability scanners, that itself is a thorny subject as once any of them become recognised as being popular they get bought by commercial interests and turned into apps for corporate users.
The public need to know what vulnerabilities are in their devices so that if they cannot be fixed they can be avoided.
As the years go on the world has more and more old devices in circulation which are not updated. This leaves a massive chunk of the planet at risk from their devices.
This is a large demographic being ignored.
Security Now may be the defacto security show on TWiT but it never covers Android security.
That is the responsibility of AAA, and as discussed in another thread the general feeling is that privacy and security need to be talked about more at every level if we expect the next generations to care about their digital safety.
Privacy and security are normal and need to be common topics, so common that when someone expresses their ignorance it is seen as unusual.