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Cyber Security Effectiveness Podcast
1 minutes | Mar 30, 2022
The Defender's Advantage Podcast
If you are here looking for Cyber Security Effectiveness, we invite you to visit the feed of Mandiant’s new podcast, The Defender’s Advantage Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1762840 The new show launches this week with the same great content you've come to expect from us and even more. Host Luke McNamara anchors our Threat Trends series, chatting with Mandiant intel analysts, consultants, and researchers, as well as external practitioners and leaders in cyber security, all through a threat-focused lens. And Mandiant's Kerry Matre joins to host monthly conversations with Mandiant customers and industry experts who will share their experiences and stories from the frontline of cyber security as part of our new Frontline Stories series. Stay tuned for our inaugural Threat Trends episode later this week.
17 minutes | Dec 7, 2021
Overwhelming Abundance of Alerts
Mandiant Regional Account Executive Maggie Wilder sums up customers’ viewpoints best – they are being expected to do more with less. While there has never been more awareness around cyber security, the rate of acceleration for threats has been astounding and many are feeling lost. What is an organization to do?
27 minutes | Nov 9, 2021
24/7 SOC Life
The Behavior Research Team is a group unique to the work on which Mandiant Security Validation prides itself: assuring customers that they are protected. Drew Holland, Manager of Threat Research at Mandiant, joins the conversation to talk about landscape trends, his career in threat research, and why he loves what he does.
12 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Augmentations for Tools and People
Brian talks with Mandiant Advantage’s Janice Kennedy, Director of Channel Management for the Western region, to get her perspective from the partner side of security. They delve into the types of response they are seeing from the channel and how these partners are building upon their skillsets and tools.
26 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
Secure and SaaSsy
Mandiant Regional Account Executive Toks Jowosimi is one of the few who have witnessed the maturation and evolution of Mandiant Security Validation from the beginning, and has her own unique perspective to share on its transformation. She and Brian talk reactivity vs. proactivity, today’s common use cases for security validation, and customer priorities.
23 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
Finding a Big Bucket of Money
One of the most common security questions that organizations ask is how to better their security posture without exceeding their tight budget -- not an easy task. Brian and Mandiant Sr. Director of Customer Engineering Morris Hicks dig into Mandiant Security Validation’s ability to help organizations optimize their existing investments and cut out unnecessary overlap.
29 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
The Era of Collaboration
The world of incident response has slowly been moving further from the “ninja-like” appraoch it's been known for. Purple team extraordinaire Evan Peña revisits the podcast to talk about changes to incident response, purple teaming, and the recent shift toward collaboration with other teams to eliminate today’s largest threats.
41 minutes | Aug 23, 2021
The Days of Security Gone By
In our 100th episode, Brian brings on longtime friend and colleague Colby DeRodeff to talk about past projects, the surge of threat intelligence, and Mandiant Security Validation’s rapid expansion within the market.
24 minutes | Aug 9, 2021
A Very Special Episode: #99
To commemorate the 99th episode, Brian brings on his two co-producers -- Daniel Craig and Katie Billigmeier -- to reminisce about the podcast's beginnings, how it's grown in the past three years, and each of their favorite episodes.
35 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
Devon Goforth has been with Mandiant Security Validation (formerly Verodin) since its early startup days in 2015, and had infused his background of electrical engineering, physics, and math with an interest in cyber security. He shares not only how the company and solutions have changed, but also current influences on the threat ecosystem, risks, and hacker trends.
21 minutes | Jun 28, 2021
Who You Gonna Call (In the Event of a Breach)?
Board members are not only crucial for helping lead a company in the right direction, but nowadays they also offer crucial cyber security guidance. And those with a legal background, like FireEye’s Alexa King, provide an even more valuable perspective in the event of a breach and help organizations mitigate risks as an organization evolves.
43 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
Security is Aspirational
Having been a board member for technology and cyber security companies since the 90s, Matt Bigge has fine-tuned the art of being an effective board member. He and Brian discuss the evolution of a board member’s role as a company changes, adapting interactions with leadership, and some words of wisdom.
43 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Carrots Lead to the Right Outcomes
Our focus on board members continues as Kara Nortman, Managing Partner at Upfront Ventures and a board member with several technology and cyber security companies, talks about her key responsibilities as a cloud-native specialist, the importance of nurturing positive relationships, and the growing trend of third-party solutions.
32 minutes | May 25, 2021
The New Old Risk
The unknown factor of cyber security risk are keeping more CEOs up at night than ever before, and many of them view it as priority number one in areas of the business to address. Jay Leek brings his perspective as former Blackstone CISO, ClearSky Security co-founder, and board member for a number of cyber security companies, where he communicates today’s risk.
35 minutes | May 18, 2021
Recognizing Board Superpowers
As someone who has worked as a FireEye executive and been on a board member for several publicly traded companies, Julie Cullivan has been able to closely witness the dichotomy between the two. She chats with Brian about how board members can influence real cyber security development. To see the video version of this episode on YouTube, click here.
33 minutes | May 11, 2021
Security at the Board Level
Former RSA President & CEO Art Coviello revisits the podcast to share his wisdom for CISOs and aspiring board members, and breaks down board interactions in the private and public space.
38 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
Automation, Automation, Automation
Working as a security leader at Kyriba, an international FinTech company, Eric Adams attributes a lot of success to automation – the key to developing and growing a business. He describes this and many more ways to optimize your assets, no matter how big or small.
53 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
Security Learning By Security Doing
When it comes down to cyber security in the Federal space, US Army Reserve Colonel Jerry Chappee likens it to working on a car: your first priority should be perfecting the basics. He talks with Brian about the evolution of cyber operations, building a leadership team, and addressing vulnerabilities.
42 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
The Nature of Conflict
Former NSA Chief Cryptologic Technician, Retired US Navy Chief, and author Chase Cunningham is so fascinated by cyber conflict that it inspired him to create a comic book series. He and Bryan talk about the nation state interaction in cyberspace, APTs, deepfakes, and more.
52 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
When in Doubt, Hire a Marine
Nick Andersen’s perspective and strategy skills have evolved from his time in the Marine Corps and federal government. Now CISO of Public Sector at Lumen Technologies, he reflects on his experience overseeing cyber security for energy and emergency response, statewide threat intelligence, his day-to-day duties, and more.
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