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48 minutes | Jan 25, 2019
DHS's DNS Problem
The shutdown continues to cause problems for the federal government's cybersecurity operations. In our interview, we talk with Yonathan Klijnsma about Magecart. If there is a guy to talk to about Magecart, he's the guy. Obviously the reason we talked to him. Nothing gets by us.
49 minutes | Jan 18, 2019
Behold! An ICS security bonanza!
The S4 Conference was full of news. Buildings, cranes, Fortnite, they are all hackable! Believe it! In our interview: we talk to Nate Lesser, CEO and co-founder of Cypient Black. Our random question is SUPER random this week. Enjoy!
63 minutes | Jan 11, 2019
Hacky New Year
Man, the cybersecurity world did not stop over our break. Shutdown news, Dark Overlord, Magecart, political hacks....they all happened over the past few weeks. Let's talk about it all. After we are done with that, we talk to Ellison Anne Williams, founder of Enveil. She talks about the cool things she is doing with encryption, and what exactly the data triad is.
45 minutes | Dec 21, 2018
....And China indictments close the year
Last podcast of 2018 sounds alot like the previous podcast: China charges, lots of breaches, and social media mishaps galore. We have our nerdiest interview of the year as well, where we talk to Chad Seaman from Akamai about some router vulnerability research he recently published. We also talk about Hootie and the Blowfish. Find another podcast that can talk about both, we'll wait.
40 minutes | Dec 14, 2018
Persistent Pegasus Breaches?
Check. China? Check. Equifax? Check. All of it combined? This podcast. Also on this podcast, Lookout Chief Security Officer Mike Murray talks to us about Pegasus coming back into the public sphere.
40 minutes | Dec 14, 2018
Breaches? Check. China? Check. Equifax? Check. All of it combined? This podcast. Also on this podcast, Lookout Chief Security Officer Mike Murray talks to us about Pegasus coming back into the public sphere.
43 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
Wait, there was a hack during the 2018 election?
It's the Republicans turn to be hacked. Kubernetes had a bad week. So did Quora. It happens. We talk to Rami Essaid from Distil Networks on his battle with bots in our feature interview.
61 minutes | Nov 30, 2018
WELCOME TO BREACH WEEK
If you have recently gotten a cup of coffee from a Dunkin' Donuts inside a Marriott hotel, or are listening to this podcast on a pair of Sennheiser headphones, you're not gonna like this podcast. If you are into risk management, however, you'll wanna listen to our interview with CyberGRX CEO Fred Kneip. Just maybe do it at a Starbucks?
46 minutes | Nov 16, 2018
Deals, Deals, Deals
There was a ton of business news this week - including the huge Cylance/Blackberry deal that went down while we were taping. In our interview, we talk with Attivo Networks CTO Tony Cole about deception tech and whether top-flight cybersecurity nation-states will ever agree on norms.
49 minutes | Nov 9, 2018
All quiet on the election front
Everything ended up being quiet when it came to election security. But there were still plenty of other breaches and security advisories to talk about. In our interview, we talk to Digital Shadows CEO Alastair Paterson about Facebook, digital risk and whether he sees a sea change coming for the way people think about their privacy online.
45 minutes | Nov 2, 2018
Brazen behavior everywhere
Be it China, North Korea or the U.S., the hackers have been brazen this week (or really just outright dumb). We talk to Todd Weller of Bandura Systems about next-gen firewalls, how attackers are also learning to leverage AI and machine learning, and the changing cyber conversation in the C-suite. GO VOTE ON TUESDAY.
62 minutes | Oct 26, 2018
A Double Dose
We're back after a week hiatus to catch you up on all of the latest: Bloomberg, APTs, new Cyber Command actions and more. In our interview, we talk with Gula Tech CEO and Founder Ron Gula on what he is seeing in the marketplace and how he uses his time at the NSA to judge new tech.
56 minutes | Oct 12, 2018
How to look for hardware hacks
Greg and Jen continue to discuss the big Bloomberg story that's causing so much grief. In our interview, we talk to PFP founder Stephen Chen on how helps companies uncover hacks like the plausible one discussed in the Bloomberg story. Don't forget: DC Cyber Week is next week!
59 minutes | Oct 5, 2018
Breaking Down the Bloomberg Blockbuster
Greg and Jen talk about that China chip, back door, apple-amazon bombshell of a story for a while. Oh, sure, there was other news this week, and we did an interview (Grant Elliot from Ostendio) , but we all know what you want to hear about.
48 minutes | Sep 27, 2018
ZIP Disks! In 2018!
Greg and Jen recap a busy week of news -- including a conversation around election machines and ZIP Disks, along with a passionate discussion on a former NSA employee being sentenced. In the interview, we talk to DarkCubed founder Vince Crisler on how he's working to protect small and medium-sized businesses.
53 minutes | Sep 21, 2018
Officially on offense
The White House unveils a cybersecurity strategy, a new anti-trust suit could determine the future of third-party testing, and Magecart continues to cause big problems. In our interview, we speak with Forescout CEO Mike DeCesare on how enterprises are getting people on the IT and OT sides to play nice.
39 minutes | Sep 13, 2018
The Uncertainty Principle
Is the White House's new EO too vague? Will Russian hackers stop traveling to Europe? Can you really trust the Mac App Store? Can you stick around for an interview with Quantum Exchange CEO John Prisco where we talk about traveling to the moon? Link we talk about at the end: https://birthmoviesdeath.com/2013/08/22/breaking-bad-who-is-the-real-heisenberg
43 minutes | Sep 7, 2018
One charged hacker, many continuing questions
Greg and Jen get into what, if anything, we can take away from the government charging a lone hacker with all of the North Korean regime's computing crimes. They also go in on whether Facebook or Twitter will change their thinking after their hearings on Capitol Hill. For the interview, Virgil Security's Dmitry Dain gets deep into all the crypto stuff he is working on. Yes, for this interview, crypto means cryptography.
34 minutes | Aug 31, 2018
Voting vendors vs. Voting village
Greg & Jen talk about Greg's conversation with ES&S's security lead, and boy, they don't dig the DEF CON voting village. In our interview, we talk with fraud fighter and NS8 founder Adam Rogas on how his company is protecting small and medium online retail businesses.
42 minutes | Aug 24, 2018
Phishing is the hot topic this week, even though the biggest story was one where phishing didn't even occur. We talk to Cofense's Aaron Higbee about phishing, which then veers into a wild conversation about hippos. We're sorry if Aaron offends our pro-hippo listeners.
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