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31 minutes | 4 days ago
Episode 33: Researching Cloud Vulnerabilities
Attendees Guest: Asaf Hecht Guest Title: Security research team leader Company: CyberArk Abstract With the growth of cloud services, more knowledge is gathered on vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in cloud infrastructure. A great deal of this knowledge is coming from cloud security researchers. In this episode, we host Asaf Hecht, Security research team leader At Cyberark, for a conversation about cloud security research and the vulnerabilities they disclose are various cloud vendors.
41 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 27: Protecting Your Cloud Data With Legal Controls
Attendees Guest: Dalit Ben Israel Guest title: Partner, head of IT & Data protection practice Company: Naschitz Brandes Amir In the cloud era, the information security officer's new best friends are the lawyers in the legal department. Legal matters such as cross border data transfers, contractual controls and privacy laws becoming critical in cloud migrations. In this episode we talk with Dalit Ben Israel, Partner at NBlaw, about the legal challenges of cloud computing: cross border transfers, the rise of privacy laws and proper contract management and monitoring. Timing: 0:00 - Opening 2:03 - Introduction of our guest 4:95 - Considerations of data center location and the effect of the Schrems2 judgement invalidating the Privacy shield 12:50 - The roles and responsibilities of cloud providers and customers 15:27 - Choosing cloud providers - why do we need lawyers in the process and the obligation to enter into DPAs 20:00 - Specific challenges with SaaS and agreements with subprocessors 22:12 – Negotiating cloud contracts - what are the challenges? minimizing risks. 30:32 - Dispute resolution and venue of jurisdiction 33:24 - Ongoing contract monitoring 36:10 - Summary Connect with Dalit here: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.nblaw.com
49 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 26: Current Challenges With Cloud
This is a special episode where both of us (Moshe & Ariel – no guests this time) discuss the future of cloud computing and challenges that should be solved. We take a detailed look at shortage in manpower and knowledge, privacy laws and their influence on innovation and technology challenges such as multi tenancy, APi’s, encryption, continuous monitoring and more. Agenda Opening words - 5 min introducing the podcast - Moshe / Ariel Introducing our guest - Ariel Introducing myself - Moshe Introducing the topic and context of the podcast - Moshe Security challenges People Shortage in manpower: There are missing jobs for cyber professional and especially application security Shortage in knowledge: security professional lag behind learning new technologies Process Malicious insider - one of the biggest challenges for cloud providers Shared responsibility model collapsing Privacy laws are creating islands of data - Privacy laws are limiting the transfer of data Jurisdiction, Court orders and government access to data - as cloud provider host more data - they are a target for more & more government interest Technology API security best practices - there will be more & more API’s, we did not master how to protect them Encryption and key management - the holy grail for holding your own encryption keys is fading Multi tenancy - we don't have clear practices on building multi tenant applications Identity based access controls - network access controls are useless in cloud computing, but our ability to create granular access controls based on identity is not mature yet Multi tenancy Continuous monitoring Automation and devops - Security automation is still maturing. We still don't know how to integrate developers and operation without breaking best practices Using the wrong tools Closure (5 min) Moshe - Summersing Ariel - closing
35 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 25: From Excessive Permissions To Least Privileges - Automating Your IAM Roles
Attendees Guest: Shira Shamban Guest title: CEO & Co-Founder Company: Solvo Abstract In modern cloud environments, Identity and Access Management controls are crucial controls. Many of the access decisions are now made not based on networking structure but rather on roles and permissions. In this episode we talk (again) with Shira Shamban, founder at Solvo about cloud IAM challenges - why is it so hard to get IAM right and how Solvo is planning to revolutionize the IAM management process. Timing: 0:00 Introducing our guest 3:00 Introducing cloud identity challenges 6:20 Why role management is not enough 11:40 Why we fail to create least-privilege-roles 15:10 How to manage IAM securly - the people angle 18:13 How to manage IAM securly - the process angle 21:08 How to manage IAM securly - the technology angle 31:08 Summary and last words
37 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 24: Putting The Sec Into DevOps
Attendees Guest: Dima Revelis Guest title: Senior Devops engineer Company: MoonActive Abstract DevsecOps is accelerating fast as the new buzzword for modern information security practices. In this episode we use the expertise of Dima Revelis in order to dive deep into understanding DevOps practices, what is CI/ CD pipeline and which security tools are relevant for all of those new practices. Timing: 0:00 - Introducing our guest 2:50 - What is devops 7:50 - What is deployment pipeline 14:20 - What is CI and which security testing can be implemented 17:20 - What is CD and which security consideration 18:40 - Dive deeper into security testing - QA, code review, static & dynamic analysis 20:45 - So much automation, do we still need manual testing? 22:30 - Additional security aspects: using Jenkins, authentication and authorization, secret management 26:40 - Availability considerations and disaster recovery 33:30 - Summary and final words
48 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 23: Understanding Microsoft Cloud Security Pillars
Attendees Guest: Yoad Dvir Guest title: Security Lead, Central and Eastern Europe Company: Microsoft Abstract Microsoft security portfolio has been growing and diversifying in the last couple of years, adding more capabilities at various areas of information security. In order to better understand Microsoft strategy and offering, we talked with Yoad Dvir, Cyber Security Lead at Microsoft, about the Microsoft new security pillars: Monitoring, Threat Protection and Information Protection. Timing: 0:00 - Introducing our guest 5:45 - Introducing Microsoft security strategy 12:50 - Security monitoring pillars - Azure monitor, Sentinel, Azure analytics and more 21:10 - Microsoft Threat Protection family - Cloudapp, O365 ATP, Defender ATP, Azure ATP 30:50 - diving deeper into Cloudapp 35:30 - Microsoft Information Protection 44:00 - summary and last words
33 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 22: How To Do Add Open Source Code To Your Applications, Securely
Attendees Guest: Liran Tal Guest title: Developer Advocate Company: Synk Abstract Open source software takes a big part in our daily lives, and also in our development environments. Many applications developers rely on open source libraries & tools and integrating it into their code. This is a great improvement for developers allowing them to innovate quickly and efficiently. But all this good comes with a big responsibility - open source software should be carefully examined in order to make sure its reliability. In this episode we talk with Liran Tal from Synk about the growing importance of adding security evaluation of open source software in the development cycle. Timing: 0:00 introducing our guest 5:50 what is the challenge of open-source security 10:05 - open source security - the people angel 16:00 - open source security - the process angel 24:55 - open source security - the technology angel 29:42 summary and last words
27 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 21: Building The Next Generation Of Cloud Services
Attendees Guest: Eran Feigenbaum Guest title: CSO, Oracle Cloud Abstract The first generation of cloud services began about 15 years ago and stretched until now, but it came with many built-in challenges due to lack of maturity and the fact that security was added on top and not present from the start. In this episode we talk with Eran Feigenbaum, CISO of Oracle cloud about the next generation of cloud services - how can we build cloud that is more secure,, immuned to miss-configuration and other pitfalls that are relevant to today's cloud services. Timing: 0:00 introducing our guest 5:40 Generation one of cloud infrastructure 8:40 so what is second generation of cloud infrastructure 10:30 how Oracle is planning to change the cloud market 11:40 how second generation cloud services can help with common mistakes such as misconfiguration 13:35 what cloud provider should do in order to increase security 16:05 how cloud providers can be proactive with their customers 19:00 handling miss-configuration such as open buckets and lost API’s keys 23:40 summary and last words
53 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 20: The Dark Side Of Privacy
Attendees Guest: Menny Barzilay Guest title: Partner @ Herzog Strategic, CTO, ICRC, Tel Aviv University Abstract For our 20’ish episode we spoke with a very special guest, the one and only - Menny Barzilay. Menny is one of the most interesting speakers in the cyber landscape, he is an expert in simplifying complex concepts, integrating interesting stories and great examples into stimulating review of technology challenges we are facing as a community. In this episode we talk with Menny about Privacy - why it is so hard to define what exactly is privacy in the modern age, what people miss about the concepts of privacy and how this affects our everyday lives. This talk will make you laugh, will make you sad and definitely will make you think. We hope you will enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it. Comment: since this is more of a lecture and not a regular podcast, we didn't add our regular podcast timing. Enjoy! Timing: 0:00 introducing our guest 5:25 Privacy
40 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 19: Understanding Cloud Attack Vectors
Attendees Guest: Or Kamara Guest Title: Senior team lead Company: Synk Abstract Cloud computing can bring interesting and new attack vectors. In this episode, we talk with Or Kamara, Senior team lead at Synk, about the Capital-one hacking and what can be learned from the event in order to better protect our networks. We will analyze the attack step by step and add mitigating controls that can help in preventing the next attack. Timing: 0:35 Introducing our guest 4:10 introducing the story the capital one hack 5:45 The phases of the Capital One hack 7:50 The first misconfiguration - servers exposed to the internet unintentionally 11:05 the SSRF vulnerability and understanding meta-data service 19:38 Using API keys for browsing S3 and how to mitigate it 26:00 things that Capital One did right and additional insights 28:00 how should developers and IT 30:50 shifting from traditional security to new cloud security mindset 36:00 summary and final words
38 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 18: Testing Cloud Application
Attendees Guest: Bar Hofesh Guest Title: Co-Founder Company: Neurolegion Abstract Application security is among the hardest things to get right. In this episode we are talking with Bar Hofesh from Neurolegion about the world of automated security testing - what are the challenges, what are the different stages of integration and delivery and how to perform each stage correctly. Timing: 0:50 - introducing our guest 2:58 - the need to automate security testing - the challenge of developing faster 7:15 - so what is testing automation - describing the process - the code integration stage 13:50 - security testing the packing and delivery stage 18:50 - testing live application stage 20:20 - appsec finding strategy - what do when found an alert 22:20 - Static analysis vs. dynamic analysis 24:58 - emerging technologies - RASP, IAST 30:50 - Is there still room for manual penetration testing? 34:05 - summary and last words
37 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 17: How to do penetration testing in cloud application
Attendees Guest: Oz Avenstein Guest Title: Founder Company: Avensec Abstract Penetration tests are one of the strongest controls that we use. It is testing the overall resilience of our application and allows us to be more confident in our workloads. But in the cloud era, cloud applications pen testing needs to be coordinated with the providers. In this episode we talk with Oz Avenstein, an application security expert, about the challenges of cloud penetration testing and how to do it correctly. Timing: 0.50 introducing our guest 3.40 How is cloud penetration tests different from regular pen tests? 5.01 elaborating about IaaS/PaaS particular pen test policies 8.45 pen testing SaaS applications 11.05 relaying on 3rd party pen testing 12.02 cloud pen test considerations and phases 17.35 the actual pen testing 21.20 the reporting phase 23.40 incorporating pen test into applications development cycle 34:00 Summary and last words
33 minutes | 7 months ago
022 How to add open source code to your applications, securely
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27 minutes | 8 months ago
021 Building the next generation of cloud services
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53 minutes | 9 months ago
020 The dark side of Privacy
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40 minutes | 9 months ago
019 Understanding Cloud Attack Vectors
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38 minutes | 10 months ago
018 Testing Cloud Application
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37 minutes | a year ago
017 How to do penetration testing in cloud application
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56 minutes | a year ago
016 Merging cloud based startup into financial giants
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