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Jan 29, 2022

This week, in the Enterprise Security News, Hunters raises a series C to continue building XDR, Anitian raises a $55M Series B, Four new startups emerge from stealth with seed funding, BugAlert is a new tool for notifying the public of new vulnerabilities, Turns out, Crypto.com WAS hacked, but it wasn’t Matt Damon’s fault, Who is at fault if a hacked car kills someone?, Merck wins - it was NOT an act of war, according to one court...Pearson is fined $1M for misleading investors about their 2018 data breach, Secrets of Successful Security Programs, & Why employees don’t care about your security policies!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw258

Jan 28, 2022

Ubiquiti has become a crown favorite for WiFi (and many other solutions). Learn how to do some basic security, update the software, change passwords and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw725

Jan 28, 2022

If 2021 taught us anything, it’s that our supply chain–especially our technical supply chain–hangs in the balance of a very fragile system. In this interview, ExtraHop's Jamie Moles examines the impact of the Log4Shell zero day and how enterprises can be assured that they're in the clear with the help of a live demo of the vulnerability in a lab environment.

 

This segment is sponsored by ExtraHop Networks. Visit https://securityweekly.com/extrahop to learn more about them!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw258

Jan 28, 2022

Enterprises today has an ever expanding attack surface. Jimmy Sanders, Head of Security for DVD.com, joins to discuss how Organizations are constantly trying to stay ahead of the latest known and unknown risks!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw725

Jan 26, 2022

In the leadership and communications section, Mastering Art and Science Is Imperative for CISOs to Be Successful, Seven Ways to Ensure Successful Cross-Team Security Initiatives, 2 Key Cybersecurity Lawmakers Will Not Seek Reelection, and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw247

Jan 25, 2022

Enabling the business requires a nuanced view of verticalization and what it means to an enterprise. Why is this important as CISO’s think about how to apply cyber to enterprise resiliency? Mark Fernandes, Global Chief Technology Officer, Security, Risk, and Governance Solutions from MicroFocus, joins us to provide an overview of their Galaxy platform that aligns threats to prioritized risk activities. If you want learn more or sign-up and try Galaxy for free, please visit https://securityweekly.com/galaxy.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw247

Jan 25, 2022

In the AppSec News, Safari fixes a privacy leak in IndexedDB, integer arithmetic flaw leads to Linux kernel bug, a look back on Zoom security, SSRF from an URL allow list bypass, a security engineering course and lectures, 25 years of HTTP/1.1

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw181

Jan 24, 2022

It is hard, if not impossible, to secure something you don’t know exists. While security professionals spend countless hours on complex yet interesting issues that *may* be exploitable in the future, basic attacks are occurring every day against flaws in code that receives little review. For example, a “dated trend” by effective yet lazy hackers is to search for APIs unknown by security teams, coined “Shadow APIs”, then connect to these APIs and extract data. SQL Injection used to be the hack of choice, as a few simple SQL commands would either mean pay dirt or “move on to the next target”. Now the same can be said for Shadow API: Find, Connect, Extract. Himanshu will discuss one of many methods that are used in the wild to target Shadow APIs and export large volumes of data with a few clicks of a button or a few lines of code in Python.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw181

Jan 22, 2022

In the Enterprise Security News: 1Password plans to do some shopping with their massive Series C, Devo announces a $250M round, Permiso Security and Tromzo emerge backed by both traditional VCs and industry execs, STG spins out McAfee’s MVISION XDR product as Trellix - the first of many spinouts, they say, Microsoft reminds us that, in addition to being the industry’s largest security vendor, they can also drop $70B on video games if they feel like it, More reminders that open source is essential, but orgs with massive budgets will still treat it as worthless and disposable, Real-world stories of CI/CD pipeline compromises, Is Uber’s former CSO going to jail?, and Tom Brady NFTs!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw257

Jan 22, 2022

In the Security News: Malware targets Ukraine, I wonder where that's coming from?, evil Google Docs comments, Russia grabs REvil, funding a dictatorship, Zoom zero clicks, When 9-year old's launch DDoS attacks, 5G interference, and when your Mom steals your brownies!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw724

Jan 22, 2022

An open discussion of challenges facing software and system architects in small and medium sized businesses.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw257

Jan 21, 2022

wpscan is a free tool for scanning WordPress, and let's face it, there are many vulnerabilities to be found in Wordpress! This segment will walk you through installing, configuring and using wpscan.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw724

Jan 21, 2022

Modern tech stacks are becoming increasingly complex puzzles of components built in-house and sourced from third-party vendors. With DNS at the center of the infrastructure, and staging and production being sometimes just minutes apart, scanning for CVEs is not enough to stay on top of web threats. There are lots of critical things traditional app scanners won’t catch, like dangling DNS records, subdomain takeover and open S3 buckets. To keep their growing attack surface secure, companies need to combine crowdsourced vulnerability detection with solutions that detect outliers and anomalies in their software - before these become an attack vector. In this episode we’ll discuss:

- Why hunting for vulnerabilities is no longer enough to stay on top of threats

- Vulnerability Management vs Attack Surface Management

- How security teams can adapt their vulnerability management process to modern dev cycles.

 

Segment Resources:

More insights on how to secure your external attack surface: https://detectify.com/resources

Free trial of Detectify's attack surface management solutions: https://detectify.com/product/surface-monitoring

https://detectify.com/product/application-scanning

 

This segment is sponsored by Detectify. Visit https://securityweekly.com/detectify to learn more about them!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw257

Jan 21, 2022

What can we do to raise awareness on issues of mental health for cybersecurity professionals? Neal walks us through some of the issues and ways to deal with them. Neil has also put together training and awareness materials around the subject.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw724

Jan 19, 2022

Scams and security flaws in (so-called) web3 and when decentralization looks centralized, SSRF from a URL parsing problem, vuln in AWS Glue, 10 vulns used for CI/CD compromises

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw180

Jan 18, 2022

This isn't a story about NPM even though it's inspired by NPM. Twice. The maintainer of the "colors" NPM library intentionally changed the library's behavior from its expected functionality to printing garbage messages. The library was exhibiting the type of malicious activity that typically comes from a compromised package. Only this time users of the library, which easily number in the thousands, discovered this was sabotage by the package maintainer himself. This opens up a broader discussion on supply chain security than just provenance. How do we ensure open source tools receive the investments they need -- security or otherwise? For that matter, how do we ensure internal tools receive the investments they need? Log4j was just one recent example of seeing old code appear in surprising places.

 

Segment resources

- https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/dev-corrupts-npm-libs-colors-and-faker-breaking-thousands-of-apps/

- https://www.zdnet.com/article/when-open-source-developers-go-bad/

- https://www.zdnet.com/article/log4j-after-white-house-meeting-google-calls-for-list-of-critical-open-source-projects/

- https://www.theregister.com/2022/01/17/open_source_closed_wallets_big/

- https://blog.google/technology/safety-security/making-open-source-software-safer-and-more-secure/

- https://docs.linuxfoundation.org/lfx/security/onboarding-your-project

- https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2016/03/rage-quit-coder-unpublished-17-lines-of-javascript-and-broke-the-internet/

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw180

Jan 16, 2022

In the leadership and communications segment, Arming CISOs With the Skills to Combat Disinformation, Is the 'Great Resignation' Impacting Cybersecurity?, Ask These 5 Questions to Decide Your Next Career Move, and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw246

Jan 15, 2022

In the Enterprise Security News for this week: Pentera announces a $150m Series C - YAU (Yet Another Unicorn), Herjavec Group merges with Fishtech, Google acquires SOAR vendor SIEMplify, A European grocery store buys BAS vendor XM Cyber, Flashpoint acquires vuln intel vendor Risk Based Security, Recorded Future acquires SecurityTrails, Drama in the Israeli cybersecurity news, Security, Analyst is the #1 best job of 2022, Microsoft to start rolling out its own hardware security chip, & Some annoying words get banned!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw256

Jan 15, 2022

The Security Weekly 25 index has finally cooled off, closing at 2226.93 on January 13th, 2022, which is an increase of 122.69% (down from last Q) since inception. The NASDAQ Index closed at 14,806.81 on January 13th, 2022, which is an increase of 123.15% (down from last Q) during the same period. It hit another all-time high of 16,057.44 during the quarter.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw246

Jan 15, 2022

Dragos is the Organizer of CanSecWest, PACSEC, originator of PWN2OWN, and does security auditing, and virtual engagement/training.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw723

Jan 15, 2022

2021 was the most active year in federal cybersecurity policy. Ever. The Biden administration used executive orders, new regulations, public/private partnerships and novel law enforcement strategies to shore up federal systems and engage with industry. Meanwhile, an otherwise active year in Congress took a hit when several major pieces of legislation like incident reporting mandates and federal cybersecurity reform were left of the NDAA. SC Media government reporter Derek B. Johnson will discuss what came out last year's flurry and what we can expect Congress to prioritize in 2022.

Segment Resources: https://www.scmagazine.com/feature/policy/every-month-has-been-cybersecurity-awareness-month-for-the-biden-administration

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw256

Jan 14, 2022

This week in the Security News: Attacking RDP (from the inside), NetUSB exposed, the old mailing USB drives trick, a persistent DoS in your doorLock, Signal gets a new CEO, attacking the patching software, where does that QR code go, we heard you liked cryptominers, Pluton will fix that and retiring from a jarring career, & more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw723

Jan 14, 2022

It’s a new year and a time when we make resolutions…which often drop off by the start of February. To keep your security resolutions for 2022, today’s show will be about enterprise security pitfalls and the areas corporations should focus on when planning their cybersecurity strategy for the year. Topics will include proper data hygiene; ransomware prevention and recovery techniques; challenges in securing a distributed workforce and the changing role of IT and containing data sprawl. We’re looking forward to keeping you informed throughout 2022!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw256

Jan 14, 2022

The log4j vulnerability still exists in many environments. Learn how to exploit this vulnerability in our step-by-step guide. Please only use this information for research and testing purposes, and only with permission!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw723

Jan 12, 2022

In the leadership and communications section, no, we're not discussing log4j, 2021 recaps or lessons learned, or 2022 new year's resolutions or predictions!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw245

 

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