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Now displaying: December, 2019
Dec 9, 2019

Netflix: BPF is a new type of software we use to run Linux apps securely in the kernel, Automated security tests with OWASP ZAP, HackerOne Breach Leads to $20,000 Bounty Reward, US-CERT AA19-339A: Dridex Malware , and much more!

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Dec 8, 2019

Micah Hoffman is the Principle Investigator at Spotlight Infosec. Looking to increase the publicity of using Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) in traditional cyber fields like pentest, DFIR, and cyber defense. Just created a new non-profit called The OSINT Curious Project (https://osintcurio.us) that is a clearinghouse for excellent OSINT information and resources.

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Dec 7, 2019

Eric Brown is the Sr. Security Analyst at LogRhythm. Eric will cover topics including: Phishing Trends, 2020 Outlook, Top 4 Types Eric is seeing: Exec Phish / Legit websites (Box/sites.google/OneDrive) / Fake O365 / HTML attachment, Use of/upload to VirusTotal, Value of Incident Response and Playbooks, Value of Training baseStriker, Has it been patched? Or just now detectable?, and Hunting Phish Kits.

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Dec 7, 2019

Heather Paunet is the VP of Product at Untangle. Untangle is releasing an SD-WAN Router, which has advanced routing capabilities and provides the ability for a business to build a comprehensive, secure Software Defined Network at a fraction of the cost. Our SD-WAN Router provides interoffice connectivity across multiple sites, optimizes the internet over existing infrastructure and prioritizes business critical application to maximize employee productivity.

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Dec 6, 2019

Ferruh Mavituna is the CEO at Netsparker. Ferruh will be talking about How to start building a web security program and a realistic approach to starting a web security security program in enterprises. To learn more about Netsparker, visit: https://securityweekly.com/netsparker

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Dec 5, 2019

In the news, Mimecast Challenges Shadow IT for Cloud App Usage on Mobile and Desktop Devices, CloudKnox Security Announces Integration with AWS IAM Access Analyzer, Morphisec Achieves AWS Security Competency Status for Cloud Server Workload Protection, and more!

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Dec 5, 2019

Sale of 4 Million Stolen Cards Tied to Breaches at 4 Restaurant Chains, Sentara Hospitals to pay $2.2M HIPAA settlement for undisclosed data breaches, Privacy Regs Changing the Face of Cybersecurity, TrueDialog Leaks 600GB of Personal Data, Affecting Millions, CFTC Fines Goldman Sachs $1 Million for Failing to Record Calls Global Cops Shut 31,000 Domains in IP Crackdown, and more! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/scw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/SCWEpisode9

Dec 5, 2019

Companies Need to Rethink What Cybersecurity Leadership Is, What Companies That Are Good at Innovation Get Right, Staff in smaller businesses bogged down by poor communications, Why You Should Be Sending More Video Emails … And How To Record Them, Enterprises muddled over cloud security responsibilities, and Top tech conferences to attend in 2020.

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Dec 4, 2019

Mathieu Gorge is the CEO at Vigitrust. The approach that business leaders need to take in developing payment risk strategies, linking, PCI, ISO, GDPR, CCPA, SCA.

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Dec 4, 2019

Ward Cobleigh is the Sr. Product Manager at VIAVI Solutions. In a very recent study, 65% of responding organizations reported a shortage of cybersecurity staff, with a lack of skilled or experienced security personnel their number one workplace concern (36%). To help fill this void, there is a very real and still growing need to cross-train existing professionals and teams whenever possible. How achievable is this goal? Can we really take the typical NetOps skillset, combine it with the data sources that are typically available to them, and apply this to the SecOps skills gap? This Business Security Week Podcast will answer these questions and include a demonstration of how a performance analysis platform can be used to quickly and efficiently identify threats.

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Dec 4, 2019

Analysis of Jira Bug Stresses Impact of SSRF in Public Cloud, DevSecOps Adoption and the Web Security Myth, Facebook, Twitter profiles slurped by mobile apps using malicious SDKs, Firefox gets tough on tracking tricks that sneakily sap your privacy, and Decoding the Modern Enterprise Software Spaghetti.

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Dec 3, 2019

Sandy Carielli is the Principal Analyst at Forrester Research. Discuss the impact of good and bad bots on enterprises and how it is both a security and customer experience problem. Review how the bot management marketing is evolving and how WAFs are buying up or partnering with bot management tools to expand their reach.

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Dec 1, 2019

Cloudflare Open-Sources its Network Vulnerability Scanner, Qualys brings its Market Leading Vulnerability Management Solution to the next level, and some acquisition and funding updates from Palo Alto, Cymulate, Detectify, and Perimeter 81!

 

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Dec 1, 2019

Kenneth F. Belva, CISSP, CEH is a cyber security expert practicing in the field since 1998 serving in both technical and non-technical roles. Ken joins Matt and Paul today to talk about Why scanning for default credentials missing from the rest of the scanning vendors! The problem of default and weak credentials. Why they're still low hanging fruit after all these years. And new solutions to detecting default and weak credentials on the network.

 

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Dec 1, 2019

From Fortune 500 to Education, from startup to running a consulting firm, Brendan's experience in information security has served him well. It all started with his boss speaking outloud about how they 'needed to get someone to handle security', and deciding he wanted to be that someone. Now a CISSP, CISM, and a couple of decades, and many industry changes, later he is still at it. Brendan joins Matt and Paul this week to discuss Patch Management, and how using Automox is helping him in the space!

 

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