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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

 

Jan 11, 2022

How cloud resources are architected and utilized is different for every organization, but whether cloud native or cloud traditionalist – security risk and complexity are problems. Concerns over account takeover, overprivileged access and the struggle to keep pace with the dynamism of the cloud are driving demand for a better way to secure access. Hear Colby Dyess, Director of Product at Appgate, discuss how the principles of Zero Trust strengthen and simplify access controls across varying cloud architectures. We’ll address everything from users connecting to multi-cloud resources, secure service-to-service communication and running security as code.

 

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

 

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

Jan 11, 2022

There's an understandable focus on "shift left" in modern DevOps and appsec discussions. So what does it take to broaden what we call appsec into something effective for modern apps, whether they're on the web, mobile, or cloud? We'll talk about moving on from niche offerings into successful appsec programs.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw179

Jan 10, 2022

The FTC issues a warning about taking log4j seriously, JNDI is elsewhere, cache poisoning shows challenges in normalizing strings, semgrep for refactoring configs with security in mind, the Q4 2021 ThinkstScape quarterly, Salesforce to require MFA

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw179

Dec 25, 2021

In our final security weekly segment of the year, we're wrapping up by reminiscing about 2021's biggest, craziest, and most interesting stories. We'll chat about our favorite interviews of the year. Finally, we're sharing our hopes for 2022. What could make it better? Will it be the year we break free from ransomware? Will cyber insurance providers drop all their policyholders? All this, and cryptic hints from Adrian and Tyler! It has been a crazy year and we're looking forward to keeping you informed throughout 2022 as well!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw255

Dec 25, 2021

The greatest exploit in the world, throw some more logs on the log4j fire, lock picking with a zip tie, hacking metal detectors, please disclose your vulnerabilities here, bugs in Wifi and Bluetooth have an interesting relationship, not-so-secret backdoors, taking over domain controllers, and interesting precopulatory behavior in darkling beetles!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw722

Dec 25, 2021

In the Enterprise Security News for this week, ZeroFox has a $1.4 billion dollar blank check, Corellium raises a $25m series A, GreyNoise makes its data free to help out Log4j sufferers, AWS suffers its third outage in a month (coincidentally hindering GreyNoise’s efforts), Ditching Unicorns for Dragons, Yet another easy way to become domain admin, thanks Microsoft, New report finds that current phishing training isn’t effective and is even potentially harmful, & more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw255

Dec 24, 2021

John joins us to talk about what its like to run scans of the Internet on a regular basis. We'll talk about some trends, such as what is more exposed, what is less exposed, and how select segments of devices impact the security of Internet, such as printers, medial devices, SMB, RDP and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw722

Dec 24, 2021

Log4j, solar winds, tesla hacks, and the wave of high profile appsec problems aren’t going to go away with current approaches like SAST and SCA. Why? They are: -40 years old, with little innovation -Haven’t solved the problem. In this segment, we talk about fully autonomous application security. Vetted by DARPA in the Cyber Grand Challenge, the approach is different: -Prove bugs, rather than trying to list all of them. -Zero false positives, which leads to better autonomy.

 

Segment Resources:

Article on competition: https://www.darpa.mil/about-us/timeline/cyber-grand-challenge

Technical article on approach: https://spectrum.ieee.org/mayhem-the-machine-that-finds-software-vulnerabilities-then-patches-them

Example vulns discovered: https://forallsecure.com/blog/forallsecure-uncovers-critical-vulnerabilities-in-das-u-boot

https://github.com/forallsecure/vulnerabilitieslab

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Dec 24, 2021

Many of us, myself included, learned lock picking techniques from Deviant. He comes on the show to talk about physical security in a pandemic, how to train for lock picking and physical security assessments, share some war stories and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw722

Dec 23, 2021

Author of "Why CISOs Fail" is joining us today to tell us about the success of his first book as well as introduce us to his forthcoming book, "Security Hippie. Barak is best known for pioneering the concept of the virtual (or fractional) CISO model nearly two decades ago. Over the twenty years since then he has applied that model and strategy to building, managing and counseling security departments across countless and diverse organizations, including MuleSoft, Amplitude Analytics, Livenation/Ticketmaster, StubHub, Barnes and Noble, bebe Stores and many others. The goal of his new book is to convey security concepts in the form of telling stories, so we hope to hear a few examples from him during the course of the interview.

 

To leave a heartfelt message for Hannah (Jeff's granddaughter): https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/hannahman

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/scw99

Dec 22, 2021

Author of "Why CISOs Fail" is joining us today to tell us about the success of his first book as well as introduce us to his forthcoming book, "Security Hippie. Barak is best known for pioneering the concept of the virtual (or fractional) CISO model nearly two decades ago. Over the twenty years since then he has applied that model and strategy to building, managing and counseling security departments across countless and diverse organizations, including MuleSoft, Amplitude Analytics, Livenation/Ticketmaster, StubHub, Barnes and Noble, bebe Stores and many others. The goal of his new book is to convey security concepts in the form of telling stories, so we hope to hear a few examples from him during the course of the interview.

 

To leave a heartfelt message for Hannah (Jeff's granddaughter): https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/hannahman

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/scw99

Dec 22, 2021

In the leadership and communications section, The Office of the CISO: A Framework for the CISO, America’s Cyber-Reckoning, How to Include Cybersecurity Training in Employee Onboarding, and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw244

Dec 21, 2021

Throughout her career, Sandy Dunn has continued to mature and refine her skills. In the early days, she describes her job as a "hostage negotiator", constantly negotiating between the business teams and the security team. But as you mature, so does your approach to security. Now, Sandy talks about simplifying "knowledge management" to make it easy to understand security and becoming a "business listener" to make the right decisions.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw244

Dec 21, 2021

Log4j has more updates and more vulns (but probably not more heartburn...), revisiting outages and whether availability has made it into your threat models, deep dive into hardware security, another data point on bug bounty awards, and looking at risk topics for the next year. This completes another year of the podcast! A very heartfelt thank you to all our listeners! And a special thank you and shout out to the crew that helps make this possible every week -- Johnny, Gus, Sam, and Renee. We'll keep the New Wave / Post-Punk, movie, and pop culture references coming for all the appsec and DevOps topics you can throw our way. Thanks again everyone!!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw178

Dec 20, 2021

What does a collaborative approach to security testing look like? What does it take to tackle an entire attack class as opposed to fixing a bunch of bugs? If we can shift from vulnerability mitigation to vulnerability elimination, then appsec would be able to demonstrate some significant wins -- and they need a partnership with DevOps teams in order to do this successfully.

 

Segment Resources

https://blog.trailofbits.com/

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw178

Dec 18, 2021

This week in the Enterprise News: Is the art of VC valuations a lie?, Noname Security hits unicorn status, Dazz sounds like an 80's cartoon character and is the latest to join the CSPM category with a mega Series A, LogMeIn spins out Lastpass, We'll talk about Log4Shell for a little bit, but not too much, Everyone forgot that AWS had an outage last week, at least, until they had an outage this week, 83% of IT professionals can't guarantee infrastructure is safe from ex-employees, & Senate approves cyber-loaded defense bill but stripped out incident reporting! All that and more, on this episode of Enterprise Security Weekly!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw254

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