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Apr 11, 2023

In the leadership and communications segment, How to Succeed As a New Chief Information Security Officer, Lead by Example: What Army Special Forces Can Teach You About Leadership, How to Take Risks & Conquer Fears, and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw301

Apr 10, 2023

Barracuda just released a report on Ransomware findings, here: https://assets.barracuda.com/assets/docs/dms/2023-Ransomware-insights-report.pdf .

Here are a few of the highlighted stats:

  • Barracuda international survey finds 73% of organizations experienced a successful ransomware attack in 2022 — 38% were hit more than once.
  • 42% of those hit three times or more paid the ransom to restore encrypted data — compared to 31% of victims hit just once.
  • 69% of ransomware attacks began with an email.
  • 27% of organizations feel underprepared to tackle ransomware.

 

Fleming Shi joins Business Security Weekly to discuss the findings and ways to better prepare for these attacks.

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

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw301

Apr 7, 2023

In this week's enterprise security news, we talk about new companies and funding, trends in the deception and SaaS Security/SSPM space. We discuss Andy Ellis's "10 plagues of cloud security" and Kelly Shortridge's 69 ways to F*&$ up your deploy. We discuss rolling out Yubikeys and the pros/cons of using biometrics instead of security keys. There have been some bad takes in the media on how OpenAI uses your ChatGPT prompts, so we set the record straight there. Cybersecurity is a new requirement for K-12 students in North Dakota, and you've got to see this week's security story - a rogue tire sends a Kia Soul FLYING.* * - but no one was hurt!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw312

Apr 7, 2023

Naughty Tesla, Flipper Zero, Rilide, Styx, Genesis, Sophos, Cisco, Meta, Aaran Leyland, and More on this episode of the Security Weekly News.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn287

Apr 7, 2023

Overall increase in government regulations. EU as well. Shift in liability from consumers to organizations.How to take advantage of safe harbor protections and reduce organizational risk and liability. NIST SSD Framework - how do you understand the security practices of the open source packages you use in your applications and ensure they are following the NIST practices (so you can take full advantage of safe harbor protections and reduce potential liability). Creating a network of open source maintainers, documenting and attesting to their security practices, is a solution. Work with the maintainers to be able to provide documentation. How to get more involved with development in open source security. What is the mechanism?

 

Segment Resources:

https://tidelift.com/government-open-source-cybersecurity-resources

https://blog.tidelift.com/webinar-how-the-nist-secure-software-development-framework-impacts-open-source-software

https://blog.tidelift.com/webinar-recap-what-the-new-u.s.-national-cybersecurity-strategy-means-for-open-source-software

https://blog.tidelift.com/tidelift-advisory-impact-of-new-u.s.-national-cybersecurity-strategy-on-organizations-building-apps-with-open-source-software

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw312

Apr 6, 2023

Kellermann will discuss the recently published report “Cyber Bank Heist” that exposes the cybersecurity threats facing the financial sector. Security must be a top-of-mind issue amid rising geopolitical tensions, increased destructive attacks utilizing wipers and a record-breaking year of zero-day exploits. Podcast listeners will learn what financial sector security leaders from around the world revealed in a series of interviews about specific trends when it comes to notable cyberattacks, e-fraud and cyber defense.

 

Segment Resources:

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw312

Apr 6, 2023

In the Security News: Rorschach, QNAP and sudo, why bother signing things, why bother having a password, why bother updating firmware, smart screenshotting, TP-Link oh my, music with Grub2, byte arrays and UTF-8, what is my wifi password, Debian and systemd, opening garage doors, downgrade your firmware to be more secure, exploit databases, this is like a movie, unsolved CTFs, and Near-Ultrasound Inaudible Trojans! All that and more on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw779

Apr 6, 2023

The approach of cybersecurity workforce development and how someone with such technical background come to designing a degree program with non-traditional approach. What it takes to keep it going?

Segment Resources:

https://go.boisestate.edu/ucore

https://go.boisestate.edu/gcore

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw779

Apr 5, 2023

You ask, we respond. This Ask Me Anything (AMA) segment allows the audience to ask the BSW hosts anything. From leadership skills to career advice or even why Alderman keeps moving, this segment answers the questions you want to know. 

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw300

Apr 5, 2023

BingBang and Azure, Super FabriXss and Azure, reversing the 3CX trojan on macOS, highlights from Real World Crypto, fun GPT prompts, and a secure code game

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw235

Apr 4, 2023

Why 300? 300 is a perfect game in bowling, a milestone few have achieved (unless you're Brendan Alderman who has done it twice before the age of 20). 300 podcast episodes is almost 7 years of recording, a milestone most podcasts haven't achieved. So we thought is was worth celebrating! Join current and former BSW hosts to get a brief history of Business Security Weekly, including:

  • Paul's resignation from Tenable in 2016 to expand the Security Weekly podcast
  • Michael and Paul launching Start-up Security Weekly in 2016
  • The switch to Business Security Weekly in 2018
  • Matt's first episode (105) in 2018 as the new CEO of Security Weekly
  • The premier episode of Security Money (113) in 2019
  • Jason's first episode (101) in 2018
  • The sale of Security Weekly to CyberRisk Alliance in 2020
  • Ben's first episode (231) in 2021
  • The premier episode of Say Easy, Do Hard (289) in 2023 

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw300

Apr 4, 2023

ProtoCell Phones, KEV, Efile, 3CX, Western Digital, NATO, Jason Wood, and More on this edition of the Security Weekly News.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn286

Apr 4, 2023

Following on from her successful title "Container Security", Liz has recently authored "Learning eBPF", published by O'Reilly. eBPF is a revolutionary kernel technology that is enabling a whole new generation of infrastructure tools for networking, observability, and security. Let's explore eBPF and understand its value for security, and how it's used to secure network connectivity in the Cilium project, and for runtime security observability and enforcement in Cilium's sub-project, Tetragon.

 

Segment Resources:

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw235

Mar 31, 2023

In the enterprise security news, early stage startup funding stays constant, but late stage is nowhere to be found. Cisco, XM Cyber, and Mastercard make acquisitions. YouTube channels keep getting hacked. Microsoft fails to use Azure securely. Organizations are making progress on zero trust, but slowly. Finally, more discussion on AI threats, concerns, and predictions.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw311

Mar 31, 2023

Flappy TREX lips, WooCommerce, 3CX, Zimbra, OneNote, ChatGPT, ProPump, Aaran Leyland, and More on this episode of the Security Weekly News.

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn285

Mar 31, 2023

The White House recently revealed their National Cybersecurity Strategy and its 5 pillars. Some is straightforward - some is more controversial. Josh helped with it and wrote a blog about it. Adrian read that post and asked Josh to come discuss it. So here we are.

 

Segment Resources:

https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/National-Cybersecurity-Strategy-2023.pdf

https://claroty.com/blog/consequential-cybersecurity-brace-yourself-for-the-white-house-national-cybersecurity-strategy

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw311

Mar 30, 2023

In the Security News: Turning traffic lights green with the flipperzero (and a bunch of other hardware), suspending AV and EDR, Test signing mode, Linux control freaks, hacking the Apple Studio Disaply, Intel;s attack surface reduction claim, the truth about TikTok that everyone is missing, just stop developing AI, but only for 6 months, anyone can connect to Amazon's wireless network, revoking the wrong things, losing your keys, the funny, not-so-funny things about firmware encryption, and exploding thumb drives. All that, and more, on this episode of Paul’s Security Weekly!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw778

Mar 30, 2023

How to get into reversing embedded firmware? Can the planet really be hacked? We'll go over a couple of fun exploitation examples, see what mistakes were made and maybe what could have been done better to make these devices tougher to break into.

Segment Resources:

Voip phone hacking: Blog: https://www.mcafee.com/blogs/other-blogs/mcafee-labs/avaya-deskphone-decade-old-vulnerability-found-in-phones-firmware/

Def Con presentation (intro to hardware hacking): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuCbr2588-w&ab_channel=DEFCONConference

Medical Research: BBraun infusion pump: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6agtnfPjd64&ab_channel=hardwear.io

Medical devices under attack: https://www.rsaconference.com/USA/agenda/session/Code%20Blue%20Medical%20Devices%20Under%20Attack

Hacking DrayTek routers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD8HfjdDeuM&ab_channel=Hexacon

Philippe's public work: https://github.com/philippelaulheret/talks_blogs_and_fun

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw778

Mar 29, 2023

In the leadership and communications section, CISO, The Board, and Cybersecurity, How CISOs Can Work With the CFO to Get the Best Security Budget, Building Effective and Skilled Teams Through Networking, Connectivity, and Communication, and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw299

Mar 29, 2023

Ferrari refuses ransomware, OpenAI deals with security issues from cacheing, video killed a crypto ATM, GitHub rotates their RSA SSH key, bypassing CloudTrail, terms and techniques for measuring AI security and safety

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw234

Mar 28, 2023

We often see security as a thing that has definitive check boxes, end states and deliverables. Audits "end" and then start again, but if you are looking at security as a noun -- as in, a thing that gets done, you are falling short. Security must be a verb. You DO security, you do not HAVE security. Security weaves through every layer and goes beyond the IT assets or codebase.

This includes:

  • Guerrilla marketing of gaining end-user buy-in for initiatives
  • Iterative tuning of your data sources 
  • Active engagement with real-time feedback from the user base and technical teams

Threat- and risk-informed decisions need to be capable of adapting when things get turned upside down. You need to create a culture and the associated processes to look at security like you do. Security teams and roadmaps are designed to look (often myopically) at specific "deliverables" and not so much at the vital signs of the security ecosystem in any given moment (and what that looks like OVER TIME, not at a moment IN time).

 

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

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw299

Mar 28, 2023

Twitter, Tax Scams, Microsoft, Executive Orders, Pwn2Own, French Bans, and more on this edition of the Security Weekly News.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/swn284

Mar 28, 2023

With the increased interest and use of AI such as GTP 3/4, ChatGPT, GitHub Copilot, and internal modeling, there comes an array of use cases and examples for increased efficiency, but also inherent security risks that organizations should consider. In this talk, Invicti’s CTO & Head of Security Research Frank Catucci discusses potential use cases and talks through real-life examples of using AI in production environments. Frank delves into benefits, as well as security implications, touching on a number of security aspects to consider, including security from the supply chain perspective, SBOMs, licensing, as well as risk mitigation, and risk assessment. Frank also covers some of the types of attacks that might happen as a result of utilizing AI-generated code, like intellectual property leaking via a prompt injection attack, data poisoning, etc. And lastly, Frank shares the Invicti security team's real-life experience of utilizing AI, including early successes and failures.

 

Segment Resources:

  • On-demand webinar on the topic of generative AI - https://www.scmagazine.com/cybercast/generative-ai-understanding-the-appsec-risks-and-how-dast-can-mitigate-them
  • Invicti Research - https://www.invicti.com/blog/web-security/analyzing-security-github-copilot-suggestions/ - https://github.com/svenmorgenrothio/Prompt-Injection-Playground

 

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

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw234

Mar 27, 2023

In this episode, Neatsun Ziv, co-founder and CEO of OX Security, takes a deep dive into software supply chain security. He focuses on the new Open Software Supply Chain Attack Reference (OSC&R), a first-of-its-kind framework for understanding techniques, tactics, and procedures (TTPs) used by attackers to compromise supply chains. OSC&R was forged by a group led by OX Security with cybersecurity pros from a number of companies, including Google, GitLab, FICO, Check Point, VISA and Fortinet.

Segment Resources:

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw231

Mar 24, 2023

This week in the Enterprise News: Dope Security nabs $16M led by GV to build out secure web gateways designed to work on endpoints, not in the cloud. We take the mystery out of some recent funding. Microsoft 365's Copilot tries to do your job for you. Mapping failures with decision trees. An AI hires a human to solve a CAPCHA, because it needed help, and lies to the human about the reason why. You know what's different between AI and you? Those goosebumps on your arms right now and the ice water in your veins. AI can't do that. New drone designs that change everything & Cyber Startup Buzzword Bingo: 2023 Edition.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw310

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