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As breaches abound and cybercriminals up the ante, it’s more critical than ever that you stay plugged in to how the threat landscape is evolving. At Cybersecurity Unplugged we dive deep into the issues that matter. Guided by CyberTheory’s director, Steve King, we have candid conversations with experts on the frontlines of the cyber battlefield.
 
This webinar series was created to share stories of how the most recent cybersecurity professionals are breaking into the industry. We hope this helps you in your quest to break into cybersecurity as well. Connect with Renee Small on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/reneebrownsmall/ Download a free copy of her book at https://www.magnetichiring.com/book Connect with Christophe Foulon on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/christophefoulon/ Find out more about CPF-Coaching at https://cpf ...
 
America’s Leading Security Coach to Small Business, the FBI, Homeland Security, Department of Defense, Department of Energy, The Whitehouse, all major DoD contractors, including Raytheon, Boeing, Lockheed, BAE, and more. Dozens of US State, County, and City governments. School Districts, Hospitals, Doctors, and Clinics. All major financial institutions in the United States, including The Federal Reserve, Fidelity, Bank of America, Visa, M/C, etc. Providing Network Security since 1991.
 
Cybersecurity on the Front Lines is a new podcast devoted to helping the IT and security people charged with the difficult task of protecting their small and midsize organizations. Hosted by Sentinel IPS’ COO Ted Gruenloh, each episode takes a peek into customers’ network security strategies, how they prioritize their budget decisions, and the various tools that they use.
 
Cybersecurity and Compliance with Craig Petronella Podcast. Learn the latest on the CMMC, DFARS, NIST, HIPAA, GDPR, ISO27001 and more. Learn about the most current IT security threats in ransomware, phishing, business email compromise, cybercrime tactics, cyberheist schemes, social engineering scams as well as hints and tips from leading professionals to help you prevent hackers from penetrating your network and dropping ransomware or malware payloads. If you are worried about uneducated emp ...
 
Ogni giorno, in ogni paese del mondo, avvengono nuovi attacchi informatici. Le vittime sono imprese, dalle grandi multinazionali alle piccole piccole aziende locali, enti e organizzazioni di ogni ordine e grado, e privati cittadini di ogni nazione ed età. Alcuni di questi attacchi hanno fatto la storia del cybercrime, per portata dell'attacco, entità della struttura attaccata o danni provocati. Sophos te ne racconta 5 nella stagione 2020 della serie podcast "Sotto Attacco | i grandi crimini ...
 
Wibu-Systems hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, vielseitige und sichere Technologien zu entwickeln, die Herstellern von Software und intelligenten Geräten die Möglichkeit liefert ihre Produkte vor Piraterie, Reverse Engineering, Manipulation, Sabotage und Spionage zu schützen. Mit CodeMeter, einer umfassenden und preisgekrönte Suite von hardware- und softwarebasierten Lösungen, ist dies möglich.
 
CyberSecurity Sense is LBMC Information Security's weekly podcast that will provide insight and updates on such information security topics as: Managed Security Service Providers, IPS Monitoring and Managed IDS Services, Security Information Event Management, Digital Forensic Analysis, Electronic Discovery and Litigation Support, Computer Security Incident Response, Penetration Testing, Risk Assessments, Security Program Planning, Web Application Security Assessments, ACAB LADMF Certificatio ...
 
Dynamic IT entrepreneur Robert Herjavec founded Herjavec Group in 2003, and it quickly became one of North America’s fastest-growing technology companies. At Herjavec Group, your IT security is our topmost priority as we work diligently around the clock to protect the assets of your business including employees, data, IT infrastructure, and information. Recorded and produced by Herjavec Group, The Cybersecurity Cast discusses the latest news, trends, vulnerabilities, and exploits in cybersec ...
 
Our podcast is for partners, owners and CEOs of small businesses to keep informed on risks and mitigation strategies regarding IT services and cyber security products that work well in a small business environment. Femi and Stephen will talk candidly and go between the headlines of global cyber security events and malware and bring it back to how it may affect small businesses in particular.
 
CSIS looks at how rapidly changing technology and cybersecurity are affecting the world in the twenty-first century. Issues covered include intelligence, surveillance, encryption, privacy, military technology, space, and more. Programs leading the research on this topic include the Technology Policy Program and the International Security Program. Find the latest research from our scholars and CSIS events on this topic below.
 
Join an all-star cast — including Dan DeCloss and Shawn Scott from PlexTrac, Paul Asadoorian and Tyler Robinson from Security Weekly, and Bryson Bort from SCYTHE — for a podcast mini-series focused on getting the real work done in cybersecurity. These four episodes will consider the perspectives of red, blue, and purple teamers alike in tracking signal through the noise to identify and prioritize the right things. Additionally, we’ll show off how PlexTrac empowers all types of security pros ...
 
Grassroots Security Podcast was set up for two things: Provide better awareness about security including tips that hopefully most people can understand. And talk about what's happening in the news related to security and what it could mean for you. I try to make it fun yet informational and educational. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it.
 
Join an all-star cast — including Dan DeCloss and Shawn Scott from PlexTrac, Paul Asadoorian and Tyler Robinson from Security Weekly, and Bryson Bort from SCYTHE — for a podcast mini-series focused on getting the real work done in cybersecurity. These four episodes will consider the perspectives of red, blue, and purple teamers alike in tracking signal through the noise to identify and prioritize the right things. Additionally, we’ll show off how PlexTrac empowers all types of security pros ...
 
Dr. Rollan Roberts is an advisor and resource to national governments on strong Artificial Intelligence and quantum-proof Cybersecurity and was nominated to Central Command's Department of Defense Civilian Task Force. He is the CEO of Courageous!, a superhuman AI and Cybersecurity research and product development think tank that serves advanced national security initiatives of national governments. He served as CEO of the Hoverboard company, creating the best-selling consumer product worldwi ...
 
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Rebecca Herold is CEO and co-founder of Privacy and Security Brainiacs. She's also a Ponemon Institute fellow and the CEO and founder of Rebecca Harold LLC, a cloud-based privacy and security firm. She is currently finishing her 20th published book on information security and privacy. In this episode of Cybersecurity Unplugged, Herold discusses: Th…
 
Buckle up for this week’s episode because it is quite a ride! Greg Crabb, founder of TenEight Cyber and former CISO for the United States Postal Service shares insights from his more than 25 years in law enforcement and bringing cyber criminals to justice. And hear perspective on CISO best practices for a 630k+ employee organization with 43k facili…
 
The best way to stop an encryption incident is by stopping the breach. Cameron Buriani is a cyber security professional who works as a Senior Solutions Architect at Crowdstrike over 3 years now. Over the last two years , he’s dedicated his efforts to building out the Crowdstrike MSSP offering from the ground up to the full blown solution it is toda…
 
Jeff Lynch shares his journey from bio-tech producing treadmills, to network technician as a DOD contract to cloud security consultant, all while completing a Bachelors, Masters and 15+ certifications in an accelerated period of time. About Breaking Into Cybersecurity: This series was created by Renee Small & ☁️ Christophe Foulon ☁️ to share storie…
 
App Tracking Traps a Catholic Priest. How It Can Affect You, Too Craig Peterson: I've got two hot topics for you this morning. One about this Catholic priest that ended up resigning and how that happened to tie into this Grindr account. And how it affects you because this type of technology used to convict him in the court of public opinion is some…
 
In this episode Amira Armond, the Chief Editor of CMMCaudit.org, joins Sean and Stanley to discuss all about CMMC - the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification - and its importance for the entire DoD supply chain. Sponsored by Netswitch Technology Management - netswitch.net저자 Netswitch Technology Management
 
Since the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data scandal of 2018, the populous has become so accustomed to data mismanagement and even data leaks that it no longer makes the headlines. In fact, even in 2021 Facebook faced scrutiny for a data leak that revealed over 530 million people's private information, in some cases including phone numbers. Of cours…
 
Craig Petronella, IT Cybersecurity and Compliance Expert with DFARS, CMMC, NIST, HIPAA, founder and CEO of https://compliancearmor.com, https://petronellatech.com and https://blockchainsecurity.com interviews Hema Dey, founder of Iffel International. Her expertise is in sales strategy applying marketing techniques that are customized for a specific…
 
For obvious reasons, financial institutions have always been a top target for cyberattacks, and almost one half of all cyberattacks target small and medium-sized businesses. So, it stands to reason that if you’re going to be in charge of security for a regional bank, you’ve really got to know your stuff. Today we’re chatting with Tyler Morgan, Chie…
 
David Brumley is the CEO of ForAllSecure, a cybersecurity company whose products are based on Mayhem, the amazing machine that David designed to autonomously and in real-time apply patching and continuous penetration testing. In this episode of Cybersecurity Unplugged, Brumley discusses: Software flaw detection and how Brumley developed Mayhem; Bru…
 
Breaking into Cybersecurity: Will S (From Operations Manager to Security Analyst) About Breaking Into Cybersecurity: This series was created by Renee Small & ☁️ Christophe Foulon ☁️ to share stories of how the most recent cybersecurity professionals are breaking into the industry. Our special editions are us talking to experts in their fields and c…
 
This week we have our first guest that successfully swam the English Channel – Sue Daley, Director of Technology and Innovation at techUK. Hear insights from Sue on the mental focus it takes to swim for 23 hours straight, how a singular national vision has helped the UK address the cyber challenge, the opportunity for US and UK collaboration on cyb…
 
Intel Tells Us How Long the Shortage Will Last [automated transcript] We're looking at a big chip shortage. You probably heard a little bit about it, but how long is it going to last? And we've got this explosive report out right now about spyware and some of the cyber hacking and what's happening with Android versus iOS. What should you be using, …
 
James Hatzell is a channel marketing professional with hands on experience in IT and cybersecurity. As Director of Marketing for SKOUT Cybersecurity, James uses his technical and marketing knowledge to build content and tools to help MSPs sell cybersecurity as a service. Prior to his time at SKOUT, James served as the CTO for a healthcare start-up …
 
Join us for #CISOThursdays​​ @ 1pm eastern! We discuss recent news, and hot topics in security. Our kick-off topic this week is cyber vocabulary. Our guest #CISO is Carlos Rodriguez. James Azar, CISO Talk podcast host, Naomi Buckwalter, CISO extraordinaire, & the crew are ready, as always, for a lively discussion. Check out our new book, Develop Yo…
 
Joe Head is co-founder of INTRUSION, a cybersecurity company that approaches cyber defense from the inside out, leveraging real-time AI to kill cyberattacks before they become breaches. In this episode of Cybersecurity Unplugged, Head discusses: The difference between trying to modify human behavior and implementing robust security; How INTRUSION's…
 
Google's Being Sued by the States -- And it doesn't look good for them Craig Peterson: We talked earlier about Amazon and how much trouble they're in right now, Google apparently is in a similar boat. We had just this week, dozens of state attorneys, general suing Google on antitrust grounds. [00:00:16] You can reach me online. Just me. M E Craig p…
 
Recommendations to Turn Off Your Printers - eCar Fire Warning Craig Peterson: Hey, we got another emergency patch out from our friends at Microsoft. And in this case, it has to do with printers and remote printer access. Do you have employees working from home? Microsoft has their big monthly patches that they release. They also have weekly patches…
 
COVID's Biggest Victim? The Traditional Workplace Craig Peterson: Work from home is a huge deal, especially for a couple of segments of our society. And I want to talk a little bit about that now, as employees are returning to work, should they be returning to the office? There is a great article here this last week in Forbes magazine by Dana Brown…
 
The FBI Weaponized Google Pixel 4a Phones! If you look into buying a used Google Pixel 2a, I've got some news for you. The FBI has been very busy, and they've conned the con man. I love this story. The FBI has been trying to track bad guys for a very long time, and there've been several ways they've done it. We know obviously about phone taps. We'v…
 
This week we pick back up for part two with CERT Division Director Greg Touhill. He shares insights on the mindset change in recent years on the importance in understanding risk and high value assets and where they reside. He also provides perspective for defining resilience, including taking a punch and keep on going, as well as steps for getting …
 
How Could Facebook Do a Better Job at Controlling Disinformation? Hello, everybody. Great discussion this morning about Facebook and what is going on with their monitoring and controlling some of the topics. Should they have something in place that really stops false information? How could they do that? And what's their real motivation behind all o…
 
Dave is the host of the Business of Tech podcast, and owner of MSP Radio. Dave is regarded as a leading expert in the delivery of technology services, with broad experience in both technology and business. He owned and operated an IT Solution Provider and MSP for over a decade, both acquiring other organizations and eventually being acquired. This …
 
Amazon Is In For a Rough Ride Did you know that Amazon has a new CEO? I remember back in the nineties; I pledge that I would never use Amazon again because they filed and were awarded a patent on technology everybody was using. Jeff Bezos is out of a job. [00:00:19] This is a guy that grew a company that all they did initially really was book sales…
 
Kaseya and the Problem with Managed Service Providers We have really in front of us, a critical warning. We're trying to figure out what should we do or to stop people from attacking us. That's a problem. What should we do? Many of us have gone out to managed services providers, and now they have let us down. Did you hear about the Kaseya hack? It …
 
Predictions About Olympic Cyberattacks We're all excited about the upcoming Olympic games. And so are the hackers. Oh my goodness. I just finished reading a report by the cyber threat Alliance about what they're expecting to happen at these Olympic Games in Tokyo. The Olympics have always been a huge target when it comes to the bad guys. [00:00:23]…
 
Facebook Confirms Its Asking People to Report "Extremists" Reporting on your neighbors is something you would expect from a socialist government, right? A communist government, a fascist government, any form of socialist government. Now Facebook is doing exactly that and it's going to interfere with our lives. Facebook has now confirmed what it's c…
 
2021-07-17 1122 Craig Peterson (2): Reporting on your neighbors is something you would expect from a socialist government, right? A communist government, a fascist government, any form of a socialist government. Now Facebook is doing exactly that, and it's going to interfere with our lives. [00:00:16] Facebook has now confirmed what it's calling a …
 
Breaking into Cybersecurity: Jeff Sass (From Quality Engineering to Security) About Breaking Into Cybersecurity: This series was created by Renee Small & ☁️ Christophe Foulon ☁️ to share stories of how the most recent cybersecurity professionals are breaking into the industry. Our special editions are us talking to experts in their fields and cyber…
 
It’s #CISOThursdays​​ @ 1pm eastern! Join us as we discuss recent news and hot topics in security. We kick it off discussing supply chain risks. James Azar, CISO Talk podcast host, Naomi Buckwalter, CISO extraordinaire, & the crew are ready, as always, for a lively discussion. About Breaking Into Cybersecurity: This series was created by Renee Smal…
 
The New Anti-Robocall Technology is Coming Online I know everybody I talk to hates these robo calls. They're happening all of the time. What are we doing about it? The FCC has made some changes and they just went into place. So we're going to talk about STIR/SHAKEN, right? Of course the government has to come up with some really cute acronyms and t…
 
60% of Used Amazon Echos Can Be Compromised Don't Sell Used Google Home, Nest, Echos, etc.! The majority of Americans, at least those of middle income and higher, have the smart devices in their homes. It's everything from the Amazon echo all the way up through our thermostats. Are these a good idea? And what do we do when we get rid of them? IoT, …
 
Kadee Russ specializes in open-economy macroeconomics and international trade policy. She is a professor of economics at the University of California, Davis and is affiliated with the National Bureau of Economic Research, serving as a faculty research associate for the NBER's International Trade and Investment program and as co-organizer of the Int…
 
FBI Using a "Honeypot" for a Massive Sting Operation & Olympic Cybersecurity This time, the FBI didn't just set up a sting, they set up a honeypot. And I talked about it with Mr. Matt Gagnon coming right up. Along with a couple of other major points this week, including what has been happening with the Olympics and cybersecurity. So here we go. [00…
 
Facebook's Extremist Prompt Leads To... What to Do About Ransomware? We got hacked again as a country and what's being done about it. What's the Biden administration doing? They sent us special Envoy over to Russia. Yeah, Senator former Senator John Kerry. But what's he talking about? The climate deal. This is hurting us badly here in the United St…
 
This week Greg Touhill, Director of CERT Division, joins the podcast to share insights on CERT’s history as the birthplace of cyber and culture of innovation at the center of the cyber universe. He also dives into the importance of the development of a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM), what happens when national leaders shine a light on cyber, why…
 
What Does the "Billionaire" Space Race Mean to You? We have Sir Richard Branson up in space. The race of the billionaires, Jeff Bezos, of course being another one. What does this mean to us? Does this mean that space is solely for the rich? Is it going to help our businesses, our economy, what's behind all of this, and where are we going? That's ex…
 
On this episode Brian Weiss and Robert Nelson join us to discuss how the Kaseya incident has affected its MSP customers and their customers, the failings of most compliance regimes, Kaseya choosing Fire Eye over its own recent acquisition Rocket Cyber and the effects of this incident on Municipalities whose providers use Kaseya on CJIS regulated sy…
 
Being Green Now Includes New Nuclear Plants - It's The Only Solution Whether or not, you believe there is a climate crisis or this man caused the only thing that's been constant here on earth has been change. And particularly the weather it's been much hotter and much colder than it is right now. I do believe that we have climate crises from time t…
 
We've talked about a lot of the cybersecurity problems. I'm going to talk now about what Microsoft is doing with Windows 11, a lot of hardware out there right now, anyways, will not run windows 11. So what is Microsoft doing to solve this problem? Microsoft has been blamed for many of the problems we've had with computers and computer security for …
 
You might've heard me talk about this already, or you heard about it elsewhere. This US technology firm is called Kaseya. They're headquartered in Miami and they are used by businesses and governments around the world. And they're spreading ransom. A week ago on Friday, a flood of ransomware hit hundreds of companies around the world. [00:00:25] We…
 
Hey, do you trust that all of the information you share with the IRS is being kept safe? As a general rule, it probably has been, but what we're finding right now is maybe it hasn't, maybe there's been a leak. There is a lot to talk about when we're talking about the IRS. [00:00:19] They of course have all of the information that they can get their…
 
Emil Sayegh, president and CEO of Ntirety, unpacks of the issue of inauthentic identities opening doors to untraceable, fake social accounts and the impact that has on society. Emil is a cloud visionary and known as one of the "fathers of OpenStack."저자 Tripwire, Inc.
 
It’s #CISOThursdays @ 1pm eastern! Join us as we discuss recent news and hot topics in security. James Azar, CISO Talk podcast host, Naomi Buckwalter, CISO extraordinaire, & the crew are ready, as always, for a lively discussion. About Breaking Into Cybersecurity: This series was created by Renee Small & ☁️ Christophe Foulon ☁️ to share stories of …
 
In this episode CISO Will Lassalle returns with Sean Mahoney to discuss the latest issues, topics and fallout in the world of Cyber Risk, Governance & Compliance... including the mysterious FBI bitcoin recovery 'heist' Sponsored by Netswitch Technology Management - netswitch.net저자 Netswitch Technology Management
 
Rob Clyde is a senior board director of ISACA, the chairman of the board for White Cloud Security and an advisor to ShardSecure. Rob has a long history in cybersecurity education and training. ISACA's recent 2021 State of Cybersecurity Study reported that 61% of respondents say that cybersecurity teams are understaffed and 55% report that they have…
 
[As heard on WGAN 2021-07-07] Good morning, everybody. We've got this massive attack underway. It's hitting businesses, and they're using supply chain attacks just like they did with Solar Winds. However, this one might actually be a little more fatal. A lot of businesses out there. So we talked about that this morning—this Kaseya hack. [00:00:21] …
 
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