Tue, 31 January 2017
On this Down the Security Rabbithole podcast we're joined by Stephen A. Ridley & Jamison Utter (yes, again with this guy) for a discussion on the finer points of Internet of Things (IoT) security ... or complete lack thereof.
If you own gadgets that are 'connected' or you are ever around them (hint: you're surrounded by things that pull IP addresses right now) then you need to listen to this podcast. Some great discussion in what was the very first podcast we recorded in 2017.
Direct download: DtSR_Episode_230_-_The_IoT_You_Got_for_Christmas.mp3
Category:Enterprise Security -- posted at: 1:56am CST
Wed, 25 January 2017
Hi friends! We're honored to be finalists for the Security Blogger Awards 2017 "Best Security Podcast" so if you listen, go vote for "Wh1t3Rabbit" (as we're labeled)
Digital transformation forces businesses to rethink cybersecurity
Mobile is still the safest place for your data
The WhatsApp Backdoor That Isn’t
Organizational complexity is the greatest threat to cybersecurity
Direct download: DtSR_Episode_229_-_NewsCast_for_January_24th_2017.mp3
Category:NewsCast -- posted at: 8:33am CST
Tue, 17 January 2017
This week, Paul Hershberger joins us to talk about taking a fresh look at endpoint security for the new year. Paul has some insights into balancing risk/usability and how some of the things you've heard about endpoint may simply be ... wrong.
Join James and I as we let Paul endow us with his wisdom and experience... take some notes, this one's going to be good.
Direct download: DtSR_Episode_228_-_Another_Look_at_Endpoint_Security.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:27pm CST
Thu, 12 January 2017
St. Jude, MedSec and the FDA
New York financial regulator to delay cyber security rules
Massachusetts makes data breach reports available online
California passes law making ransomware illegal
Online databases dropping like flies, with >10K falling to ransomware groups
TV anchor says live on-air ‘Alexa, order me a dollhouse’ - guess what happens next
Direct download: DtSR_Episode_227_-_NewsCast_for_January_10th_2017.mp3
Category:NewsCast -- posted at: 12:38pm CST
Tue, 3 January 2017
Welcome to the first Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast episode of 2017!
We would like to kick off this year, and the run to episode 250 with an episode that dissects the facts from the fiction on the topic of "Advanced Threats". With all the talk in the news about the Russians "hacking the US election" (yes, that's absolutely silly to call it that) and talk of retaliation, it's important to have a frank discussion on the merits of the concept of advanced threats.
Sit back, grab a coffee and listen. I know you'll want to listen to this one more than once!
If you have a moment, and you actually read the show notes, we would love it if you could give us a rating on iTunes or actually leave a comment on the podcast page. Get engaged on Twitter, using the hashtag #DtSR!
Sergio Caltagirone hunts evil. He spends his days hunting hackers and his evenings hunting human traffickers. After 9 years with the US Government, over 3 years at Microsoft and now at Dragos, Sergio not only hunted the most sophisticated targeted hackers in the world but also applied that intelligence to protect billions of users worldwide and safeguarding civilization through the protection of critical infrastructure and industrial control systems. He co-created the Diamond Model of Intrusion Analysis proudly helping thousands of others bring more pain to adversaries by strengthening hunters and intelligence analysts. He also proudly serves as the Technical Director of the Global Emancipation Network, a Non-Governmental Organization, leading a world-class all-volunteer team hunting human traffickers and finding their victims through data science and analytics working towards saving tens of millions of lives.
You can find Sergio on Twitter at @cnoanalysis
Direct download: DtSR_Episode_226_-_Target_Threats_Facts_From_Fiction.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:27am CST