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Infosec news and views featuring interviews with expert faculty from IANS.

Latest Episodes

Rapid 7 Founder Chad Loder on the Evolution of Vulnerability Management and the Mistakes We Make in Infosec Training

This week we're joined by Rapid 7 founder and new IANS Faculty member Chad Loder to discuss the changing vulnerability scanning and management landscape and the need for more holistic, better integrated security awareness programs.

44 MIN2017 AUG 7
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Rapid 7 Founder Chad Loder on the Evolution of Vulnerability Management and the Mistakes We Make in Infosec Training

Episode 40: Mark Clancy on the Petya-NotPetya Attacks and Tough Choices in Enterprise Defense

IANS Faculty Mark Clancy hops on the broadcast this week for a no-nonsense analysis of this week'sglobal Petya-like ransomware attack. Mark brings his decades of experience as a security consultant, enterprise defender and threat intelligence expert to this discussion of the evolution of cyber-weapons, the limitations of real-time incident response and the tough choices teams make to balance protections and productivity.

26 MIN2017 JUN 29
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Episode 40: Mark Clancy on the Petya-NotPetya Attacks and Tough Choices in Enterprise Defense

Episode 39: Jon Condra on Dark Web Threats and Nation-State Attacks

It's dangerous world out there, and guys like Jon Condra are here to help us make sense of it. TheDirector of East Asian Research and Analysisat risk and threat intelligence firm Flashpoint, Jon joins me this week to talk about the recent Flashpoint Business Risk Intelligence Decision Reporthe authored and share his insights on emerging threats from Russia, China, North Korea and a host of other internationalbad actors.

28 MIN2017 JUN 15
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Episode 39: Jon Condra on Dark Web Threats and Nation-State Attacks

Episode 38: Dave Shackleford on NIST Changes, WannaCry and Trump's Cyber Order

After a busy week in infosec, we needed help sorting the wheat from the chaff. Enter IANS most prolific and acerbic faculty member, Dave Shackleford, to deliver the smackdown of truth on proposed updates to the ubiquitous NIST Framework, the present and future states of ransomware in the age of WannaCry, and the real value of President Trump's new cybersecurity executive order.

29 MIN2017 MAY 22
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Episode 38: Dave Shackleford on NIST Changes, WannaCry and Trump's Cyber Order

Episode 37: Call Center and Phone Fraud with Pindrop's David Dewey

Special Guest David Dewey, head of research at Pindrop Security, drops by to talk about Pindrop's comprehensive report on the frightening state of call-center fraud. We discuss how phone fraudsters, aided by VOIP and other call-manipulation technologies, are costing large enterprises millions inaccount takeovers, fraudulent purchases and returns, bogus money transfers and the occasional mayhem just for the lulz.

22 MIN2017 MAY 12
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Episode 37: Call Center and Phone Fraud with Pindrop's David Dewey

Episode 36: Kevin Beaver on the Verizon DBIR and Our Perennial Security Shortcomings

If it's springtime in New England, it must be time for faculty member Kevin Beaver to join us on the podcast to examine the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report better known as the DBIR. This week we dive into the 10th annual report and talk about what the findings say about our seeming inability to eradicate even basic security shortcomings like lousypasswords, porous web apps and our insatiable penchant for clicking on stuff. Any stuff. Kevin and I also spend a few minutes talking about the Trump administration's efforts to improve security in federal government agencies and departments. And Kevin tells us why his passion for racing souped-up Mazda Miatas maybe isn't so crazy after all.

30 MIN2017 MAY 5
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Episode 36: Kevin Beaver on the Verizon DBIR and Our Perennial Security Shortcomings

Episode 35: George Gerchow on CASBs, Cloud Services Providers and the Reality of Security as Code

The IANS Podcast hitsthe road this week, meeting up with cloud expert and presentation powerhouse George Gerchow at our Washington DC Forum for a wide-ranging discussion of all things enterprise cloud security. George shares insights into the white-hot Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) market, and dishes on behind-the-curtain action at the Big 3 cloud providers. George also dives into SecDevOps, and talks about the need for coding savvy forinfosec leadersin the new"security as code" world. He also shares how his other life pursuit as an accomplished musician informs his work as an information security thought leader.

30 MIN2017 APR 14
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Episode 35: George Gerchow on CASBs, Cloud Services Providers and the Reality of Security as Code

Episode 34: Raffy Marty on the Truth About Machine Learning, AI and Advanced Analytics in Infosec

This week, IANS Faculty Raffy Marty stops by to dish on the buzz -- and the hype -- surrounding machine learning and artificial intelligence in security. The VP of all things analytics at Sophos also talks improvements in visualization, trends in endpoint protection, and the need for better asset inventories and data classification in today's enterprises.

36 MIN2017 MAR 31
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Episode 34: Raffy Marty on the Truth About Machine Learning, AI and Advanced Analytics in Infosec

Episode 33: Larry Walsh on Making Good MSSP Choices and Avoiding Vendor FUD in Pursuit of Better Security

Well-known IT security and services expert Lawrence Walsh joins methis week to share his deep insights for vetting and working with managed security services provider (MSSPs) in a variety of settings. Larry and I also shareawide-ranging discussion of infosec industry trends, hits and misses from the recent RSA Conference, and the impact of the Trump administration on the tech sector.

44 MIN2017 FEB 24
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Episode 33: Larry Walsh on Making Good MSSP Choices and Avoiding Vendor FUD in Pursuit of Better Security

Episode 32: David Kolb on the Soft Skills That Spell Infosec Success

This week I'm joined by IANS faculty member and Incite Learning founderDr. David C. Kolb to talk about his popular series of organizational engagement and leadership skills coursesnow in theirsecond year at the IANS Information Security Forums. David shares his thoughts on new sessionsfor 2017 targeting negotiation skills and the ability to thrive in the chaos that definesmost infosec environments. We also get in some Super Bowl talk and discuss how David'syears as an outdoorsman and Outward Bound program leader have informed his work helping corporate executives hone their soft skills.

36 MIN2017 FEB 11
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Episode 32: David Kolb on the Soft Skills That Spell Infosec Success

Latest Episodes

Rapid 7 Founder Chad Loder on the Evolution of Vulnerability Management and the Mistakes We Make in Infosec Training

This week we're joined by Rapid 7 founder and new IANS Faculty member Chad Loder to discuss the changing vulnerability scanning and management landscape and the need for more holistic, better integrated security awareness programs.

44 MIN2017 AUG 7
Comments
Rapid 7 Founder Chad Loder on the Evolution of Vulnerability Management and the Mistakes We Make in Infosec Training

Episode 40: Mark Clancy on the Petya-NotPetya Attacks and Tough Choices in Enterprise Defense

IANS Faculty Mark Clancy hops on the broadcast this week for a no-nonsense analysis of this week'sglobal Petya-like ransomware attack. Mark brings his decades of experience as a security consultant, enterprise defender and threat intelligence expert to this discussion of the evolution of cyber-weapons, the limitations of real-time incident response and the tough choices teams make to balance protections and productivity.

26 MIN2017 JUN 29
Comments
Episode 40: Mark Clancy on the Petya-NotPetya Attacks and Tough Choices in Enterprise Defense

Episode 39: Jon Condra on Dark Web Threats and Nation-State Attacks

It's dangerous world out there, and guys like Jon Condra are here to help us make sense of it. TheDirector of East Asian Research and Analysisat risk and threat intelligence firm Flashpoint, Jon joins me this week to talk about the recent Flashpoint Business Risk Intelligence Decision Reporthe authored and share his insights on emerging threats from Russia, China, North Korea and a host of other internationalbad actors.

28 MIN2017 JUN 15
Comments
Episode 39: Jon Condra on Dark Web Threats and Nation-State Attacks

Episode 38: Dave Shackleford on NIST Changes, WannaCry and Trump's Cyber Order

After a busy week in infosec, we needed help sorting the wheat from the chaff. Enter IANS most prolific and acerbic faculty member, Dave Shackleford, to deliver the smackdown of truth on proposed updates to the ubiquitous NIST Framework, the present and future states of ransomware in the age of WannaCry, and the real value of President Trump's new cybersecurity executive order.

29 MIN2017 MAY 22
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Episode 38: Dave Shackleford on NIST Changes, WannaCry and Trump's Cyber Order

Episode 37: Call Center and Phone Fraud with Pindrop's David Dewey

Special Guest David Dewey, head of research at Pindrop Security, drops by to talk about Pindrop's comprehensive report on the frightening state of call-center fraud. We discuss how phone fraudsters, aided by VOIP and other call-manipulation technologies, are costing large enterprises millions inaccount takeovers, fraudulent purchases and returns, bogus money transfers and the occasional mayhem just for the lulz.

22 MIN2017 MAY 12
Comments
Episode 37: Call Center and Phone Fraud with Pindrop's David Dewey

Episode 36: Kevin Beaver on the Verizon DBIR and Our Perennial Security Shortcomings

If it's springtime in New England, it must be time for faculty member Kevin Beaver to join us on the podcast to examine the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report better known as the DBIR. This week we dive into the 10th annual report and talk about what the findings say about our seeming inability to eradicate even basic security shortcomings like lousypasswords, porous web apps and our insatiable penchant for clicking on stuff. Any stuff. Kevin and I also spend a few minutes talking about the Trump administration's efforts to improve security in federal government agencies and departments. And Kevin tells us why his passion for racing souped-up Mazda Miatas maybe isn't so crazy after all.

30 MIN2017 MAY 5
Comments
Episode 36: Kevin Beaver on the Verizon DBIR and Our Perennial Security Shortcomings

Episode 35: George Gerchow on CASBs, Cloud Services Providers and the Reality of Security as Code

The IANS Podcast hitsthe road this week, meeting up with cloud expert and presentation powerhouse George Gerchow at our Washington DC Forum for a wide-ranging discussion of all things enterprise cloud security. George shares insights into the white-hot Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) market, and dishes on behind-the-curtain action at the Big 3 cloud providers. George also dives into SecDevOps, and talks about the need for coding savvy forinfosec leadersin the new"security as code" world. He also shares how his other life pursuit as an accomplished musician informs his work as an information security thought leader.

30 MIN2017 APR 14
Comments
Episode 35: George Gerchow on CASBs, Cloud Services Providers and the Reality of Security as Code

Episode 34: Raffy Marty on the Truth About Machine Learning, AI and Advanced Analytics in Infosec

This week, IANS Faculty Raffy Marty stops by to dish on the buzz -- and the hype -- surrounding machine learning and artificial intelligence in security. The VP of all things analytics at Sophos also talks improvements in visualization, trends in endpoint protection, and the need for better asset inventories and data classification in today's enterprises.

36 MIN2017 MAR 31
Comments
Episode 34: Raffy Marty on the Truth About Machine Learning, AI and Advanced Analytics in Infosec

Episode 33: Larry Walsh on Making Good MSSP Choices and Avoiding Vendor FUD in Pursuit of Better Security

Well-known IT security and services expert Lawrence Walsh joins methis week to share his deep insights for vetting and working with managed security services provider (MSSPs) in a variety of settings. Larry and I also shareawide-ranging discussion of infosec industry trends, hits and misses from the recent RSA Conference, and the impact of the Trump administration on the tech sector.

44 MIN2017 FEB 24
Comments
Episode 33: Larry Walsh on Making Good MSSP Choices and Avoiding Vendor FUD in Pursuit of Better Security

Episode 32: David Kolb on the Soft Skills That Spell Infosec Success

This week I'm joined by IANS faculty member and Incite Learning founderDr. David C. Kolb to talk about his popular series of organizational engagement and leadership skills coursesnow in theirsecond year at the IANS Information Security Forums. David shares his thoughts on new sessionsfor 2017 targeting negotiation skills and the ability to thrive in the chaos that definesmost infosec environments. We also get in some Super Bowl talk and discuss how David'syears as an outdoorsman and Outward Bound program leader have informed his work helping corporate executives hone their soft skills.

36 MIN2017 FEB 11
Comments
Episode 32: David Kolb on the Soft Skills That Spell Infosec Success