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The Risk Science Podcast

Allison Miller, Chris Hayes, Alex Hutton and Jay J

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Allison Miller, Chris Hayes, Alex Hutton and Jay J

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Experiments in Risk Science

Latest Episodes

Episode 21: Lines of Defense

Episode 21: We catch up once again this the risk nerds. Alex, Ally, Chris and Jay talk about various goings on and Alex and Chris geek out over Lines of Defense. Episode 21: Lines of Defense

-1 s2016 JAN 29
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Episode 21: Lines of Defense

Episode 20: Catching up

Episode 20: Ally, Chris and Jay talk about various goings on, discussing stats class and sample sizes, enterprise risk management and communicating complexity. [audiohttps://risksciencepodcast.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/episode-20_-catching-up.mp3%5D Episode 2o: Catching up

-1 s2015 JUN 25
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Episode 20: Catching up

Episode 19: RSA Bound

We got the gang back together for a quick discussion of RSA 2015 which is a week away. We run through where we will speaking and the general goings-on expected of the week. Episode 19: RSA Bound

-1 s2015 APR 19
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Episode 19: RSA Bound

Episode 18: SIRACon Wrap Up

The whole gang is together again and we talk about SIRACon exceeding our expectations. Ally talks about a question from ISC2 discussions, Alex goes all Demming in Vienna and Chris kicks off a retrospective discussion of 2014. Episode 18: SIRACon Wrap Up

-1 s2014 DEC 3
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Episode 18: SIRACon Wrap Up

Episode 17: Insuring the Cybers

We discuss cyber insurance and SIRACon Episode 17: Insuring the Cybers

-1 s2014 SEP 9
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Episode 17: Insuring the Cybers

Episode 16: Superheroes of Risk

With the whole gang together again, we cover SIRACon and the all-star line up of speakers and slide into talking about who the superheroes of risk would be and wrap it up talking about Allison running for the ISC2 board. Episode 16: Superheroes of Risk

-1 s2014 AUG 21
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Episode 16: Superheroes of Risk

Episode 15: Not in Vegas

As most people in our profession prepare for the annual trek to Las Vegas, 3/4ths of us on the Risk Science podcast are not. In this episode, Ally, Alex, Chris and Jay discussAlly’s experience at the WEIS conference (http://weis2014.econinfosec.org/) then slide into the NIST Cyber Security Framework (again), and tackle a few listener questions. Episode […]

-1 s2014 AUG 4
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Episode 15: Not in Vegas

Episode 14: Talking DBIR

With the recent release of the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report(DBIR) we invited Wade Baker, the godfather of the DBIR, onto the podcast. Alex and Allison were able to ask questions of Wade and Jay about the DBIR. We wrap things up talking about Allison’s paper being accepted at WEIS. Episode 14: Talking DBIR

-1 s2014 MAY 15
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Episode 14: Talking DBIR

Episode 13: Normally Distributed

Alex, Chris, Allison and Jay are back at it. Discussing the take-aways they had from RSA and other goings-on and touch on data analysis, information sharing and we manage to get Allison going on PCI and her blog post at http://www.allymiller.info/blog/risk/2014/03/516/ Episode 13: Normally Distributed

-1 s2014 APR 7
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Episode 13: Normally Distributed

Episode 12: From Crawling to Baby Steps

The whole crew is together again to continue the discussion from Episode 11 about the early stages of a risk management program. We also pull in a question from a listener about setting capacity, appetite and limits. Chris introduces us to the “Advanced Measurement Approach” at http://www.fdic.gov/regulations/laws/publiccomments/basel/oprisk.pdf Episode 12: From Crawling to Baby Steps

-1 s2014 FEB 11
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Episode 12: From Crawling to Baby Steps
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Latest Episodes

Episode 21: Lines of Defense

Episode 21: We catch up once again this the risk nerds. Alex, Ally, Chris and Jay talk about various goings on and Alex and Chris geek out over Lines of Defense. Episode 21: Lines of Defense

-1 s2016 JAN 29
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Episode 21: Lines of Defense

Episode 20: Catching up

Episode 20: Ally, Chris and Jay talk about various goings on, discussing stats class and sample sizes, enterprise risk management and communicating complexity. [audiohttps://risksciencepodcast.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/episode-20_-catching-up.mp3%5D Episode 2o: Catching up

-1 s2015 JUN 25
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Episode 20: Catching up

Episode 19: RSA Bound

We got the gang back together for a quick discussion of RSA 2015 which is a week away. We run through where we will speaking and the general goings-on expected of the week. Episode 19: RSA Bound

-1 s2015 APR 19
Comments
Episode 19: RSA Bound

Episode 18: SIRACon Wrap Up

The whole gang is together again and we talk about SIRACon exceeding our expectations. Ally talks about a question from ISC2 discussions, Alex goes all Demming in Vienna and Chris kicks off a retrospective discussion of 2014. Episode 18: SIRACon Wrap Up

-1 s2014 DEC 3
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Episode 18: SIRACon Wrap Up

Episode 17: Insuring the Cybers

We discuss cyber insurance and SIRACon Episode 17: Insuring the Cybers

-1 s2014 SEP 9
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Episode 17: Insuring the Cybers

Episode 16: Superheroes of Risk

With the whole gang together again, we cover SIRACon and the all-star line up of speakers and slide into talking about who the superheroes of risk would be and wrap it up talking about Allison running for the ISC2 board. Episode 16: Superheroes of Risk

-1 s2014 AUG 21
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Episode 16: Superheroes of Risk

Episode 15: Not in Vegas

As most people in our profession prepare for the annual trek to Las Vegas, 3/4ths of us on the Risk Science podcast are not. In this episode, Ally, Alex, Chris and Jay discussAlly’s experience at the WEIS conference (http://weis2014.econinfosec.org/) then slide into the NIST Cyber Security Framework (again), and tackle a few listener questions. Episode […]

-1 s2014 AUG 4
Comments
Episode 15: Not in Vegas

Episode 14: Talking DBIR

With the recent release of the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report(DBIR) we invited Wade Baker, the godfather of the DBIR, onto the podcast. Alex and Allison were able to ask questions of Wade and Jay about the DBIR. We wrap things up talking about Allison’s paper being accepted at WEIS. Episode 14: Talking DBIR

-1 s2014 MAY 15
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Episode 14: Talking DBIR

Episode 13: Normally Distributed

Alex, Chris, Allison and Jay are back at it. Discussing the take-aways they had from RSA and other goings-on and touch on data analysis, information sharing and we manage to get Allison going on PCI and her blog post at http://www.allymiller.info/blog/risk/2014/03/516/ Episode 13: Normally Distributed

-1 s2014 APR 7
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Episode 13: Normally Distributed

Episode 12: From Crawling to Baby Steps

The whole crew is together again to continue the discussion from Episode 11 about the early stages of a risk management program. We also pull in a question from a listener about setting capacity, appetite and limits. Chris introduces us to the “Advanced Measurement Approach” at http://www.fdic.gov/regulations/laws/publiccomments/basel/oprisk.pdf Episode 12: From Crawling to Baby Steps

-1 s2014 FEB 11
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Episode 12: From Crawling to Baby Steps
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