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The Hurricane Labs InfoSec Podcast features the clashing of swords and witty banter about the latest security topics. Listen in as we discuss headlines, hacks, tech tips, Splunk stuff, and more!

Latest Episodes

Improving Security Defenses with MITRE ATT&CK: Part 2

In part 2 of this podcast series, Heather Terry welcomes members of the Hurricane Labs SOC team, Brian Karrigan, Kurt Wolfe, and Meredith Kasper, to continue the discussion about the MITRE ATT&CK framework. This episode provides a few more details about what setting up the framework is like and what our team is excited about with MITRE as we move forward. Also, make sure you check out some of the related resources mentioned during this episode: MITRE ATT&CK Framework Q&A: What Red and Blue Teamers Should Knowblog post by Meredith Kasper, Pentester, Hurricane Labs MITRE ATT&CK: Finding the Right Frame(work) for Your Mapblog post by Brian Karrigan, SOC Analyst Tier II / Implementation, Hurricane Labs Man and Machine: A Look at Neurotechnology blog post by Jeremy Nenadal, Splunk Admin II, Hurricane Labs A Day in the Life of a SOC Architect blog post by John Blainer, SOC Analyst II, Hurricane Labs Hurricane Labs Careers – We are currently hiring for SOC and Splunk Development positions. Apply today! Click here for a transcript of our chat.

12 min2 d ago
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Improving Security Defenses with MITRE ATT&CK: Part 2

Improving Security Defenses with MITRE ATT&CK: Part 1

On today's show, Heather Terry welcomes Bill Mathews, Hurricane Labs' Owner and CTO, and Josh Silvestro, Hurricane Labs' SOC Tier II Team Lead, to discuss the MITRE ATT&CK framework. This conversation provides insight into what the framework is and its value to security teams. Also, make sure you check out some of the related resources mentioned during this episode: MITRE ATT&CK Framework Q&A: What Red and Blue Teamers Should Knowblog post by Meredith Kasper, Pentester, Hurricane Labs MITRE ATT&CK: Finding the Right Frame(work) for Your Mapblog post by Brian Karrigan, SOC Analyst Tier II / Implementation, Hurricane Labs Click here for a transcript of our conversation.

14 min4 d ago
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Improving Security Defenses with MITRE ATT&CK: Part 1

Straight from the SOC: Team Interview with Heather Terry and Hurricane Labs

On today’s show, Heather Terry welcomes three members of the Hurricane Labs' SOC (security operations center) team to share a bit about their career journeys, to answer some of the infosec questions we’ve been asked via social media, and to talk about how they deal with burnout. Also, make sure to check out some of the resources mentioned during this episode: Building Virtual Machine Labs: A Hands-On Guidebook by Tony Robinson, Senior Security Operations Analyst, Hurricane Labs 5 Insider Tips for Preventing Burnout in Cybersecurityblog post by Meredith Kasper, Pentester, Hurricane Labs MITRE ATT&CK Framework Q&A: What Red and Blue Teamers Should Know blog post by Meredith Kasper, Pentester, Hurricane Labs MITRE ATT&CK: Finding the Right Frame(work) for Your Map blog post by Brian Karrigan, SOC Analyst Tier II / Implementation, Hurricane Labs Click here for a transcript of the discussion.

28 minJUL 7
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Straight from the SOC: Team Interview with Heather Terry and Hurricane Labs

The Women in Tech-quila Episode: Raising a Toast to Women in STEM

In this podcast, Hurricane Labs Technical Writer Heather Terry, and VIP guest Hurricane Labs Director of Marketing Kelsey Clark, raise a toast to the Women in Tech 24-hour Virtual World Tour and chat about the highlights of their experience.Thanks for tuning in. Cheers! Also, make sure you check out some of the fabulous resources we mention on the episode: Women in Tech The S.H.E. Strategy 5 Things First-Time Virtual Conference Goers Should Know Click here for a transcript of our chat.

11 minJUN 6
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The Women in Tech-quila Episode: Raising a Toast to Women in STEM

Reflections on the Technical Communication Summit 2020

In this podcast, Hurricane Labs Technical Writer Heather Terry talks about her experience at the Technical Communication Summit of 2020. Read the episode here.

5 minMAY 29
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Reflections on the Technical Communication Summit 2020

Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: The "We may be broken, but we still know some stuff about Splunk" Episode

Welcome back to the Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk! Your podcast hosts on this episode are Kelsey, Tom, and Brian (somehow all of usare apparently very broken, but we've still managed to get a few thoughts out about Splunk). In this episode wewill be discussing quite a few topics, including: [0:00 - 0:36 seconds]Time dedicated to ourabsolutely amazing host intros... [00:37 - 4:25 minutes]The Hurricane Labs in-house created Broken Hosts App for Splunk, because we don't want you to find out your data is missing before you go to search for it. You can find the app on thefeatured section of our very ownSplunk Apps page. [4:26 - 9:18 minutes]Some of the cool new features that are a part of Splunk 7.1 (Note: there are a few things mentioned here that have either come and gone, or that Splunk has addressed since the recording of the podcast). We have alsocreated a couple of related screencasts about Goodbye Changeme and an overview of what the 7.1 UI looks like.Make sure you check those...

24 min2018 JUN 7
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Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: The "We may be broken, but we still know some stuff about Splunk" Episode

IoT: But y tho?

duh duh duhhhh the INTERNET OF THINGS *said in a loud, obnoxious wrestling announcer style voice* Podcast Topic (aka rant): On this episodeKelsey, Josh, Rob and Tim will be chatting (and yelling) about the Internet of Things... Kelsey's Disclaimer:Kelsey personally apologizes for any vulgar language that may occur during the podcast XD Are you asking some of the samequestions below? Then pop in those earpods and listen in! Why would I possibly want a smartwatch? What in the heck does "IoT" actually mean? Why would I want my toaster on the Internet? What makes security different for IoT devices? We can't even secure printers tho...? Is the "convenience" worth the risk? Related articles and plugs: Nest App for Splunk Confessions of a Consumer IoT Skeptic Hacker Claims He Hacked 150,000 Printers to 'Raise Awareness' About Hacking The 'internet of things' will invade your home, whether you like it or not The Internet of Things: Five critical questions IoT Series: "Roxanne" App for Splun...

46 min2017 FEB 11
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IoT: But y tho?

Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Third Edition

Hey Splunkers, it's been a while, but we're back! This is the Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Third Edition, and we're going to call this the "It's not magic, it's Splunk" segment. Your hosts on this podcast are Kelsey Clark (marketing person who no longer wants to host this particular podcast), Steve McMaster (SOC department lead), Tom Kopchak (Splunk admin department lead), and Tim Baldwin (who gets told what to do by Steve and Tom, is the only one who actually does any work, and is one of HL's Splunk engineers). ;) In this podcast, we'll be discussing Tim and Tom's .conf presentation highlights surrounding Splunk and monitoring, as well as conversing about new and upcoming features that connect with the admin side of things and also some of the improvements we're seeing on the security side of things. Disclaimer: We like to keep these podcasts interesting and informative, as well as realistic and down to earth; however, gotta toss it out there that we do NOT speak on the entir...

42 min2016 OCT 27
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Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Third Edition

Isn't ransomware hosted in Transylvania?

(...but really). Is ransomware the biggest threat in cybersecurity right now? Which side of the "to pay, or not to pay" argument do we land on?What does the future of ransomware look like?How do enterprises and users avoid this malicious software that locks down their critical business data? These and other questions (that are less ridiculous than the podcast title), will be discussed by Kelsey Clark (host and marketing person), Corey Ham (penetration tester), Tom Kopchak (doer of stuff and things), and Marc Fears (SOC team and first time podcaster!). This is Episode .09: The "Isn't ransomware hosted in Transylvania?" Episode.Listen if you dare... Articles of reference: A Short History & Evolution of RansomwareRansomware is now the biggest cybersecurity threatLA Hospital Hit By Ransomware Pays Hackers $17,000: Is It The Right Choice?FBI Reaffirms Stance Not to Pay Ransomware AttackersCanary in the ransomware mineCisco Talos Blog - Ransomware: Past, Present, and FutureCryptoworms: Th...

47 min2016 MAY 14
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Isn't ransomware hosted in Transylvania?

Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Second Edition

Our big topic of discussion is Splunk Cloud - the good, the bad, and the ugly; we also cover some of theinteresting features of Enterprise Security 4.0, including some things about Tim's favorite new feature; Cameron (CAMRON!) has *** Cameron's "Rant Sesh" Section***;Kelsey gets fired;and basically we have lots of opinions (as perusual) and a few REALLY amazing segues throughout our podcast. So, listen in to your hosts: Bill Mathews(@billford), Tim Baldwin, Cameron Schmidt, and Kelsey Clark(@unfoldmybrain),(if you dare...) for some authentic Splunk insights. Kelsey's Announcements: On the podcast Kelsey gives a quick review of the Hurricane Labs Cleveland and Pittsburgh Splunk> User Groups we hosted in February. We're also looking to improve these events moving forward, so if you have any cool ideas that are more hands-on and interactive, or topics will generally be advantageous to you as the user, feel free to reach out to Kelsey at kelsey@hurricanelabs.com. Other Notes: If you're ...

32 min2016 MAR 17
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Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Second Edition

Latest Episodes

Improving Security Defenses with MITRE ATT&CK: Part 2

In part 2 of this podcast series, Heather Terry welcomes members of the Hurricane Labs SOC team, Brian Karrigan, Kurt Wolfe, and Meredith Kasper, to continue the discussion about the MITRE ATT&CK framework. This episode provides a few more details about what setting up the framework is like and what our team is excited about with MITRE as we move forward. Also, make sure you check out some of the related resources mentioned during this episode: MITRE ATT&CK Framework Q&A: What Red and Blue Teamers Should Knowblog post by Meredith Kasper, Pentester, Hurricane Labs MITRE ATT&CK: Finding the Right Frame(work) for Your Mapblog post by Brian Karrigan, SOC Analyst Tier II / Implementation, Hurricane Labs Man and Machine: A Look at Neurotechnology blog post by Jeremy Nenadal, Splunk Admin II, Hurricane Labs A Day in the Life of a SOC Architect blog post by John Blainer, SOC Analyst II, Hurricane Labs Hurricane Labs Careers – We are currently hiring for SOC and Splunk Development positions. Apply today! Click here for a transcript of our chat.

12 min2 d ago
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Improving Security Defenses with MITRE ATT&CK: Part 2

Improving Security Defenses with MITRE ATT&CK: Part 1

On today's show, Heather Terry welcomes Bill Mathews, Hurricane Labs' Owner and CTO, and Josh Silvestro, Hurricane Labs' SOC Tier II Team Lead, to discuss the MITRE ATT&CK framework. This conversation provides insight into what the framework is and its value to security teams. Also, make sure you check out some of the related resources mentioned during this episode: MITRE ATT&CK Framework Q&A: What Red and Blue Teamers Should Knowblog post by Meredith Kasper, Pentester, Hurricane Labs MITRE ATT&CK: Finding the Right Frame(work) for Your Mapblog post by Brian Karrigan, SOC Analyst Tier II / Implementation, Hurricane Labs Click here for a transcript of our conversation.

14 min4 d ago
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Improving Security Defenses with MITRE ATT&CK: Part 1

Straight from the SOC: Team Interview with Heather Terry and Hurricane Labs

On today’s show, Heather Terry welcomes three members of the Hurricane Labs' SOC (security operations center) team to share a bit about their career journeys, to answer some of the infosec questions we’ve been asked via social media, and to talk about how they deal with burnout. Also, make sure to check out some of the resources mentioned during this episode: Building Virtual Machine Labs: A Hands-On Guidebook by Tony Robinson, Senior Security Operations Analyst, Hurricane Labs 5 Insider Tips for Preventing Burnout in Cybersecurityblog post by Meredith Kasper, Pentester, Hurricane Labs MITRE ATT&CK Framework Q&A: What Red and Blue Teamers Should Know blog post by Meredith Kasper, Pentester, Hurricane Labs MITRE ATT&CK: Finding the Right Frame(work) for Your Map blog post by Brian Karrigan, SOC Analyst Tier II / Implementation, Hurricane Labs Click here for a transcript of the discussion.

28 minJUL 7
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Straight from the SOC: Team Interview with Heather Terry and Hurricane Labs

The Women in Tech-quila Episode: Raising a Toast to Women in STEM

In this podcast, Hurricane Labs Technical Writer Heather Terry, and VIP guest Hurricane Labs Director of Marketing Kelsey Clark, raise a toast to the Women in Tech 24-hour Virtual World Tour and chat about the highlights of their experience.Thanks for tuning in. Cheers! Also, make sure you check out some of the fabulous resources we mention on the episode: Women in Tech The S.H.E. Strategy 5 Things First-Time Virtual Conference Goers Should Know Click here for a transcript of our chat.

11 minJUN 6
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The Women in Tech-quila Episode: Raising a Toast to Women in STEM

Reflections on the Technical Communication Summit 2020

In this podcast, Hurricane Labs Technical Writer Heather Terry talks about her experience at the Technical Communication Summit of 2020. Read the episode here.

5 minMAY 29
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Reflections on the Technical Communication Summit 2020

Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: The "We may be broken, but we still know some stuff about Splunk" Episode

Welcome back to the Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk! Your podcast hosts on this episode are Kelsey, Tom, and Brian (somehow all of usare apparently very broken, but we've still managed to get a few thoughts out about Splunk). In this episode wewill be discussing quite a few topics, including: [0:00 - 0:36 seconds]Time dedicated to ourabsolutely amazing host intros... [00:37 - 4:25 minutes]The Hurricane Labs in-house created Broken Hosts App for Splunk, because we don't want you to find out your data is missing before you go to search for it. You can find the app on thefeatured section of our very ownSplunk Apps page. [4:26 - 9:18 minutes]Some of the cool new features that are a part of Splunk 7.1 (Note: there are a few things mentioned here that have either come and gone, or that Splunk has addressed since the recording of the podcast). We have alsocreated a couple of related screencasts about Goodbye Changeme and an overview of what the 7.1 UI looks like.Make sure you check those...

24 min2018 JUN 7
Comments
Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: The "We may be broken, but we still know some stuff about Splunk" Episode

IoT: But y tho?

duh duh duhhhh the INTERNET OF THINGS *said in a loud, obnoxious wrestling announcer style voice* Podcast Topic (aka rant): On this episodeKelsey, Josh, Rob and Tim will be chatting (and yelling) about the Internet of Things... Kelsey's Disclaimer:Kelsey personally apologizes for any vulgar language that may occur during the podcast XD Are you asking some of the samequestions below? Then pop in those earpods and listen in! Why would I possibly want a smartwatch? What in the heck does "IoT" actually mean? Why would I want my toaster on the Internet? What makes security different for IoT devices? We can't even secure printers tho...? Is the "convenience" worth the risk? Related articles and plugs: Nest App for Splunk Confessions of a Consumer IoT Skeptic Hacker Claims He Hacked 150,000 Printers to 'Raise Awareness' About Hacking The 'internet of things' will invade your home, whether you like it or not The Internet of Things: Five critical questions IoT Series: "Roxanne" App for Splun...

46 min2017 FEB 11
Comments
IoT: But y tho?

Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Third Edition

Hey Splunkers, it's been a while, but we're back! This is the Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Third Edition, and we're going to call this the "It's not magic, it's Splunk" segment. Your hosts on this podcast are Kelsey Clark (marketing person who no longer wants to host this particular podcast), Steve McMaster (SOC department lead), Tom Kopchak (Splunk admin department lead), and Tim Baldwin (who gets told what to do by Steve and Tom, is the only one who actually does any work, and is one of HL's Splunk engineers). ;) In this podcast, we'll be discussing Tim and Tom's .conf presentation highlights surrounding Splunk and monitoring, as well as conversing about new and upcoming features that connect with the admin side of things and also some of the improvements we're seeing on the security side of things. Disclaimer: We like to keep these podcasts interesting and informative, as well as realistic and down to earth; however, gotta toss it out there that we do NOT speak on the entir...

42 min2016 OCT 27
Comments
Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Third Edition

Isn't ransomware hosted in Transylvania?

(...but really). Is ransomware the biggest threat in cybersecurity right now? Which side of the "to pay, or not to pay" argument do we land on?What does the future of ransomware look like?How do enterprises and users avoid this malicious software that locks down their critical business data? These and other questions (that are less ridiculous than the podcast title), will be discussed by Kelsey Clark (host and marketing person), Corey Ham (penetration tester), Tom Kopchak (doer of stuff and things), and Marc Fears (SOC team and first time podcaster!). This is Episode .09: The "Isn't ransomware hosted in Transylvania?" Episode.Listen if you dare... Articles of reference: A Short History & Evolution of RansomwareRansomware is now the biggest cybersecurity threatLA Hospital Hit By Ransomware Pays Hackers $17,000: Is It The Right Choice?FBI Reaffirms Stance Not to Pay Ransomware AttackersCanary in the ransomware mineCisco Talos Blog - Ransomware: Past, Present, and FutureCryptoworms: Th...

47 min2016 MAY 14
Comments
Isn't ransomware hosted in Transylvania?

Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Second Edition

Our big topic of discussion is Splunk Cloud - the good, the bad, and the ugly; we also cover some of theinteresting features of Enterprise Security 4.0, including some things about Tim's favorite new feature; Cameron (CAMRON!) has *** Cameron's "Rant Sesh" Section***;Kelsey gets fired;and basically we have lots of opinions (as perusual) and a few REALLY amazing segues throughout our podcast. So, listen in to your hosts: Bill Mathews(@billford), Tim Baldwin, Cameron Schmidt, and Kelsey Clark(@unfoldmybrain),(if you dare...) for some authentic Splunk insights. Kelsey's Announcements: On the podcast Kelsey gives a quick review of the Hurricane Labs Cleveland and Pittsburgh Splunk> User Groups we hosted in February. We're also looking to improve these events moving forward, so if you have any cool ideas that are more hands-on and interactive, or topics will generally be advantageous to you as the user, feel free to reach out to Kelsey at kelsey@hurricanelabs.com. Other Notes: If you're ...

32 min2016 MAR 17
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Hurricane Labs Podcast for Splunk: Second Edition
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