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Breach
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What really happens when a hacker snatches all your data? Breach digs into the who, why and how of history's most notorious data breaches. Hosted by journalist Bob Sullivan and producer/hacking victim Alia Tavakolian. Season 1 - a tech giant, a Russian conspiracy, and the greatest digital heist of all time.
 
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The Breach
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Step into The Breach as we expose and explore abuses of power in our government. Part of the Rewire.News podcast network.
 
Exclusive, insightful audio interviews by our staff with data breach/security leading practitioners and thought-leaders
 
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Hot Breach Podcast
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The hot new gaming podcast hosted by Get Flanked, Prodigio Pete and Rogue-9. If you are a Rainbow Six Siege or first person shooter fan, this podcast is definitely for you!
 
We're a group of four Malifaux enthusiasts that help new players with advice, personal experience, and entertainment in the steampunk streets.
 
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Breach
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What really happens when a hacker snatches all your data? Breach digs into the who, why and how of history's most notorious data breaches. Hosted by journalist Bob Sullivan and producer/hacking victim Alia Tavakolian. Season 1 - a tech giant, a Russian conspiracy, and the greatest digital heist of all time.
 
INTO THE BREACH! Discussing the happenings of the Church militant. Covering the joy and tears of world headlines and sometimes a Gospel or scripture reflection! Learn more about the battle at http://bit.ly/ITBpodcast 📿 Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/intothebreach/support
 
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Through the Breach
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Small time guy, with small time opinions on Magic the Gathering
 
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The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report takes a look at the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, including the outlook for enforcement and common misconceptions about its provisions.
 
Attorney Elizabeth Harding clears up confusion about certain provisions of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, including the issue of when organizations need to obtain a European consumer's consent to process their data.
 
In this episode we discuss the new and stricter team kill bans that are coming to Rainbow Six Siege and the Call of Duty Blackout Beta.
 
A key amendment to Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act goes into effect on Nov. 1. What are the baseline standards for compliance, and how does this change impact risk transfer and mitigation? Charlie Groves of CrowdStrike shares his views.
 
Making bigger advances in implementing nationwide health information exchange will require a multipronged effort, including getting patients more involved and using a variety of technical approaches, says Scott Stuewe, the new president and CEO of DirectTrust.
 
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of a new Government Accountability Office report on the causes of last year's massive Equifax breach. Also: An update on the role of tokenization in protecting payments.
 
The team assemble to discuss the launch of Grim Sky, the Call of Duty Battle Royale beta, Battlefield V beta, R6 DreamHack Montreal and the sticky question of whether or not one-hit-kill mechanics are a good thing in video games.
 
Effective "SecOps" involves revamping security processes that are inconsistent and ad hoc to make them targeted and consistent, says Rapid7 CEO Corey Thomas, who describes the roles of automation and orchestration.
 
Why did CISOs at a half-dozen leading healthcare organizations launch a new council aimed at standardizing vendor security risk management? One of those CISOs, John Houston of UPMC, explains why the group was launched, how it will work and why managing cloud vendor risks is a top priority.
 
Security technology innovations entering the market are getting attached as features to an infrastructure that is fundamentally broken and an enforcement model that cannot operate in real time, says Matthew Moynahan, CEO at Forcepoint.
 
Canada, which has a head start on the adoption of digital payments, has learned some valuable security lessons that could be beneficial to the U.S., says Gord Jamieson of Visa. He'll be a featured speaker at ISMG's Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit: Toronto, to be held Sept. 11-12.
 
Increasingly, threat hunting is a practice that enterprises want to understand and implement. But it is not always feasible to do so in-house, given the demand for resources and skills. That's where managed threat hunting enters, says CrowdStrike's Jennifer Ayers.
 
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features Barbara Simons, co-author of the book "Broken Ballots," discussing why she believes it's a "national disgrace" that some states are relying on computer voting with no provision for recounts. Also: Update on breach lawsuit against Premera Blue Cross.…
 
DevOps and the addition of the "Sec" or security element to it has led to significant progress in moving security up in the application development chain, says Gartner's Dale Gardner
 
With the midterm elections just around the corner, Barbara Simons, author of the election security book "Broken Ballots," explains why some voting computers remain inherently flawed.
 
Most enterprises are at least discussing security analytics. But how are they actually deploying these tools? And with what levels of automation and orchestration? Drew Gidwani of ThreatConnect shares insight on how to maximize analytics.
 
Nearly one-third of U.S. banking consumers use online and mobile fintech apps to help manage their money. But those users are concerned about data privacy and want more control over the financial data their apps can access, says David Fortney of The Clearing House, who reviews the results of a survey.…
 
Get_Flanked, Prodigio Pete, and Rogue 9 discuss the latest gaming news.Today they delve into Rainbow Six Siege with a look back at Operation Para Bellum and a look forward to Operation Grim Sky + Much More.
 
It’s taken nine months, but The Breach is back with an entirely new format. We found one story that was so compelling that we had to follow it wherever it led. This story is about pregnancy and drug use. It’s about Native people and tribal sovereignty. It’s about the search for justice. It’s a story nobody has told outside of a small community, ...…
 
The appropriate use of predictive analytics, going beyond a "set it and forget it" approach, could dramatically improve breach detection, says Teresa Grogan, CIO of the consultancy VertitechIT .
 
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report offers an update on how Russian bots and trolls are spreading misinformation on vaccines via social media - and the public health impact of the campaign. Plus: Tips on disaster recovery, internet of things security.
 
U.S. consumers now own about 870 million IoT devices. In an interview, Al Pascual of Javelin Strategy & Research, discusses the challenges involved in securing the exploding IoT landscape.
 
Industry analysts first coined the term Identity-as-a-Service, IDaaS in 2006. But today, the vast majority of IDaaS implementations still focus on the "A" - access management - leaving organizations to piece together the rest. IBM's Michael Bunyard discusses how to put "Identity" back in IDaaS.
 
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Companies that want to continue doing business globally will need to take privacy much more seriously, especially in light of increasingly strict new laws, ranging from the California Consumer Privacy Act to the EU's GDPR, says privacy and security expert Michelle Robles.
 
Get_Flanked, Prodigio Pete, and Rogue 9 discuss the latest gaming news.
 
The March SamSam ransomware attack in Atlanta is reported to have cost the city $17 million to resolve. The attackers had asked for a $51,000 bitcoin ransom, which the city refused to pay. But Gartner Research analyst Avivah Litan stresses that paying ransoms has more cons than pros.
 
Unsupervised machine learning is essential to mitigate the sophisticated cross-channel fraud techniques attackers are using to take advantage of the multiple silos and security gaps at financial institutions, says ThetaRay's James Heinzman
 
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: An analysis of why it may be too late to secure the 2018 U.S. midterm elections. Also: A close look at the Anthem breach lawsuit settlement and a report on ransomware recovery lessons learned.
 
Although the outlook for advancing interoperable, secure national health information exchange is promising, many significant challenges still must be overcome, says David Kibbe, M.D., founding president and outgoing CEO of DirectTrust.
 
Tom Field and Naresh Persaud of CA Technologies reflect on key findings from their recent Executive Roundtable on Modern IAM.
 
Some terms of the recent $115 million settlement in the class action lawsuit against health insurer Anthem tied to a 2015 cyberattack appear underwhelming for the victims, says attorney James DeGraw, who explains why.
 
Kaspersky Lab has discovered a new form of malware it calls Dark Tequila that has been targeting users in Mexico and stealing bank credentials and other personal and corporate data. The malware can move laterally through a computer while it's offline, says Dmitry Bestuzhev, a Kasperksy researcher.
 
Tom Field and Ben Smith of RSA Security reflect on key findings from their recent Executive Roundtable on business-driven security.
 
A phishing attack on Wednesday fueled by the Necurs botnet targeted at least 2,700 banking institutions of various sizes in the U.S. and around the world, explains Aaron Higbee of Cofense, which detected the attack.
 
Leading the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report: Chris Morales of the cybersecurity firm Vectra discusses how the industrial internet of things is changing the nature of industrial espionage and disruption.
 
The team get together to discuss the upcoming Operation "Grim Sky" for Rainbow Six Siege, as well as the Six Majors in Paris and some other games, such as: Black Ops 4, Battlefield 5, Insurgency Sandstorm and Red Dead Redemption 2!
 
Artificial intelligence and machine learning will have a significant impact on lowering the cost of securing an organization because it will reduce the need for advanced skillsets, predicts Rapid7's Richard Moseley.
 
Nick Holland and Chris Mizell of Arxan Technologies reflect on key findings from their recent Executive Roundtable on mobile security
 
Many medical device makers appear to building better cybersecurity into their products, but some manufacturers are still avoiding fixing vulnerabilities in legacy devices that pose potential safety risks, says security researcher Billy Rios, who discusses the latest flaws in some Medtronic cardiac devices.…
 
With the rise of the industrial internet of things comes a far broader attack surface in the manufacturing sector. Chris Morales of Vectra outlines findings of a new report on cyberattack trends in the manufacturing sector.
 
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Andrew figures out some Anchor features and puts them to the test. VERY first HEADLINES! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/intothebreach/support
 
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Ransomware. Phishing. Credential stuffing. These are among the top threats to financial institutions of all sizes. But small-to-midsized ones are particularly challenged to detect and respond to threats. Arctic Wolf's Todd Thiemann discusses the value of managed detection and response.
 
An analysis of the privacy issues Amazon will face as it dives deeper into the healthcare business leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also featured: A preview of ISMG's Security Summit in New York Aug. 14-15.
 
As the HIPAA security rule turns 20, it's time for regulators to make updates reflecting the changing cyberthreat landscape and technological evolution that's happened over the past two decades, says security expert Tom Walsh.
 
Forty-eight percent of customers drop the products and services of organizations that have had a publicly-disclosed data breach. This is but one of the findings of the new 2018 Global State of Online Digital Trust study commissioned by CA Technologies. CA's David Duncan analyzes the results.
 
The Hot Breach Podcast returns for the first official episode. Get Flanked, Rogue 9 & Prodigio Pete discuss the latest news in the World of Rainbow Six Siege and look ahead to their most anticipated Indie Shooter games of the year.
 
The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams recently announced the release of new training resources to help organizations build and improve product security incident response teams. Damir "Gaus" Rajnovic of FIRST discusses the global need for these resources.
 
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