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Security Conversations covers the business of cybersecurity, from the lens of veteran journalist and storyteller Ryan Naraine. Thoughtful conversations with security practitioners on threat intelligence, zero trust, securing cloud deployments, penetration testing, bug bounties, advancements in offensive research and targeted malware espionage activity. Connect with Ryan on Twitter (Open DMs).
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to chronic and rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work. This inspired our new podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis and explore the heart of the experience. Our goal is to shed light on the paths that patients walk and highlight different perspectives. We hope their stories help to educate you about chronic illness.
 
Radio talk show 'One Voice from Africa ... to the World' broadcasts to a global audience via the Social Media and is hosted by South African native, Kenneth Hieber. Ever skillful as a presenter and with a captivating voice, Hieber seamlessly blends his two greatest passions -- Travel and Music -- and transports his listeners on ‘Musical Journeys’ to exotic destinations. When he is not talking about international travel to exotic destinations, Kenneth Hieber interviews well-known internationa ...
 
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Josh Schwartz, aka FuzzyNop, oversees offensive security, product engineering, and security engagement functions at Verizon Media (soon to be Yahoo). He shares insights on red-teaming, overcoming the adversarial relationship between red/blue teams. chasing the "feeling" of being secure, and why there's a need for more empathy in cybersecurity. (Epi…
 
Netflix threat detection and response practitioner Michael Laventure joins the show to talk about a simple goal to "do security better." We discuss a transition from .gov security work to the fast pace of Silicon Valley, the culture clashes that can make life difficult, the value of threat-intelligence to a modern security program, and why we shoul…
 
Founding-member of the Google security team Heather Adkins joins the conversation to stress the importance of defenders playing the "long-game," the need for meaningful culture-change among security leaders, the expansion of zero-trust beyond identities and devices, and some thoughts on the future of electronic voting. Sponsored by Eclypsium: Eclyp…
 
Facebook product security leader Collin Greene joins the show to discuss philosophies around securing code at scale, the pros and cons of relying on bug-bounty programs, the humbling lessons from being on the wrong side of a malicious hack, and why "shift-left" should be the priority for every defender. Links: Six Buckets of Product Security Outcom…
 
Former head of offensive security research at NVIDIA Alex Matrosov joins the show to talk about the state of security at the firmware layer, the need for specialized reverse engineering skills, the limits of bug-bounty programs for hardware research, and the future of advanced malware analysis. Links: Alex Matrosov on LinkedIn Modern Bootkit Trends…
 
Charles Nwatu is an engineering manager in Netflix's Security, Technology Assurance & Risk organization. He joins Ryan on the show to talk about a career pivot from U.S. gov service into cybersecurity in Silicon Valley, the exciting parts of compliance and risk management, and why newcomers should consider jobs in SOCs to kickstart security careers…
 
Director of Internet Analyis at Kentik, Doug Madory, joins the podcast to shed light on the mysterious appearance of unused IPv4 space belonging to the US Department of Defense: the strange connection to a Florida company now managing the world's largest honeypot; the odd Inauguration Day timing of this discovery;, and why enterprise network defend…
 
Sponsored by Eclypsium Chris Castaldo has a fascinating career in cybersecurity. A U.S. army veteran who dabbled in tech during the early 2000s dot-com boom before settling on security, Castaldo is now CISO at Crossbeam and a decision-maker with a bird's eye view into how the should be protected. Castaldo joins Ryan on the show to talk about his ne…
 
Shubham Shah is a brilliant hacker who quit his pen-testing job to hack for cash in bug-bounty programs. He quickly mastered the game of automating automating pre-breach reconnaissance and zero in on common webapp programming and configuration errors. Shubs, now co-founder at Assetnote, joined Ryan on the show to talk about the stressful life of a …
 
Newly appointed Executive Editor at VentureBeat Fahmida Rashid joins the show to talk about her introduction to computer networking in school, her winding path into cybersecurity journalism, the security stories worth telling, the venture capital ecosystem, and the surge in unicorn cybersecurity startups. Links: Follow Fahmida on Twitter Fahmida Ra…
 
Microsoft's David Weston joins Ryan on the show to discuss a new report that shows 83% of organizations have been hit by a firmware attack in the last two years. As businesses continue to under-invest in resources to prevent firmware attacks, Weston warns about the inevitability of advanced attacks at the 'invisible' layer, the absence of skills an…
 
At age 16, Lena Smart finished high school and went into the workforce. At the time, a university degree and advanced education were not available to her in a single-parent household in Scotland. Today, she is CISO of MongoDB, a $16 billion company with thousands of employees around the world and she is a leading voice on education and talent-ident…
 
Patrick Howell O’Neill is the cybersecurity senior editor for MIT Technology Review. In this out-of-band episode of the show, Patrick joins Ryan to discuss his latest scoop on Google Project Zero's visibility into malware used in a Western .gov counter-terrorism operation, the tricky nature of attributing nation-state backed attacks, Apple's iOS be…
 
After a 20-year career working in the offensive security reseach trenches, security industry pioneer Nico Waisman made the transition to defense to head up privacy and security efforts at ride-sharing firm Lyft. Waisman joins Ryan Naraine on the show to talk about early hacking in Argentina, the contributions of non-Americans to the security indust…
 
Ron Brash joins Ryan Naraine on the show to talk about the recent water supply hack, the state of security in ICS/SCADA installations, the checklist of affordable things for critical infrastructure defenders, and the things we should worry -- and not worry -- about. Ron is Director of Cyber Security Insights at Verve Industrial Protection, a critic…
 
This is the republication of an interview first conducted in March 2013 with then-VUPEN chief executive Chauki Bekrar. The audio file was lost in several podcast platform transfers and I'm glad to be able to retain this interview for historical purposes. The recording was conducted in the hallways of the CanSecWest Pwn2Own hacking contest in 2013 w…
 
Ashley Scott Meyers Ashley Scott Meyers is a filmmaker and a podcaster, and I have been listening to his SellingYourScreenplay.com podcast for a few years now, and I have enjoyed it a lot. Having Ashley as a guest on my podcast is a wonderful opportunity for me to ask him all the questions that I have thought when I have been listening to his podca…
 
Johanna Anttila, Karolyn Castaldo and Stephanie Coats Today I had a wonderful talk with three guests at the same time! Actor Johanna Anttila connected with us from Finland. She is one of the leads in the movie Couples of Wife Carrying, in which I act in as well. She plays a Finnish competitor in the film. The second guest is Karolyn Castaldo, who i…
 
Do you need a little motivation? Inspiration? On this episode of the Rare Perspectives podcast, we certainly felt both motivated and inspired after speaking with returning guest Jordan Martin, Hemophilia B patient, personal trainer, state champion wrestler, and inspirational voice in the chronic disease community. Tune in for some words of wisdom f…
 
Journalist-turned-intel analyst Selena Larson joins the podcast to discuss the nuances of cybersecurity journalism, making the shift to analyzing intelligence and writing for a private audience, the ransomware epidemic, and the state of critical infrastructure security. Links: Selena Larson Presentations Follow Selena on Twitter Selena Larson on Br…
 
As we kick off a new season of Rare Perspectives, listen to our conversation with Terry Staletovich, attorney for ACCESS, PSI’s legal program that helps and represents chronically ill patients in the complex field of healthcare and insurance. In this episode, we dive into disability help and SSDI assistance, COVID’s effect on the legal process, pat…
 
Dan Pastewka and Evan James Bochetto Evan James Bochetto and Dan Pastewka, along with Brad Kula, are the creators of the comedy film Couples of Wife Carrying. Evan directed and was a co-writer of the film, while Dan is the producer. I play a Finnish wife-carrier Jarkko Karjalainen in the movie. My apologies for the sound quality of the podcast. We …
 
Gusto chief security officer Fredrick 'Flee' Lee talks about his passion for democratizing security, solving problems for small businesses, the responsibilities of being a black security leader, and the people and experiences that influenced him along the way. Links: Gusto Appoints Fredrick Lee Chief Security Officer Secret CSO: Fredrick "Flee" Lee…
 
TechCrunch security writer Zack Whittaker stumbled into journalism while in college and has carved a successful career covering cybersecurity the last decade. He joins the podcast to talk about landing at ZDNet out of university and some lucky breaks along the way. Zack also talks about the trials of living and working with Tourette syndrome.…
 
Netflix security leader Jason Chan talks about the connections between ultra-marathons and running a robust security program, his view of the defender's top priorities, the talent shortage in cybersecurity, and the shifting patterns that drive secure code delivery. Links: Jason's ultra-marathon photos Keynote: Keeping Developers and Security Teams …
 
Jukka Åkerman Jukka! This episode is in Finnish. Jukka did sound design for our feature film Insanity (Vihanpidot), which I directed. I didn’t know him beforehand, but we have been staying in quite close contact lately during the post-production and release process of the film. The movie has just been released for streaming in Finland (on Elisa Vii…
 
After a career in government that included physical security work for the U.S. State Department, Matt Honea transitioned to Silicon Valley and turned his attention to the cyber-insurance space. He joins the podcast for a frank discussion on cyber-insurance, ransomware payments and trends, and his opinions on innovation in security. Links: Matt Hone…
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work.This inspired our new podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis, and explore the heart of the experience!On this episode, we are honored to welcome PSI’s new CEO…
 
Cybersecurity journalist and author Andy Greenberg joins the podcast to talk about his career as a journalist, the ins-and-outs of negotiating a big story with sources, the intricacies of writing a good book, and some of his biggest stories to date. Links: Follow Andy Greenberg on Twitter Andy Greenberg's Wired bio Sandworm: A New Era of Cyberwar a…
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work.This inspired our new podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis, and explore the heart of the experience!On this episode, we welcome Amy Jackson who serves as a …
 
Irina Tundra Irina Tundra is a Finnish stripper. We have a very interesting talk about the realities of being in her profession, what got her started, and why she’s a stripper. She tells about how she first got interested in the profession, and also how she studied in an university before becoming a stripper. We also talk about what’s the differenc…
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work.This inspired our new podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis, and explore the heart of the experience!On this episode, we welcome our dear friend Lisa Wright …
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work.This inspired podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis, and explore the heart of the experience!This week on Rare Perspectives, we caught up with PSI’s Nathan T…
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work.This inspired podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis, and explore the heart of the experience!On this episode, our dear friend, Amee Ireland, PSI patient and …
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work. This inspired podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis, and explore the heart of the experience! On this episode, meet Bill Bellnap. At 76, Bill was recently d…
 
Stephen Lee Subscribe on Apple Podcasts I met Stephen a couple of years ago when we were working on a trailer for an UFO film which eventually never happened. But we spend a couple of fun and intense nights in wintery Finnish forest. I didn’t know much about Stephen then, but during this discussion I’m finding quite a lot new things about him. In a…
 
Ulla Virtanen Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Ulla! This episode is in Finnish. Ulla and I have worked together since 2007, so it has been a while. We both are also members of Finnish improv group VSOP. This is a great talk with someone who I have known for long time, and now we had a wonderful chance to sit down and talk in peace. Ulla has worked in q…
 
Tea Khalifa Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Tea! This episode is in Finnish. I got to know Tea for the first time two years ago. She has had a wonderful career in Finland, mainly hosting the biggest TV shows of the country. Two years ago she took a new step in her life moving to Los Angeles, and we talk about that. She tells how it has been starting ev…
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work.This inspired podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis, and explore the heart of the experience!On this episode, meet Tony Castaldo. Tony is a co-founder of HAE…
 
After a career in diplomacy at the U.S. State Department, Uber's Brooke Pearson headed to Silicon Valley to find a new path in cybersecurity. We chat about her early interest in Russia and international relations, a life-changing chance encounter during an airport layover, using non-traditional skills to find success in tech, and her passion for he…
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work.This inspired podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis, and explore the heart of the experience!On this episode, we conclude our conversation with Broadway acto…
 
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