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Discover the unique, strange, and often hilarious stories behind what it takes to lead cybersecurity efforts in an organization. Developed by Cisco, Security Stories is an interview-based podcast full of insights from those who are carving a path in this weird and wonderful industry. Discover more at https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/security/securitystories.html
 
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Recorded Sept. 25, 2020 –Today is Nigel’s last episode as a regular host of BWT. Join us in wishing him a happy transition to his next chapter - as we all know, Nigel won’t ever actually retire. Today’s show is us chatting with Nigel - about his career and his take on the industry as he entered, and now as he moves on to whatever comes next. Every …
 
It’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month! And you know what that means? It’s time to make everyone more aware! Since we all have that special someone in our lives who could use a refresher on internet hygenie, we figured it was time to talk about bringing up the topic of security to your friends and family who may not be as computer literate as…
 
This week's episode features a conversation with Master Talos and girl Mia Rose! Master Talos is a Dominant Leatherman who has spent many years in the lifestyle and thrives on continual learning. Founder of the House of Talos whose message thrives on promoting and making education available. He considers his Family to be guardians of our Leather va…
 
Tonights episode features part one of our conversations with Ms. Michelle and Mx. Symphonee! Ms. Michelle is a classically trained Master currently living outside of Orlando, FL. She has officially been in the lifestyle for 10 years but, believes she’s been kinky her whole life. Ms. Michelle is a Bi (Queer) polyamorous, sensual sadistic, Dominant w…
 
Today's Full Stack Journey episode explores the Crossplane project, which uses APIs in Kubernetes and public cloud providers to allow you to provision and manage cloud services and infrastructure from Kubernetes. Crossplane maintainer Daniel Mangum is our guide. The post Full Stack Journey 047: Using Kubernetes And Crossplane To Provision Cloud Inf…
 
On today's episode we’re heading into the murky waters of online manipulation campaigns, and particularly how they’re used to try and influence political elections. To do that, we welcome back Theresa Payton, the first female CIO of the White House and author of 'Manipulated: Inside the Cyberwar to Hijack Elections and Distort the Truth'. We also w…
 
On today's episode, Hazel and Noureen are joined by Leticia Gammill, Cisco’s Channel leader for Canada and Latin America, and Matt Watchinski, Vice President of Cisco Talos. Together, we share our first hand experiences and stories on the impact of diversity in cybersecurity. There are some brilliant insights here about where companies can find div…
 
In the first of four special episodes being released during the month of October, today's episode is all about cybersecurity careers. Hazel, Ben and Noureen are joined by guests Mitch Neff and Corien Vermaak, for a discussion on how we all got our starts in the cybersecurity industry. As it turns out, none of us took a conventional path! We also ta…
 
Jon doesn’t have any children. So he found someone who does — Beers with Talos’ own Craig Williams — to talk about remote learning. Children are back to school, and many of them are doing so online. Craig and Jon talk about DNS filters, parental controls, meeting passwords and more that are sure to help parents and teachers adjust to this new norma…
 
Warning: If you're bothered by gore and dismemberment in your horror, this movie ain't for you. But, if you want to watch the film (before or after listening to my coverage) you can find it "uncut" in two places that I was able to locate: On YouTube (when I posted this) and Streaming on Amazon Prime In this episode, I'm taking a look at perhaps the…
 
On today’s show we take several of the larger security myths that are often heard around things like patching vulnerabilities - specifically the notion that more patches indicate less secure software. We also talk about other “common knowledge”-esque bits of advice we’ve all often come across. We could do a whole episode on silver bullets that (spo…
 
Snort researcher and rule-writer Nick Mavis takes time out of his busy schedule to join us again this week. Nick recently published a research paper on the bevy of detection he wrote for Cobalt Strike, a tool attackers are increasingly using. Nick talks about his process of working on the paper, why Cobalt Strike has become so popular and what he l…
 
Today's Full Stack Journey podcast explores AWS Controllers for Kubernetes (ACK). Currently available as a developer preview, the ACK project lets customers manage their AWS services directly from Kubernetes. Our guide to ACK is Justin Garrison, a container advocate at AWS and author. The post Full Stack Journey 046: Understanding AWS Controllers F…
 
Today we chat to Chris Leach, senior CISO Advisor at Cisco. From his background as an accountant (which he hated!) to venturing into cybersecurity ("I had to learn to speak in bits and bytes, after only speaking in 1s and 0s"), he has a fascinating story to share. Chris also has some brilliant insights into how to be a great leader and role model f…
 
Disinformation is front and center right now. As disinformation efforts constantly increase, platforms struggle to contain the problem without giving the appearance of censuring or controlling all information present. A Talos research team recently published some findings on the building blocks of disinformation campaigns (available via link below)…
 
This week's episode features a conversation with Master Taino. Master Taíno has been active in the Leather community for more the last three decades. He has a Leather Family of 13 members. He has been the owner of slave paul since 2010. He founded MTTA, Inc., a non-profit organization that runs MTTA Academy as well as the annual Master/slave Confer…
 
This week’s episode is actually an excerpt from our recently released roundtable on disinformation and American election security. This is a small part of our larger discussion on fake news, state-sponsored actors using fake social media accounts, and what can be done to combat the spread of disinformation. To see the whole thing, click here.…
 
We almost called this episode "Robocop 4: The future of security law enforcement", but we actually hope that movie happens so we didn't want to jinx it... But security law is our prime directive today, as on this episode we have an interview with Tanya Forsheit, partner at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz and co-chair of the firm's privacy & data secu…
 
The podcast team welcomes newcomer guests Nic Conroy and Zack McIntosh to discuss their experiences with the CCIE Security certification and the recent changes in the latest version 6 of the exam. They review study strategies for the practical exam, effective virtualization options, and how to emotionally cope with the challenges that come with tak…
 
Recorded August 14, 2020 –Let’s talk about FUD - it’s not enough to just say FUD sucks. Let’s talk about exactly how and why producers of FUD are garbage nightmare monster people. We also cover how they are actually damaging themselves, not just the people and organizations that buy their hype. We have rather strong opinions on this, so we invited …
 
Talos intakes a ridiculous amount of information every day. So how do we parse what is and isn’t important enough to share? In this episode of Talos Takes, Amy Henderson from our Threat Intelligence and Interdiction team talks about our information-sharing partnerships with both private and public entities. How do we disseminate important informati…
 
Tonight's episode features a conversation with MsDDom and Cream Dream. MsDDom and CreamDream have lived in a power exchange dynamic since 2010. With lifestyle experiences, cultural, and age differences, their goal is a sustainable authority-based relationship. Active in the Atlanta BDSM and Leather communities, both serve through leadership, presen…
 
In a break from our usual format, today I wanted to bring you highlights of some of my favorite interviews with security leaders so far. There's a definite theme to the clips I've chosen - it's all about what we can do to help each other. There are ideas here about some of the things that we can do to make sure the cybersecurity industry becomes mo…
 
On this episode of Talos Takes, we talk all about attribution. Our guest, Martin Lee, recently co-authored a post on the hurdles government agencies and private researchers alike face when trying to place blame for a cyber attack. Martin talks about why we’re so obsessed with placing the blame, what false flags are and what helpful things can actua…
 
MonsterTalk Classic interviews return with a look at robots and automata of the ancient classical world. Adrienne Mayor joins us to talk about her book Gods and Robots (book) (audiobook) and how the ancient world envisioned in myth (and reality) early conceptions of automated servants and robotic devices. Mentioned in the episode: Talos Shabti Daed…
 
The Go programming language is popular among cloud developers. Today's Full Stack Journey podcast brings three guests to the show to talk about their journey learning Go, why it may be valuable to you, how to get started, and useful resources for those new to the language. The post Full Stack Journey 045: Learning To Program In Go appeared first on…
 
Recorded July 31, 2020 –This week in BWT land, we’re discussing hacktivism - from the unintended consequences to the tropes perpetuated by Hollywood. Regardless of the reason or cause, hacktivism often wields DDoS and web defacement as easily deployed tools. We discuss some instances where using code as a weapon without deeper understanding can hav…
 
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