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How to manage cyber security risks and regulations without losing your sanity . Discussing that magical intersection between IT security and financial services regulations. No jargon, no scare stories. Just Plain English news and advice.
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Where art, design and crystallography converge. ATOMIC radio brings you stories from the long relationship between the arts and the science of X-ray crystallography. X-ray crystallography, which is 100 years old this year, is a science that reveals the invisible, the tiny atomic structures of molecules and crystals – and it has been quietly influencing art and design for decades. Each episode spotlights a different piece of art or design prompted by the science of atoms, featuring interviews ...
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Every Tuesday, NeedleStack co-hosts interview professional open-source researchers who discuss tips, tricks and insights into the practice of digital investigative research. Whether you’re an open-source expert or aficionado, tune in to learn how to hone your skills, improve your craft and protect yourself as you search the surface, deep and dark web. From Authentic8, creators of Silo for Research. Visit authentic8.com/needlestack to learn more!
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How can I get in? Steve Stasiukonis knows the power OSINT brings to this crucial pen testing question. From uncovering who to pose as, what to wear and how to forge a badge, OSINT can be the key you need to unlock a client's physical security. Steve also discusses the gold mine OSINT brings to cyber pen tests and what CTI pros need to know before g…
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We go behind the scenes with Jon DiMaggio of Ransomware Diaries. As the chief security strategist at Analyst 1, Jon has conducted in-depth investigations of ransomware groups, including the famed Lockbit gang. He tells us the open-source tactics he uses and how cyber threats can take a mental toll.By Authentic8
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Bullsh*t Hunting creators Justin Seitz and Some Lawyer share their tips on how OSINT and legal investigation tactics can benefit one another. They talk about their series “The Hunt” as it examines suspicious legal proceedings and possible wrongful convictions. Plus we dive deep into public records requests with tips of how to get the information yo…
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Cybersecurity is rife with technological solutions, but as security researcher John Hammond knows all too well, it’s people that make the difference. Hear how people make or break security intel, both as researchers and threat actors. We’ll talk sock puppets, the role of OSINT for your own OPSEC and intelligence building, cybergang leaders as busin…
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This week: In the last episode of the show in 2023, I find a way to connect internal auditors, pigs, and Ronseal. Links to all articles mentioned this week are available at https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20231217/. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of Code in Motion. Code in Motion h…
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This week: A few stories to bring cyber security a little closer to home: 3 – Cyber security concerns at the world’s largest store of plutonium. 2 – Cyber security attacks on our water supply. 1 – One cyber attack that impacted at least 80 law firms, and delayed house purchases. Glass Half Full: To put a positive spin on all of these stories: If th…
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This week: 3 – Backups are important even when you use the cloud. 2 – You need to check all of your doorways. 1 – Why the pain of DORA will be worth it. Links to all articles can be accessed from https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20231203/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of Code in Mo…
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This week: As many of you may currently be finalising your income generation strategies for 2024, here’s the Top 3 from the world of cyber crime: A new entry at #3: Using the regulators. Back at #2: Using cyber attacks. But still at #1, for the 1197th week in a row: Using your staff! Links to this week's articles are accessible from https://codeinm…
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This week: What the world of cyber security can tell us about the Individual Accountability Framework (IAF), and why CISO may stand for ‘Career is Sadly Over’. PLUS Why your execs are special! Links to this week's articles are accessible from https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20231117/. ---------------------------------------------------------------…
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This week: A ransomware attack on China’s biggest bank; Don’t just worry about your regulators. Worry about your insurers; And if you are going on a BOOKING.COM holiday, watch out for the phish. Links to this week's articles are accessible from https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20231110/. -------------------------------------------------------------…
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This week: Why do they rob IT providers / SaaS services / legal firms? Because that’s where the data / money / reputations are. Links to all articles are provided at https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20231020/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of Code in Motion. Code in Motion helps org…
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This week: Insider threat is becoming a bigger threat; don’t forget your website, and what Noodles the Pooch can teach us about cyber security training. Links to all articles are available from https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20231013/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of Code in Moti…
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Jessica Smith, president and founder of ClickSafe intelligence and special investigations lead with the National Child Protection Task Force, joins the podcast to dispel misconceptions about child protection. From who is being targeted to where and how, Jessica Smith shares how misinformation about child exploitation can derail investigations, and …
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This week: The 10 signs that your IT partner is just not into you, why your insurance policy may increase the likelihood of a cyber attack, and new Microsoft Teams but same old security risks. Links to all articles are available from https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20231006/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi…
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This week: CISA launches ‘Secure Our World’, a UK logistics firm closes with 730 job losses after suffering a ransomware attack, and why a recently-discovered flaw with Apple devices is actually a good news story. For links to all articles mentioned this week, go to https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230929/. ---------------------------------------…
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As analysts assess how AI could improve their workflow, Babel Street is presenting technology that can help border agents better name-match terrorist watchlist to travelers. Declan Trezise, vice president of global solutions engineering, joins the show to discuss how AI can create more seamless borders for agents and innocent travelers.…
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This week: Microsoft stops charging extra for seatbelts; Your User account is still an attacker’s BFF; and many UK business leaders talk about the importance of cyber security but do not prioritise it. For links to all articles mentioned this week, go to https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230724/. ---------------------------------------------------…
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We’re handing the mic over to our friends at Talking Threat Intelligence, a podcast by LifeRaft today. On the show, they had our very own Daniel Ben-Chitrit on to discuss the security implications of ChatGPT, how it could be used by phishing scammers to up their skills and the safest way for OSINT researchers to prompt AI.…
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This week: I am joined by guest, Pádraig Mac Donnchadha, as we discuss the mesmerising effect of a real-time cyber attack map, a vulnerability in a popular WordPress plugin, ChatGPT and tin foil as effective security measures. For links to all articles mentioned this week, go to https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230707/. --------------------------…
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This week: Deepfakes are going mainstream, UK law firms have been warned about an increase in cyber attacks, and Irish SMEs need to close their front doors. For links to all articles mentioned this week, go to https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230630/. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founde…
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This week: Australia’s largest law partnership is attacked, Capita faces a legal battle, and UK banks want social media platforms to pay for online fraud. PLUS An interview with Carina Myles of Eisner Amper on how firms should approach DORA compliance. For links to all articles mentioned this week, go to https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230623/ -…
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This week: A look at the 2023 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report: 95% of attackers are financially-motivated. Ransomware is one of their favourites, and email continues to be the most common way in. You can download the VBIR report at https://www.verizon.com/business/resources/reports/dbir/ ----------------------------------------------------…
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We sit down with the author of the new OSINT reference book Deep Dive: Exploring the Real-world Value of Open Source Intelligence, Rae Baker. Baker is an expert in OSINT with an emphasis on maritime intelligence, analyzing vessels and ports around the world. In this episode, she shares tips from her book, blog and career, and we explore her one-of-…
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This week: It's a big week in cyber security world, as the 2023 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report has just been published. I’ll talk about its key findings next week (but here’s a sneak peak – “74% of breaches involve the human element”). In the meantime, news about a cyber attack in Mazars in Brazil, how 0.1% of emails may be the cause of …
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This week: It’s a bank holiday weekend here in Ireland, and for some strange reason, the sun is also out. So, I was planning to keep this week’s Cyber 3-2-1 light-hearted. But now that I look at the stories I’ve picked – insider threats; 16,000 victims of cyber fraud; and warnings about our children becoming money mules – I’m not so sure. Anyway, I…
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We attended USGIF’s GEOINT Symposium so you don’t have to (but you should – it’s great). NeedleStack producers Aubrey and Shannon break down the geospatial intelligence conference (and its many, many acronyms) and the presence of OSINT on the floor, in keynotes and the Innovation Hub. If you’re an open-source researcher, tune in to understand what’…
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This week: Ransomware encryption is so 2022, Microsoft 365 login pages are destined for Greatness, and we need to be politely paranoid. For links to any of the articles that I mention this week, go to https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230526/. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of Code…
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This week: Irish doctors are terrified about ransomware, Australian firms are under attack, and the Swedish regulator issues a €75 million sanction. For links to all articles mentioned this week, go to https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230519/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of Code…
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This week: Phishing remains the biggest threat to businesses, the board is having the wrong conversations about cybersecurity, and navigating the content of the DORA regulation just got easier. Links to all articles mentioned this week, go to https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230512/ ----------------------------------------------------------------…
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This week: AI could mean bye-bye to your account security, the future of passwords is passkeys, and what the Central Bank of Ireland has to say about DORA. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of Code in Motion. Code in Motion helps organisations demonstrate that they have taken reasonabl…
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This week: I interview Jason Scanlon to discuss the psychological impact of a cyber attack. Also in the news this week, there’s no silver lining for Google’s Cloud Services, your new car may be a risk to your privacy, and medical devices need cyber security (Ain’t that a surprise!). ------------------------------------------------------------------…
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This week: Some terrible news for many vulnerable people. An attack on a HR provider results in a system outage. And phishing is still the most common way for a ransomware attacker to gain access to European organisations. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of Code in Motion. Code in Mo…
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This week: $300k for not keeping software up-to-date, and the need to consider the human element in our security strategy. We ain’t clueless – We’re just overwhelmed. Links to all articles are available at https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230414/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, I'm Sam Glynn, founder of …
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This week: Western Digital suffers a cyber attack that takes many of its cloud services offline, a patient’s nude photos are published by cyber attackers, and even CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan is now talking about cyber security. Links to all articles are available at https://codeinmotion.ie/cyber321-20230407/ --------------------------------------------…
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