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From the discussion with Richard: Amedisys, Richard's home healthcare employer S02E06: Our first time around with Richard S02E10: The mentioned episode with Oliver Day From the Rapid Rundown: The Record on the PyPI bug The original research from RyotaK Jen's Python jokeBy Jennifer Carson, Richard Kaufmann, Jen Ellis, Tod Beardsley
 
Philipp Amann is the Head of Strategy at European Cybercrime Center No More Ransom, an incredibly useful self-serve library of ransomware crackers, from Alpha to Ziggy Need some specific guidance on what to do if you suffer a ransomware attack? Check out NMR's publication! Also mentioned was Europol's annual Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessme…
 
Want to know more? Check out these links! The very best place to have a few beers while at Infosec Europe in person is, naturally, the Prince of Teck Follow up to the HSE attack in Ireland, from ZDNet's Danny Palmer Ireland's first CERT, co-founded by Brian Honan; they announced their intention for IRISSCON 2021 in November on Twitter Rob Wright, o…
 
https://go.chainalysis.com/2021-Crypto-Crime-Report.html Tod is not Satoshi. Nor is he HD Moore, nor is he Dustin Trammel. It's wild how many people Tod isn't. Cyberscoop's Tim Stark covers the Hydra dark net marketplace, mentioned by Kim. The Vice story on 2G-era crypto breakage and the research paper it covers. Detroit News on election audits in …
 
If you're interested in learning more about the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), head on over to https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/. You should also check out Jeff's regular podcast, Security & Compliance Weekly. If you're wondering how GitHub actually landed on their new acceptable use policy (AUP), check the diff, or rea…
 
Follow the Deception Lab on Twitter, and get up to speed on how to leverage the "digital, physical, and psychological" elements of the cyber battle space. As for the news, you can check out the original release from Google (now edited to include the four in-the-wild bugs), as well as read the referenced Ransomware Task Force Report.…
 
After the deep dive on ransomware payments and how to beat back this latest crime wave, we spend several minutes in the Rapid Rundown NOT talking about the Colonial Pipeline ransomware event. Instead, we jump into Google's renewed push for automatic enrollment in 2FA, I mean, 2SV. Hooray MFA! Links: Read the Ransomware Task Force Report (mentioned …
 
Marina and int eighty talk about how they came up with the idea for the Twitch livestream, what they’ve learned along the way, and future plans for the games. We also speak with int eighty about his “hacker rapper” gig, Dual Core Music. This episode's Rapid Rundown comes with a rare content warning: We're discussing the life, impact, and passing of…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, we speak with Beau Woods and Fotios Chantzis about their newly released book, "Practical IoT Hacking." Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod encourages listeners to patch their Apple iOS devices against the recently announced WebKit bug, and to not panic about PHP's compromised Git server.…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, we talk with Katie Ledoux about her unconventional journey into the cybersecurity industry—from her marketing agency days to her time at Rapid7, to her current role as Head of Information Security at Starburst Data. Katie talks about imposter syndrome, what it was like to "start over" in her career, the imp…
 
In this week's episode of Security Nation, we interview Adrien Ogee, COO of the CyberPeace Institute. He discusses what it was like to launch and staff a brand-new nonprofit during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how his team worked to get the cybersecurity industry to trust them and get involved. Adrien also talks about the CyberPeace Institute's recen…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, Ryan Weeks joined the podcast to discuss deploying thousands of assets into a hostile environment: the home offices of workers everywhere as they were forced remote amidst the pandemic. He’ll discuss how he balances privacy expectations with necessary regulations of workers’ computers and phones as they go …
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, Steve Ragan joined the podcast to discuss his unlikely journey from reluctant security expert to journalist. For Steve, having the tech knowledge is important, but so is crafting a good story. We take deep dives on topics like where the industry was in the ‘90s plus the unique way he approaches Akamai’s “Th…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, Kathryn Kun of Akamai kicks off our series on nontraditional paths into cybersecurity with her story of how she went from a career in automotive engineering to cybersecurity. Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod talks about a backdoor built into ZyXELand even shares a little ditty he found on YouTu…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, Rick Holland joined the podcast to discuss how his past informs his present, particularly when it comes to sourcing and hiring the best talent. Rick elaborates on how a lack of direct reports—for several years across multiple companies—led to a bit of imposter syndrome when he became CISO at Digital Shadows…
 
In our most recent episode of Security Nation, we spoke with Maria Barsallo Lynch, Executive Director of the Defending Digital Democracy Project (D3P) at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School, about her work informing election officials of the rise of misinformation and disinformation campaigns center…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, we are joined by a rising star in Stanford University’s junior class: Jack Cable. We discuss everything from hacking the Pentagon in high school to ensuring progress in election security beyond just voting machines today. Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod ditches his talk about the FBI's disinfo…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, we are joined by Christian Wentz, CEO, CTO, founder of Gradient, and multiple Ph.D holder. From an electrical-engineering-applied-to-neuroscience background to a privacy and data protector present, we discuss what it’s like to thread the needle between internet profitability and end-user privacy. There’s te…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, Dave Kennedy, founder of the cybersecurity firms TrustedSec and Binary Defense, stopped by to discuss how he’s staying busy while working from home during the pandemic. Wrangling dogs and keeping his skills sharp on Red Team engagements are a major part of the story. Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, wher…
 
On this week’s episode of Security Nation, Joe FitzPatrick, a lead researcher at securinghardware.com, discusses what it takes to run a successful hardware training session virtually—from organizing equipment logistics to audience engagement, and more.By Bri Hand, Jen Ellis, Tod Beardsley, Joe FitzPatrick
 
Biohacking Village Executive Director Nina Alli joins the Rapid7 team this week to discuss the intersection of tech and medicine on our latest episode of Security Nation. Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod discusses the two vulnerabilities that plagued infosec professionals over the holiday weekend.…
 
This week’s episode of Security Nation features Art Manion, Vulnerability Analysis Technical Manager at CERT Coordination Center. Join us as we discuss common API, network topologies, and the quickly evolving world of vulnerability reporting. Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod talks through the recent bug in the Samsung Quram image proce…
 
Katie Moussouris, CEO and Founder of Luta Security, joins us on this week’s episode of Security Nation to discuss vulnerability disclosure, bug bounties, and building systems that support sustainable security. Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod talks through the recent bug in the Samsung Quram image processor.…
 
On this week’s episode of Security Nation, Josh Corman and Audra Hatch of I Am The Cavalry share insights into the software bill of materials (SBoM) and software transparency. Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod breaks down the latest iPhone bug that wasn’t and Sophos bug that was.By Bri Hand, Audra Hatch, Josh Corman, Jen Ellis, Tod Beardsley
 
On our latest episode of Security Nation, we caught up with Casey Ellis, founder and CTO at Bugcrowd. Joining us during the 2020 RSA Conference, he takes the time to discuss normalizing vulnerability disclosure, the safe harbor debate, and the legal implications of crowdsourced security testing.Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod breaks d…
 
In this week’s episode of Security Nation, we had the pleasure of speaking with Stephanie Helm, director of the MassCyberCenter. In this interview, we discuss how she went from working in the Navy to becoming the director of this new initiative in Massachusetts and how her team is helping municipalities develop incident response plans and getting b…
 
On this week’s episode of Security Nation, we spoke with John Strand, CEO of Black Hills Information Security, about how his team works remote, how they created a virtual event in just three days amid the COVID-19 pandemic and now teach others to do the same, and his predictions on the future of events. Stick around for our Rapid Rundown, where Tod…
 
In a recent episode of Rapid7’s podcast, Security Nation, we talked with Jonathan Cran, Head of Research at Kenna Security, about his side project, Intrigue, and how security professionals are spending their time while on coronavirus lockdown. And, in our Rapid Rundown news segment, Tod and Jen discuss electronic surveillance and contact tracing in…
 
In our latest episode of Security Nation, we talk to Tod Beebe, the Information Security Officer for an oil and gas company in Texas. Todd breaks down how he leveraged the MITRE ATT&CK framework to build an automated threat simulation system that enabled his organization to conduct daily threat simulation to validate their detective and preventive …
 
In honor of the 10-year anniversary of Rapid7’s acquisition of Metasploit, our latest episode of Security Nation features an interview with its founder, HD Moore. In it, HD gives his opinion on Metasploit’s current state and breaks down his latest project, Rumble, which makes it easy to discover what types of devices are on your network.…
 
In this episode of Security Nation, we chat with Oliver Day about his experience embedding security into the engineering team at a medium-sized publisher. Oliver discusses the importance of understanding other people’s roles and what matters to them, and how that helps drive security efforts. Also, join Tod for the Rapid Rundown, where he digs into…
 
In this episode of Security Nation, we sit down with Mark Geeslin, senior director of product security at Asurion, to talk about his success in building the organization’s Security Mavens program to create a culture of security. Learn about the program, how his unique approach to bringing on members has kept momentum going, and why he thinks gettin…
 
In this episode of Security Nation, we speak with Rob Graham, founder of Errata Security Consultancy, well-known security blogger, and soon-to-be book author. In it, he talks about the process of creating (and naming!) BlackICE, and his new efforts to write a book “out of spite” to right the security wrongs he is seeing in the industry. Rob also sh…
 
Security Nation returns this week with a new episode that's all about collaboration. We are joined by Katie Trimble of the Department of Homeland Security and Chris Coffin of MITRE for a discussion about their contribution to the CVE Project. The two talk how they got their start in their respective organizations, why the CVE Project is so importan…
 
In this episode of Security Nation, Richard Kaufmann discusses what it took to drive digital transformation and improve security approches at Amedisys, a home health, hospice, and personal care provider. He dives into what inspired him to join Amedisys and help further their mission, why security works best when it's not seen, tactics he's learned …
 
In this episode of Security Nation, we chat with Wendy Nather, head of advisory CISO services at Duo Security, about her work bringing awareness around the unspoken issue of the Security Poverty Line (aka, how difficult it is for organizations to build effective security programs when they lack the resources to make it happen). Wendy talks about ho…
 
In this episode, Beau Woods of I Am the Calvary, the Atlantic Council, and Stratigos Security and Meg King of the Wilson Center discuss their mission to improve collaboration between policymakers and the security community and better educate congressional staff on industry issues. Central to this mission is immersing congressional staff in the tech…
 
In this podcast, David Rogers breaks down his journey into the world of security, and how his IoT security standards got him recognized by the Queen of England. Tod and Jen also zoom through the recent Zoom vulnerability disclosure, and discuss what to look forward to in Las Vegas during Hacker Summer Camp.…
 
In this episode of Security Nation, we sit down with Zate Berg, senior manager of security at Indeed.com, to discuss how he and his team avoided becoming a bottleneck in their software engineering team’s high-velocity process by integrating in automated application security. Zate shares his successes, challenges, and learnings for building a scalab…
 
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