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Secure Identity and Access Management

Robb Reck, CISO at Ping Identity, discusses where he sees identity and access management heading in the future, his take on threat intelligence, and more.

Recent Podcasts
Episode 759
1.15.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that a bug hunter has found and responsibly disclosed issues in web hosts. Compromising Passenger Name Records in airline reservations.

Episode 758
1.14.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that Huawei has fired the sales manager arrested for espionage in Poland, and says that if he was spying, he was freelancing.

Episode 757
1.11.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that FireEye has called out Iran “with moderate confidence” for a long-running DNS-hijacking campaign. Smart doorbells may...

Trained humans are your strongest link.
1.10.19

Dave warns of scammers gaining access to homes by pretending to be workers from the local utility company. Joe shares a story of a sophisticated bank transfer...

Episode 756
1.10.19

In today’s podcast, we hear that Proofpoint researchers are tracking the latest developments from the unusually diligent cyber criminals fo TA505. ISIS...

Episode 755

In today’s podcast, we hear that ICEPick-3PC is out in the wild and scooping up Android IP addresses. Shin Bet warns of influence operations threatening...

Episode 754

In today’s podcast, an arrest has been made in #hackerangriff: a student in the German state of Hessen. The US begins a campaign to heighten businesses’...

Episode 753

In today’s podcast, we hear that investigation into the doxing campaign German political leaders suffered continues, and the Interior Minister promises...

Putting Artificial Intelligence to Work

Tom Davenport, world-renowned thought leader and author, discusses artificial intelligence and more with Recorded Future's chief data scientist, Bill...

NOKKI, Reaper and Dogcall target Russians and Cambodians.

Researchers from Unit 42 at Palo Alto Networks have discovered an interesting relationship between the NOKKI and DOGCALL malware families, as well as a...

Episode 752

In today’s podcast, we hear that German politicians, celebrities, and journalists have been doxed by parties unknown. ESET describes the workings of Lojax...

At some point you're probably going to have to do some running.

Joe describes a reply-all scenario gone wrong. Dave explains the criminal use of steganography in memes as a command and control technique. Our catch-of-the-day...