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Derrick Pendleton of Legg Mason shares his views on threat intelligence and incident response as well as advice on how to get started in security.

Recent Podcasts
Episode 721
11.8.18

In today’s podcast, we hear that, while election hacking seems not have happened in the US this week, that hasn’t stopped the IRA and its mouthpieces in...

Episode 720
11.7.18

In today’s podcast we take a quick look back at the US midterm elections, and at what did and didn’t happen. Is Iran looking at waging cyber-enabled economic...

Episode 719
11.6.18

In today's podcast, we hear that Iran has accused Israel of a second Stuxnet, claiming the attack was thwarted, and threatening retaliation. Nor is Tehran...

Episode 718
11.5.18

In today's podcast, we note that US midterm elections end tomorrow evening, with officials on high alert for election hacking. Russia sends poll watcher...

Thwarting Organized Crime and Protecting Major Telecoms

Dale Drew, CSO at Zayo Group, shares his views on threat intelligence and why he’s leading an effort to champion open source tools in the industry.

Election protection — Research Saturday

Symantec technical director Vikram Thakur returns to share his team's look at threat groups APT 28 and APT 29, the influence they had on the 2016 election,...

Episode 717
11.2.18

In today's podcast, we hear that people are asking if that lull in Chinese cyber operations was just a strategic pause. Huawei's on a charm offensive.

Episode 716
11.1.18

In today's podcast, we hear that Bleeding Bit flaws leave Wi-Fi access points open to war drivers and other malefactors within a hundred meters of your...

Scams are fraud and fraud is crime.
11.1.18

We get listener followup on the church pastor scam. Dave explores a phony investment web site. Joe explains phishing, spear phishing and whaling. Fake...

Episode 715
10.31.18

In today's podcast, we hear about influence operations in social media (again): Americans remain more vulnerable (because they lack a cultural experience...

Episode 714
10.30.18

In today's podcast, we hear that installing cybersecurity tools to protect elections is tougher than it looks. Information operations continue to pose...

Episode 713
10.29.18

Facebook takes down accounts linked to Iran for coordinated inauthenticity. Iranian information operations appear to be learning from the Russian approach:...