For this Cyberwire-X episode, we are talking about the failure of perimeter defense as an architecture where, since the 1990s when it was invented, the plan was to keep everything out. That model never really worked that well since we had to poke holes in the perimeter to allow employees, contractors, and partners to do legitimate business with us. Those same holes could be exploited by the bad guys, too. The question is, what are we doing instead? What is the security architecture, the strategy, and the tactics that we are all using today that is more secure than perimeter defense? In the first part of the show, Rick Howard, the CyberWire’s CSO, Chief Analyst, and Senior Fellow, talks with Jerry Archer, the Sallie Mae CSO and CyberWire Hash Table member, and, in the second half of the show, the CyberWire's podcast host Dave Bittner talks with Mike Ernst, episode sponsor ExtraHop’s Vice President of Sales Engineering, to discuss Software Defined Perimeter and intrusion kill chain prevention strategy.
The current state of zero trust. Host: Rick Howard (CyberWire) and guests: Amanda Fennell (Relativity) and Galeal Zino (NetFoundry).
Security executives need visibility into their real cyber risk in real time. But with the flood of vulnerability alerts, how can organizations pinpoint impactful security gaps? To meet this challenge, security teams are shifting to an exploit-centric approach to security validation to expose potential threats from ransomware, leaked credentials, phishing, & more. On this episode of CyberWire-X, we explore how automation can help teams make this shift to prioritize remediation based on bottom line business impact. Rick Howard, the CyberWire's CSO, Chief Analyst and Senior Fellow, discusses the topic with Rick Doten, CISO, Carolina Complete Health and CyberWire Hash Table member, while Dave Bittner, CyberWire podcast host, engages with Sponsor Pentera's Jay Mar-Tang, Sales Engineering Manager for the Americas, about automated security validation.
On this episode of CyberWire-X, host Rick Howard, the CyberWire's CSO, Chief Analyst and Senior Fellow, explores how to secure your software development lifecycle, how to use a maturity model like BSIM, where do containers fit in that process, and the Sysdig 2022 Cloud-Native Security and Usage report. Joining Rick on this episode are Tom Quinn, CISO at T. Rowe Price and CyberWire Hash Table member, and from episode sponsor Sysdig is their Director of Thought Leadership, Anna Belak, to discuss their experiences and real world data, as well as practical approaches to managing cloud risk.
In this CyberWire-X episode, host Rick Howard, the CyberWire's CSO, Chief Analyst and Senior Fellow, explores the state of XDR. Joining Rick on this episode are Ted Wagner, SAP National Security Services CISO and CyberWire Hash Table member, and from episode sponsor Trellix are Bryan Palma, the Trellix Chief Executive Officer, and John Fokker, the Trellix Head of Cyber Investigations. Listen as Rick and guests discuss XDR, SASE, SIEM, and SOAR.