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Being Courageous, Curious, and Thoughtful in Cybersecurity

Cyber analyst Tracy Maleeff joins our show to share her unusual cybersecurity journey and discuss the importance of diversity in the workplace.

Recent Podcasts
Episode 868
6.21.19

Tensions between the US and Iran over tanker attacks, nuclear ambitions, and the downing of a Global Hawk drone seem to be finding expression in cyberspace:...

Episode 867
6.20.19

Call it Waterbug or call it Turla, the Russian cyber operation has been hijacking Iran’s OilRIg cyber espionage infrastructure. Other cyber campaigns also...

Episode 866
6.19.19

More advice to patch BlueKeep, already. Facebook announces its planned launch of a cryptocurrency, Libra, to the accompaniment of considerable acclaim...

Episode 865
6.18.19

Investigation into Argentina’s power failure continues, with preliminary indications suggesting “operational and design errors were responsible for the...

Episode 864
6.17.19

The New York Times reports that the US has staged malware in Russia’s power grid, presumably as deterrence against Russian cyberattacks against the US.

Making the Most of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Ken Durbin and Allan Liska walk us through the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and help us understand how to make the most of it within our own organizations.

Apps on third-party Android store carry unwelcome code.

Researchers at Zscaler have been tracking look-alike apps in third-party Android app stores that carry malicious code. Deepen Desai is VP of security research...

Episode 863
6.14.19

Xenotime is detected snooping around the North American power grid. Hacking groups exploit the Return of the Wizard vulnerability in Exim servers. Hearings...

Episode 862
6.13.19

Telegram recovers from a distributed denial-of-service attack. No attribution yet, but all the circumstantial evidence points to the Chinese security services.

Just because I trusted you yesterday doesn't mean I trust you today.
6.12.19

Dave describes researchers spotting scammers on dating sites using AI. Joe shares a phishing scheme that asks users to manage undelivered mail. The catch...

Episode 861
6.12.19

TA505 and Fin8 are both up to their old ways, with some new tricks in their criminal bag. A reminder about social engineering and Google Calendar. A new...

Episode 860
6.11.19

Russia says shrapnel from America’s war on that nice company Huawei is “destroying the world.” Russia also tells Tinder to fork over user pictures and...