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The Art and Science of SOAR

Cody Cornell of Swimlane discusses his career path from sailor to CEO, as well as his perspective on SOAR platforms and how organizations are using them.

Recent Podcasts
Episode 919
8.21.19

China says Twitter and Facebook are restricting its freedom of speech. The Silence criminal gang has expanded internationally. Google, Mozilla, and Apple...

Episode 918
8.20.19

Twitter and Facebook shut down Chinese information operations. A jailbreak for the latest version of iOS is out. Facebook may have known about the “view...

Episode 917
8.19.19

ISIS claims responsibility for Kabul massacre. Huawei gets another temporary reprieve. Local governments in Texas sustain ransomware attacks. Georgia hopes...

Episode 916
8.16.19

The European Central Bank shutters a service due to a hostile intrusion. Norman quietly mines Monero. MetaMorph passes through email security filters.

Swamping search results for reputation management
8.15.19

Dave shares the story of a small community hospital dealing with a ransomware attack. Joe reviews the different types of extortion emails. The catch of...

Episode 915
8.15.19

Huawei accused of aiding government surveillance programs in Zambia and Uganda. Cyber gangs are adapting to law enforcement, and they’ve turned to “big...

Episode 914
8.14.19

The Czech Senate wants action on what it describes as a foreign state’s cyberattack on the country’s Foreign Ministry. Microsoft warns against the wormable...

Episode 913
8.13.19

More on the UN Security Council’s report on North Korean state-sponsored cyber crime. PsiXBot evolves. BITTER APT probes Chinese government networks in...

Episode 912
8.12.19

A look back at Black Hat and Def Con, with notes on technology and public policy. Participants urge people to contribute their expertise to policymakers.

Pioneering Threat Intelligence Before It Had a Name

Larci Robertson, senior threat intelligence manager at Epsilon, joins us to share her strategies for protecting her organization and managing resources.

Unpacking the Malvertising Ecosystem

Researchers at Cisco's Talos Unit recently published research exploring the tactics, techniques and procedures of the global malvertising ecosystem. Craig...

Episode 911

Are voting machines too connected for comfort? Airliner firmware security is in dispute. Attribution, deterrence, and the problem of an adversary who doesn’t...