On this episode of Moscow Mules and NOP Slides, we have Richard Bejtlich. Richard's go to drinks are water, OJ, and milk (with a cookie or brownie). Topics include: hockey, all things martial arts (history, styles, Bruce Lee), doing analysis and writing in late 1990s, Security and the One Percent, writing books, and much more! Dave drinks on a Saison from Cellar Works Brewing. Kyle sips on an Overplayed from HitchHiker Brewing out of a Sensei Leonardo glass from Hops-N-Art. Thank you to Richard for being a guest and the great conversation! We hope you enjoy. Please don't forget to subscribe! Follow us on Twitter @Mules909090. Disclaimer: The views and expressions of the guests and hosts are their own and not of their employers.
Mr. Richard Bejtlich is a martial arts practitioner and student of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at Team Pedro Sauer I don't want them thinking that they need to cut my head off in order to prove how good they are. I need a different sort of culture. Mr. Richard Bejtlich - Episode 498 When you thought as a kid that your friend is a ninja, you would want to become one as well. Mr. Richard Bejtlich's fascination with martial arts did not materialize until he was a cadet in the Air Force Academy. He started boxing and then got into judo, karate, and the rest is history. Mr. Bejtlich is a distinguished I.T. guy and he holds a lot of white belts on different disciplines. Listen to this episode if you want to know more about Mr. Richard Bejtlich's journey and how he ended up with a lot of white belts. Show Notes In this episode, we mentioned former guest Stephan Kesting, legend Bruce Lee, and the book A Killing Art by Alex Gillis
Decipher Editor-in-Chief Dennis Fisher talks with Richard Bejtlich, a veteran security practitioner, consultant, and author, about his new role at Corelight, the evolution of network defense, and the difficulty of running complex incident response investigations.
We kick off season two by welcoming Richard Bejtlich onto the podcast. Richard spent the bulk of his career helping further the evolution of network security monitoring through stints at AFCERT, GE, and Mandiant. We talked about his career evolution, the future of computer network defense, the revolution of private intelligence, and how he almost became an astronaut.
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In our fifty-ninth episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, Jennifer Quinn-Barabanov, and Maury Shenk discuss: China’s acknowledgement that it has a cyberwar strategy; the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Criminal Rules’ vote to amend Rule 41; automakers facing cybersecurity class action lawsuits; the UK’s plan to regulate bitcoin; Target’s $10 million settlement; and China’s effort to exclude US technology companies from its market. In our second half we have an interview with Richard Bejtlich, Chief Security Strategist at FireEye, adviser to Threat Stack, Sqrrl, and Critical Stack, and fellow at Brookings Institution. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm.
Interview with Richard Bejtlich - Episode 327 - March 11, 2013
Paul's Security Weekly
Richard Bejtlich is Mandiant's Chief Security Officer. Prior to joining Mandiant, Mr. Bejtlich was the Director of Incident Response for General Electric, where he built and led the 40-member GE Computer Incident Response Team (GE-CIRT). He wrote The Tao of Network Security Monitoring, Extrusion Detection, and co-authored Real Digital Forensics. He currently writes for his blog TaoSecurity and teaches for Black Hat.
Show 053: Network Security Best Practices with Richard Bejtlich
The Silver Bullet Security Podcast with Gary McGraw
On the 53rd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Richard Bejtlich, Director of Incident Response for General Electric and Principal Technologist for GE’s Global Infrastructure Services division.