Day In The Life Of A Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst | A Conversation With Remi Cohen, Charity Wright, And Jason Passwaters
If you wish to learn about The Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Analyst role, you should join us on this podcast. CTI is a fascinating profession that requires knowledge of technology, psychology, and methodology—and a lot of curiosity.Learn more about this role, how to become one—if you wish—and what's involved to succeed.A big part of the role of cyber threat intelligence analyst is to know the adversary well enough to look ahead and try to predict what actions they might take; this includes knowing the threat actors' history and their habits and tendencies are. Depending on the type of organization you are working with and the sector in which they operate, you're going to have different threat profiles to deal with.To make the challenges even more interesting, as with most things connected to technology, very little stays the same for long; our society is not static, and our cyber society, even less.Of course, with that, threats, their actors, and the technology they use for nefarious intents mutate and evolve rapidly. The only way to have a winning chance is to do just the same. Think like the adversary and try to be, always, a few steps ahead.While the methodology hasn't really changed much—we are dealing with humans after all—early on, the CTI had very few professional tools available for threat analysis. That has changed significantly. Now we have some fantastic technology—including machine learning and artificial intelligence—all of which help analysts do a much better job.The problem is that the kind of threats nowadays are not only evolving but also presenting themselves in entirely new shapes, and CTI analysts are now forced to deal with things they've never covered before; for example, disinformation campaigns and influence operations.The Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst is a fascinating and exciting profession that requires knowledge of technology, psychology, and methodology—and a lot of curiosity and problem-solving attitude to go with it.Take a listen to this episode to take a deeper dive with us to learn more about this role, how to become one—if you wish—and what's involved to succeed.Guest(s)Remi Cohen, Senior Threat Intelligence Engineer, F5 (@S0meGirlR3m on Twitter)Charity Wright, Expert Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst, Insikt Group, Recorded Future (@CharityW4CTI on Twitter)Jason Passwaters, Co-founder / COO, Intel 471 (@jase_passwaters on Twitter)This Episode’s Sponsors:Bugcrowd: https://itspm.ag/itspbgcwebDevo: https://itspm.ag/itspdvwebTo see and hear more The Academy content on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/the-academyAre you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?https://www.itspmagazine.com/podcast-series-sponsorships
Poetry Vineyard is a steep, southwest-facing, hillside vineyard that reaches from the highest elevation in the Stags Leap District down to the Silverado Trail. Made up of a combination of shallow, volcanic soils on top of fractured shale, this vineyard receives plenty of sunshine and is the source for the winery’s flagship Cabernet, Sauvignon, Poetry. The vineyards on the valley floor surrounding the tasting room and the winery are referred toas Twin Peaks Ranch. The soil is predominantly gravelly loam, and the vines are planted to red Bordeauxvarieties. This property forms the backbone of the Cliff Lede Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon.The state-of-the-art winery, designed by Howard Backen, combines time-tested techniques with innovative technology. It features a Pellenc optical sorting machine, which sorts grapes based upon quality settingsestablished by the winemaker. Following an additional hand-sort, a unique crane system gently gravity deliversthe berries to tanks for fermentation, allowing for minimal processing of the fruit. In addition, Ledecommissioned American tank manufacturer Mueller to recreate distinctive truncated tanks similar to those at Château Latour, tapered to allow for a higher skin-to-juice ratio, resulting in greater complexity and a deeper concentration of flavors in the wine.
What Makes A City Smart? Tech Or People? | RSA Conference 2020 | With Remi Cohen And Lan Jenson
Thank you for joining us at the intersection of technology, cybersecurity, and society. In this episode, Sean and Marco are coming to you from the RSA Conference in San Francisco and are joined by Remi Cohen and Lan Jenson.If you are old enough or enjoy "vintage" cartoons, you may be familiar with The Jetsons—a 1960s/1980s TV show about a family living in a futuristic place called Orbit City. The architecture is Googie style, technology is absolutely everywhere, and all homes and businesses are high up in the sky supported by very tall columns. No need, in this conversation, to dig into the possible environmental or societal catastrophe that may have forced this solution. And, let's keep it as a joke about how that, in the year 2020, there is no such city; and why we are not living that life?There isn’t a single answer, as this is—just like with every other technological topic—both a global conversation that has the common thread of development and well-being of humanity…and a local conversation with as many different angles that are defined by the cultural diversities, various needs, and short/medium-term goals we may find in different parts of the globe.In this session, we spoke about surveillance, privacy, safety, IoT, resilient ecosystems, education, and the roles of individuals, communities, nonprofit groups, governments, businesses, and all decision-makers that must come together to drive this change. All of this in the interest of those that will ultimately either be damaged or could benefit from the present and future smart city transformation: the citizens.Because, ultimately, the value of a society is not measured by the amount and advancement of its technology, but rather how such technology improves communities, reduces social problems, and creates the most quality of life for all.Now that would be something I would consider smart.Guest(s)Remi Cohen | Lan JensonThis Episode’s Sponsors:ReversingLabs: itspm.ag/itsprvslwebDevo: https://itspm.ag/itspdvwebBlackCloak: https://itspm.ag/itspbcwebWeSecureApp: https://itspm.ag/wsapitspdirSecureStack: https://itspm.ag/scstitspdirTo see and hear more event coverage content on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-event-coverageFor more stories from RSA Conference 2020, be sure to visit https://www.itspmagazine.com/rsa-conference-usa-2020-rsac-san-francisco-coverageAre you interested in sponsoring our event coverage or another ITSPmagazine Channel?https://www.itspmagazine.com/podcast-series-sponsorships
On the road episode — Remi Cohen, COO of Cliff Lede Vineyards, is in charge of rock 'n' rolling good wines
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There are not a lot of things in the wine world that Remi Cohen hasn’t accomplished. She has toiled in the cellar and the vineyard, and run a entire winery. She has worked with some of the most well-known names in the industry. Today, as the chief operating officer of Cliff Lede Vineyards, she is now one of those industry icons. Her journey from UC Davis student to leading lady is inspirational. Drink in this special “On The Road” episode with Remi Cohen. Wines tasted in this episode: 2017 FEL Savoy Vineyard Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley 2016 Cliff Lede Vineyards “Soul Fire” Cabernet Sauvignon, Stags Leap District 2016 Cliff Lede Vineyards “Poetry” Cabernet Sauvignon, Stags Leap District This On The Road episode is hosted by Scott Greenberg and produced by Sarah Beth Hensley. Music for this episode is "Wishful Thinking" by Dan Lebowitz available in the YouTube Audio Library.
Remi Cohen is the Chief Operating Officer of Lede Family Wines, but also an accomplished dancer and music enthusiast. Discover why this New Yorker decided to go to college on the west coast. Learn how an opportunity to be a harvest intern led to a career in the wine industry. Find out how she spends her days; even though no two are alike. Learn how she likes to enjoy a day off in the Napa Valley and so much more.
Remi directs the winemaking process from vineyard to bottle and is responsible for top quality, small-lot winemaking expressive of appellation and vineyard site. In addition, she oversees the sale of all wines through the hospitality experience and the wine club programs direct to consumer, and throughout the domestic and international markets. Learn more about Remi with the show notes here.
As Vice President and General Manager at Cliff Lede Family Wines Remi Cohen oversees the grapegrowing and winemaking for the Cliff Lede wines in Napa and the FEL wines from Anderson Valley. In this episode Remi tells of her job in entomology that led to enrollment to study viticulture at UCDavis. From there she quickly rose through the vineyard ranks at Napa wineries and farming companies, such as Saintsbury and Bouchaine. With her technical background and MBA from Berkeley she was well suited to take on the operations of two wineries in two distinct parts of northern California. Our conversation covers lots of cool vineyard topics such as: The differences between organic and sustainable farming practices The ways that sustainable operations look at the bigger picture, including workshops available through the Napa Valley Grapegrowers Association and The Wine Institute The various challenges of farming vineyards on hillsides v. the valley floor. How important private tasting groups can be in developing winemaking knowledge The addition of Chardonnay and Pinot noir with FEL Wines (formerly Breggo) to Cliff Family Wines and the subsequent purchase of the famed Savoy Vineyard in Anderson Valley LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Cliff Lede Vineyards, Napa Valley FEL Wines, Anderson Valley, California Saintsbury, Napa Valley Bouchaine,Vineyards, Napa Valley Walsh Vineyard Management, Napa Valley Merryvale, Napa Valley Starmont Winery, Napa Valley Dirty Jobs and Mike Rowe visit Starmont Winery Napa Valley Grapegrowers The Wine Institute's Sustainable Winegrowing Savoy Vineyard, Anderson Valley Cliff Lede Vineyard's Platinum Playlist Deep Winemaking 2017 is scheduled for August 10-12th in Napa. Come spend three days immersed in technical visits with winemakers, viticulturists, barrel cooperages, and wine laboratories with other like-minded aspiring winemakers. Please email me with any questions or comments about winemaking or this podcast email@example.com The Inside Winemaking Podcast on iTunes And Stitcher Radio Too